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'The Bachelor' couple Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici enjoy separate bachelor/bachelorette parties after sending out wedding invitations


By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 12/09/2013 

The Bachelor couple Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici, who just recently sent out the wedding invitations for their live January 26 ceremony on ABC, reportedly enjoyed separate bachelor and bachelorette parties.

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Giudici visited sunny Miami, FL, while The Bachelor's seventeenth-season star enjoyed a wintry trip to Jackson Hole, WY, last week, according to a People source.

"Bye bye boo! See you on the other side..." Giudici, 27, captioned an Instagram photo of herself and Lowe, 30, on December 4.

The couple reportedly took a break from all their wedding plans to have some fun with their closest friends.

"I just want to hang out in a cabin for the weekend," Lowe told People in October. "Ski, and just chill with the guys."

Giudici told the magazine around the same time she simply hoped for "a fun memory" out of her bachelorette party. 

"It's a rush of excitement," Giudici said of her upcoming wedding. "I want to be his wife!"

The pair recently sent out their wedding invitations, giving everyone "the LOWEdown" on their upcoming nuptials.

The invitation designed by Smitten on Paper reportedly teased there will be "marrying, eating, boogie-ing."

"Together with their families, Sean Thomas Lowe will marry his best friend, Catherine Ligaya Mejia Giudici, who completely adores him," the tan and white invitation read, People reported

The invitation also included an RSVP card for recipients to declare whether they "can't wait" for the event or reportedly have "something more important to attend than celebrating the union of Sean & Catherine."

The Bachelor couple got engaged in November 2012 when they filmed Lowe's seventeenth-season finale, which aired in March. They celebrated their engagement party in October in Seattle and subsequently sent out their "save the date" wedding cards early last month.

Lowe and Giudici's ceremony will mark the first time in The Bachelor franchise history a couple will exchange vows in real time, as previous weddings have aired pre-taped on ABC. Lowe and Giudici will be the first The Bachelor couple to wed on TV, as former The Bachelorette stars Ashley Hebert and Trista Rehn previously got married on TV.

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