‘Bachelor’ alum Nick Viall marries Natalie Joy in ‘ethereal’ wedding in Georgia – Page Six

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Nick Viall is a bachelor no more.

The “Bachelor” alum, who starred on the reality dating show in 2017, tied the knot with Natalie Joy Saturday in a stunning wedding at her parents’ estate in Savannah, Ga.

Per People, the “ethereal, romantic” nuptials took place in front of 170 guests on a 300-acre farm, which has always been one of Joy’s dreams.

The couple tied the knot at Joy’s family estate in Savannah, Ga. Instagram/@remibader
They invited 170 family and friends. Instagram/@erikapriscilla

“I feel like the vibe of our ceremony is very ethereal, very romantic, with florals everywhere. Lots of white flowers and we’ve got a touch of light blue as little bit of color,” the bride told the outlet.

Nearly 200 of the couple’s closest family and friends, including influencer Remi Bader,Viall’s “Special Forces” co-star JoJo Siwa, Bachelor Nation stars Jared Haibon, Ashley Iaconetti and the recently single Victoria Fuller, were in attendance.

The newlyweds’ 2-month-old daughter, River Rose, was also present for the nuptials.

Their 2-month-old daughter, River Rose, was present at their nuptials. Instagram/@remibader
Ahead of their special day, Viall and Joy hosted a welcoming party for their guests. Sarah Partain/@sarah_partain

Ahead of their outdoor wedding, Viall, 43, and Joy, 25, hosted a “country chic”-themed welcoming party at the picturesque estate on Friday.

In a video they shared of the celebration via Instagram, their guests could be seen enjoying drinks and even riding a mechanical bull.

Leaning into the countryside atmosphere of the event, the bride and groom both paired cowboy boots with their outfits. Joy wore a silk and lace dress, while Viall sported a suit, cowboy hat and a bolo tie.

They also shared some dreamy PDA snaps of themselves walking through a pen filled with white horses.

Viall previously told People he and Joy wanted to ensure their guests had fun during their wedding weekend.

The country-themed celebration featured a mechanical bull. Sarah Partain/@sarah_partain
Viall previously stated it was important for their wedding guests to have fun. Sarah Partain/@sarah_partain

“People are going to take the time to make the trip down, and we just want to spend as much time with our guests as possible,” he explained last November.

“One thing we learned from being at other weddings is that first day of being at the welcome party puts less pressure on the couples getting married because they get to socialize the day before the ceremony.”

Viall also gave his then-fiancée most of the credit for planning their special day.

“I’m looking forward to seeing Natalie’s vision,” he gushed at the time. “I’ve been involved in the process, but Natalie’s been going down to Savannah and being a little bit more hands-on than I have.”

More must-see Bachelor Nation coverage:

Viall and Joy confirmed their romance in January 2021. Sarah Partain/@sarah_partain
They got engaged two years later. Sarah Partain/@sarah_partain
Their first child was born in February of this year. Sarah Partain/@sarah_partain

Viall and Joy went Instagram-official in January 2021, confirming rumors that they were an item.

The “Viall Files” podcaster then asked the surgical technologist for her hand in marriage in January 2023.

He had been engaged before to Vanessa Grimaldi, whom he met on Season 21 of “The Bachelor.” The reality stars split, however, just five months after he popped the question on TV in 2017.

Viall and Joy, for their part, have already started to form a family. They announced they were expecting their first child last August, and welcomed River Rose in February.

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