Jordan Kimball is a bachelor no more.
“My Dear Christina, You are the blessing I’ve always prayed for, cheers to forever loving you! I love our unconditional and comforting love. I Truly feel you were sent into my life from above, I promise you all of my affection for all of my years. I love you Mrs. Kimball, always,” he wrote.
“Jordan Kelly, I am so proud to be your wife,” Creedon captioned her own post. “You are my constant and my best friend. I love you beyond the moon and all of the stars. Here’s to forever, honey.”
The couple got married in front of 92 friends and family at The Wynden in Houston, according to Us Weekly. The ceremony consisted of only traditional vows, after they exchanged personal letters an hour before. Creedon walked down the aisle to Divisi Strings’ cover of Elvis Presley’s “Can’t Help Falling in Love.”
They had their first dance to “When You Say Nothing At All” by Alison Krauss on the black-and-white dance floor, before they headed off to honeymoon in Hawaii, per the publication.
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Kimball popped the question to Creedon on Christmas Eve in 2020, after they made their relationship Instagram official a year before in November 2019. “I would bend my knee a million times to stand by you,” he wrote after the proposal. “This ring represents how much I love and listen to you.”
During season 5 of Bachelor in Paradise, he was briefly engaged to Jenna Cooper but they broke things off shortly after the finale aired in 2018. He later returned for season 6, only to be eliminated in week 2.