8 'Bachelor' Weddings Fans Need To See ASAP

The Bachelor franchise gets a lot of flak for resulting in couples that don't work out, but there are actually a lot of good ones out there that are still going strong after the show. Even so, there are quite a few that haven't officially tied the knot yet. There are a bunch of Bachelor weddings that fans want to see as soon as possible.

Even though fans probably just want these weddings to go down immediately, I guess it does make sense for people to take some time to themselves after getting together on a reality TV dating show. Nevertheless, as a fan, I am ready for these weddings to go down. The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, and Bachelor in Paradise have resulted in some pretty solid couples that the fandom is rooting for. And aside from those, there are a few Bachelor alums who found love in real life who fans also want to see get married and end up happily ever after.

Obviously, I respect these people for living on their own terms and doing things at their own pace, but the fans just want their favorite cast members to be happily married.

1. Kaitlyn Bristowe & Shawn Booth

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It seems like these two have been engaged for an eternity in Bachelor years. They got together two seasons ago on The Bachelorette and there doesn't seem to be any sign of wedding planning. Maybe they are just normal people who don't want to get married after only dating for a few weeks, which I don't fault them for, but I know that the fandom would love to see these two walk down the aisle.

2. Ben Higgins & Lauren Bushnell

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This TV wedding is so obviously in the works. Ben and Lauren have their spinoff show on Freeform all about their post-Bachelor life, which I assume includes wedding planning. I'm sure they will be filming a wedding special as soon as Ben & Lauren: Happily Ever After? is finished airing. I would just love to see if Ben's Bachelor exes Kaitlyn Bristowe and JoJo Fletcher get an invite to the festivities. That would make for some great TV, for sure, on top of the wedding ceremony itself.

3. JoJo Fletcher & Jordan Rodgers

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To be fair, these two just got engaged, so I don't blame them for not getting married immediately after JoJo's Bachelorette season aired. JoJo and Jordan are living together in Texas and based on social media they seem to be going strong and are cuter than ever. Thankfully, JoJoJo (the combined couple name that I'm hoping will take off), have been vocal about not being against a TV wedding and reportedly could get married as soon as Spring 2017, according to People.

4. Evan Bass & Carly Waddell

Carly and Evan ended up becoming a fan favorite couple after all of their ups and downs during the latest Bachelor in Paradise season. They are just the realest couple and almost everyone in Bachelor Nation is rooting for them. They can't get married too soon, though, since they said that Nick Viall could officiate their wedding and he's busy filming his own season of The Bachelor for the next few weeks. So at the very least, we have to wait for that to wrap up.

5. Lace Morris & Grant Kemp

I have been rooting for Lace since her polarizing appearance during Ben Higgins' season of The Bachelor. I've always been #TeamLace because she's just such an endearing person. Then, after that ill-fated hot tub encounter with Chad Johnson during the premiere episode of the last Bachelor in Paradise season, I was nervous that my girl would not find love. But Grant came along and was all about Lace and I love every part of their relationship — even those "Grace" tattoos they got. I can totally see them tying the knot during the next BiP season.

6. Ali Fedotowsky & Kevin Manno

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Obviously being the Bachelorette didn't work out too well for Ali, but she will always be a part of the Bachelor family no matter who she's romantically involved with. Ali and her fiancé, Kevin Manno, welcomed their first child in July, so now it's only a matter of time before the engaged couple gets married, right? Hopefully, she'll posts pics of the wedding on her blog and social media so fans can feel like they're a part of the big day.

7. Whitney Bischoff & Ricky Angel

Unfortunately, Whitney Bischoff's Bachelor love with Chris Soules did not go the distance, but that didn't stop her from finding love with her fiancé, Ricky Angel. So far, Whitney has been pretty open about her new love on social media, so I'm assuming that there will be plenty of photos from the wedding with her and her fellow Bachelor alums whenever she and Ricky end up tying the knot.

8. Nick Viall & ?

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Nick's season of The Bachelor hasn't even finished filming, but he's already been on two seasons of The Bachelorette and one season of Bachelor in Paradise. To say that the viewers are invested in Nick's love story would be the understatement of the century. If Nick ends up (finally) finding love, then Bachelor Nation will be pulling hard for Nick's fifth Bachelor show to be a televised wedding.

Sorry to all the haters out there, but there actually are a lot of Bachelor couples who are lucky in love.