A Complete History of Bachelor in Paradise Engagements

Lacy and Marcus left season 1 of Bachelor in Paradise engaged, only to swap vows during the season 2 premiere. The pair broke up less than year later, and revealed they were never legally married. In January 2018, Grodd tied the knot with fellow Canadian Ally Lutar.

Lacy Faddoul & Marcus Grodd

A true BiP fairytale, Tanner popped the question during season 2. Their 2016 wedding ceremony aired during the ABC special, The Bachelor: A Celebration of Love, and the inseparable duo are now the proud parents to 1-year-old daughter, Emerson Avery!

Jade Roper & Tanner Tolbert

 After leaving the third season engaged, Amanda and Josh's relationship spiraled out of control in January 2017. The mom-of-two accused the former baseball pro of being "extremely controlling," prompting Murray to threaten legal action against his former fiancée. 

Amanda Stanton & Josh Murray

Bachelor Nation fell in love with the seemingly odd match, who got engaged during season 3 and tied the knot in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico one year later. In December 2020, however, the couple announced their separation after three years of marriage.

Carly Waddell & Evan Bass

Only three months after sealing their love with a proposal and matching "Grace" tattoos during season 3, the reality TV stars decided to go their separate ways. 

Lace Morris & Grant Kemp

It was during the Bachelor in Paradise season 4 reunion taping that Derek finally got down on one knee and proposed. Almost one year later, things between the bride and groom-to-be took a turn for the worse when they announced their split in June 2018.

Derek Peth and Taylor Nolan

It's official! During the upcoming fifth season, the newly reunited couple (who spent years in the best friend zone) gets engaged. A source told E! News of the surprise proposal, "She had a sense it might have been coming but wasn't positive."

Ashley Iaconetti & Jared Haibon