Tenley, 32, announced she's engaged to her boyfriend of two years, Taylor Leopold, on Saturday through an Instagram post.
"THIS IS HAPPENING!!! Last night I said yes to spending forever with him!" the former The Bachelor and Bachelor in Paradise bachelorette captioned a cute photo of the couple as she showed off her rock of an engagement ring.
"My heart is gushing with happiness and excitement & I can't stop thinking of how good God is!!!"
She added, "Taylor, you're the answer to some of my hearts greatest prayers and deepest desires, and that you have chosen me, and that we really get to do this, my heart is full of praise!"
Tenley revealed she was dating a new guy -- and that she was "crazy" about him -- in early February 2016.
Tenley continued in her Saturday Instagram caption, "God's Love and faithfulness has always been true to me, but since the day I met you, I truly believed that God had all along been letting me find my way to you."
Tenley met Taylor through a friend who goes to the same church as her future groom.
After dating the product-line manager for a sandal company for only three weeks, Tenley gushed about how she was "going to marry him."
Tenley toldUs Weekly of her "gorgeous" Taylor in February 2016, "I had the best first date of my life with him and in that minute of just meeting him, I knew there was something really special about him."
Taylor was apparently unaware of Tenley's reality TV past when they began dating, which she saw as a big bonus.
"I think it's strange for him. He didn't know me from The Bachelor, which is really really cool," Tenley had told Us, adding that her man had no interest in watching old episodes of the ABC reality dating series.
After competing onBachelor Pad's first season and experiencing traumatic heartbreak from her 2014 split with longtime boyfriend Kiptyn Locke, Tenley decided to put herself out there again and join the second-season cast of Bachelor in Paradise.
The city girl fell in love with former The Bachelorette suitor Joshua Albers in Paradise; however, she didn't think she could make a long-distance relationship work with him. Due to their different lifestyles, Tenley called it quits with the Idaho welder on the last day of filming.
"I'm not ashamed of anything I've ever done. I'm proud of myself and what I've learned and gained from it," Tenley previously told the magazine.