Colton Underwood, a former contestant on The Bachelor and a political strategist, wed Jordan C. Brown at a three-day wedding celebration in a romantic ceremony in Napa Valley over the weekend.

A family dinner and welcome party were held on Friday night to begin the three-day event, which was organized by Ashley Smith Events. On Saturday morning, the wedding festivities officially started. The couple was surrounded by 200 of their close friends and family at the luxurious Carneros Resort and Spa for the celebration.

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Colton Underwood and Jordan C. Brown: Relationship Timeline

Upon becoming the first LGBT Bachelor in April 2021, Colton Underwood sparked interest among viewers who were interested in learning more about his past relationship. In a 2021 visit to “Good Morning America,” two years after his season of The Bachelor on ABC aired, Colton came out as gay.

News of Colton’s relationship with political consultant Jordan C. Brown broke after they were photographed kissing at the Fourth Season in Maui, Hawaii, in September 2021. Later, in November 2021, Colton said in an interview that he was in love and very happy.

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The end of 2021 saw Underwood starting to talk about his relationship with Brown in public. He said that Brown had been “a great support” for him, saying, “I’m the luckiest person to have him in my life.”

Post that, they went Instagram-official and also took a vacation together in December 2021. In January 2022, the couple bought a house together in Sherman Oaks, California.

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It was revealed by Underwood at the end of February 2022 that the pair had gotten engaged while on a weekend break in Big Sur, California. In addition, the two adopted a dog together in March.

Finally, during a charming ceremony in Napa Valley on May 14, 2023, Colton Underwood said “I do” to Jordan C. Brown.