The former fifteenth-season The Bachelor bachelorette and second-season Bachelor Pad contestant married Marcus Kline, a managing director at JP Morgan, over the weekend, Life & Stylereported.
Gordon, who vied for the affection of Brad Womack on The Bachelor's fifteenth edition, wore a strapless lace mermaid gown for her wedding to Kline, and the pair reportedly exchanged vows in a New York ceremony.
Gordon also apparently converted to Judaism so she will share the same religious beliefs as her new husband.
"Today starts a new chapter of my life- my first day as a Jew!" the former reality TV star tweeted October 2.
Gordon and Kline, her "soul mate," met on February 29, 2012 on "Leap Day" at a New York City bar and got to know one another over Budweisers and Kamikaze shots, according toGlamour magazine.
"It's always amazing for me to think that, while The Bachelor didn't work out in my favor, it ultimately lead me to 'the one,'" Gordon told Glamour. "If I hadn't been onThe Bachelor, I wouldn't have been at the bar that night, and I wouldn't have met Marcus. It constantly reminds me how important each 'little' event in our lives can be."
Kline proposed almost one year later at Wolfer Estate, their favorite vineyard in Sagaponack, Long Island.
"It was brutally cold outside, windy, but I don't think we felt any of it," Gordon said of their walk, during which Kline got down on one knee and popped the question as snow began to fall.
"I wasn't particularly looking to meet anyone at the time," Gordon told Glamour of the night they met. "But as the cliche goes, you'll meet 'the one' when you're least expecting it."
Kline apparently had a friend approach Gordon -- who was chatting with a girlfriend -- and she wasn't interested in the friend, so she politely dismissed him.
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"[He was of] typical New York fashion -- confident, borderline cocky, and asking us boring questions that every single girl in New York is sick of being asked," Gordon said.
When the friend returned to the bar, Gordon noticed Kline had asked him, "What did she say?"
"THAT guy was the one who wanted to talk to us?" Gordon recalled thinking. "That guy was my type. He was tall, strong-looking, and very handsome, with a genuine smile. How could I pass up meeting THAT guy? And just like that, I walked up to them and reintroduced myself. The rest is history."