Former 'The Bachelor' star Bob Guiney marries Jessica Canyon in beautiful destination wedding
By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 11/14/2016
Former The Bachelor star Bob Guiney has seemingly reached the happy ending of his love story.
Guiney, 45, married Jessica Canyon at Casa Entre Rocas in Punta Mita, Mexico, on Saturday.
The couple's destination wedding took place in front of family and close friends.
According to Instagram posts from guests at the ceremony, Canyon's bridesmaids got ready for the big day in matching floral robes and then wore a variety of long, eggplant-colored dresses.
The bridesmaids also each held a bouquet featuring one large, white tropical flower. After the wedding, Guiney and Canyon showed off their playful side by taking on the Mannequin Challenge at what appeared to be the reception.
Guiney, who competed on Season 1 of The Bachelorette and then starred on Season 4 of The Bachelor, announced his engagement to Canyon in October 2015.
Ever since then, Guiney has documented his nuptials on social media, from their engagement party a year ago to the "final countdown" which began one week ago. Guiney repeatedly called himself "a lucky guy" to be with Canyon.
"We get along great," Guiney toldPeople this past summer of his bride-to-be. "She lets me be me."
This marks Guiney's third time tying the knot. He was married to his first wife, Jennifer Lantz, for only one year, claiming he "got married too young" even though he was 28-years-old at the time.
After failing to win the heart of Trista Rehn on The Bachelorette, Guiney's journey on reality TV ended with him selecting Estella Gardinier, a California mortgage broker, during The Bachelor's final Rose Ceremony. However, the pair split shortly after the show aired in 2003 on TV.
Guiney went on to wed soap opera actress Rebecca Budig in July 2004, but they decided to call it quits in January 2010. Budig filed for divorce in April of that year and the paperwork was finalized three months later. About The Author:Elizabeth Kwiatkowski
Elizabeth Kwiatkowski is Associate Editor of Reality TV World and has been covering the reality TV genre for more than a decade.