Will Ben Higgins Invite JoJo To His Wedding? These 'Bachelor' Pairs May Help Him Decide

Though the season finale of The Bachelor was three hours long, fans of the show are still left with several burning questions. If you tuned in at all, you bore witness to a rollercoaster of emotions, including sadness over JoJo's departure, joy over Ben proposing to Lauren, utter happiness over JoJo being chosen as The Bachelorette, and sheer confusion by how much camera time Pastor Denny Wilkins was given. With all of the tumult, it was hard to tell exactly how JoJo felt about sharing a couch with Ben and Lauren on After The Rose, or vice versa, and now I'm wondering if Ben will invite JoJo to his and Lauren's wedding.

Being on The Bachelor already makes JoJo and Ben a pretty unique pair of exes. It's already a strange situation, since Ben broke up with one woman and then asked the other women that he was seeing to marry him on the same day. So really, anything is possible. Though Ben and Lauren haven't yet announced who will attend their wedding or if they invited actually JoJo — who called Ben her "best friend" multiple times throughout the show — past Bachelor weddings prove that there is a chance she could be there when they tie the knot. Here are some Bachelor weddings that show what could happen when Ben marries Lauren.

Ashley Hebert & JP Rosenbaum

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The Bachelorette couple had several members of Bachelor Nation in attendance at their 2012 nuptials. According to HollywoodLife, OG married couple Trista and Ryan were there, as well as Molly and Jason Mesnick, Sean Lowe, and Ali Fedowotsky and her beau at the time, Roberto Martinez. However, the strangest invite might have been Emily Maynard. If you recall, she and Ashley both wanted to end up with Brad Womack during the fifteenth season of The Bachelor, with Ashely ultimately coming in third place and Emily winning. HollywoodLife said that Emily got "chills" while watching Ashley and JP's first dance, so everything must have been water under the bridge at that point.

Jason Mesnick & Molly Malaney

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Though Jason made headlines for chasing after runner-up Molly after initially proposing to Melissa Rycroft, there's no denying that these two make a pretty cute couple. As reported by People, the pair got hitched in 2010 in front of an audience of about 300 people that included Jillian Harris, who was on Jason's season of The Bachelor with Molly. Harris seemingly dispelled any rumors of discomfort by telling People that members of Bachelor Nation are "so sympathetic to each other’s relationships that we’re huge supporters of each other." Hopefully, the same can be said of Ben, Lauren, and JoJo.

Sean Lowe & Catherine Giudici

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Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici's 2014 wedding seemed like a total fairytale, but you may have forgotten that one of Catherine's bridesmaids was a women who dated her new husband at the same time she did. As reported by HollywoodLife, Lesley Murphy, a fellow contestant on Sean Lowe's season of The Bachelor, was one of Catherine's bridesmaids. Former constestant Daniella McBride was also in attendance, however, before the wedding, Sean told Us Weekly that Emily Maynard, who had sent him packing during her season of The Bachelorette, would not be invited.

Though a precedent of inviting exes has been set by some Bachelor and Bachelorette couples, not every pair chooses to partake in it. We'll have to wait until the big day is closer to see who Ben and Lauren choose to invite.