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First comes the roses, then comes the fantasy suites, then comes marriage! That's how the saying goes — right?
On Tuesday night's "Bachelor in Paradise" finale, three happy couples got their reality TV fairytale endings, courtesy of some very flashy Neil Lane engagement rings.
Joe Amabile and Serena Pitt, Maurissa Gunn and Riley Christian, and Kenny Braasch and Mari Pepin all got engaged during the show's three-hour finale, finishing off another drama-filled season of "Bachelor in Paradise."
As is tradition in the Bachelor world, each happy couple was gifted a Neil Lane diamond ring to mark their engagement. Neil Lane, the franchise's beloved jeweller, has been a Bachelor Nation staple since 2009.
During the first proposal of the evening, 40-year-old Kenny Braasch gave his 25-year-old fiancée Mari Pepin an oval-shaped diamond ring surrounded by 42 round-cut diamonds. Totally two carats, the boy band manager says to Mari, "it's big, right?" To which she enthusiastically replies, "yeah, it's huge!"
Kenny Braasch & Mari Pepin
In the second proposal of the episode, Riley Christian got down on one knee and popped the question to his Paradise girlfriend Maurissa Gunn with a pear-shaped diamond ring surrounded by 43 round-cut diamonds, totally two carats.
Maurissa Gunn & Riley Christian
During the final proposal of the episode, fan-favourite Joe Amabile was momentarily sidetracked by ex-girlfriend Kendall Long in yet another post-breakup conversation. However, following their brief yet awkward interaction, Joe, 34, lit up when his BiP girlfriend Serena Pitt, 23, walked down the sandy aisle towards him.
Grocery Store Joe popped the question with a cushion-shaped diamond ring surrounded by 44 round-cut diamonds, totalling a staggering two carats. "Wow, it looks really good!" He gushed as he slipped the ring onto his Canadian fiancée's finger.
Joe Amabile & Serena Pitt
If, unlike the "Bachelor" contestants, you don't have access to a two-carat Neil Lane diamond ring, there's no reason to fret. We've rounded up eight Bachelor-worthy rings to treat yourself or your special someone.