The three couples who married at first sight on Season 7 were Dave, a 37-year-old senior portfolio manager, and Amber Martorana, a 36-year-old division order analyst; Bobby, a 27-year-old project manager, and Danielle Bergman, a 30-year-old account executive; and Mia Bally, a 29-year-old airline recruiter; and Tristan Thompson, a 29-year-old former collegiate and semi-pro basketball player who recently started a tutoring center business.
Mia and Tristan were in a good place given Mia let everything out in the open and her husband was supportive and understanding the whole time.
On Day 7 of the marriages, each couple had to decide whether they wanted to move into one spouse's home or find a new place together.
Dr. Pepper revealed each couple would be given an allowance of $5,000 a month to spend as they wish -- whether they put the money towards rent, a vacation, or whatever else.
Amber initially didn't envision herself moving into Dave's house, but she admitted it was "way nicer" than her own, and she could envision themselves entertaining friends and family there while growing as a couple.
"I love it here, and I could see myself in it, but I don't want him to start getting nervous watching me put my touch on things or clutter anything up or bring my cat over. So as much as he seems happy to have me there, I still am scared of what it's actually going to be like," Amber admitted.
Meanwhile, Mia was "so happy to move forward" with Tristan. All of the information she had shared with him about her past and arrest was a lot for him to take in, but she was more than ready to focus on her husband and their future together.
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Tristan hoped Mia would love his spot and want to move in. She loved to see pictures of his family around the home, showing how grounded he is, and Tristan felt "grateful" Mia "found the strength to apologize and explain herself."
Tristan got married "for better or worse" and so he intended to do the right thing and forgive Mia when she "deserved it."
"Because that's what a good husband does," Tristan noted.
Mia's home was a little too small for Tristan given his build and height, so Mia decided she should move into his place and start fresh. Since she owned her condo as an investment, she could also rented it out to someone else or sell it entirely.
As for Bobby and Danielle, the pair was hoping their dogs would get along once introduced. They agreed to move into Bobby's home because her apartment -- although cute and modern -- was too small for the both of them and his dog.
Since the dogs were such a big part of Bobby and Danielle's lives, Danielle worried they wouldn't like each other and the dynamic could ruin her relationship with her husband.
Danielle's dog Henry and Bobby's dog Ellie seemed to get along just fine, so Danielle felt " so relieved." She didn't know what to expect walking into Bobby's bachelor pad, but she said he had done "very well for himself" and it "wasn't decorated terribly."
Henry loved Bobby's backyard, and Danielle was so happy seeing that her dog was enjoying himself. Bobby told Danielle that the house was going to be just as much hers, so she could do whatever she wanted in terms of decorating.
Dave was then shown checking out Amber's apartment and meeting her cat Paisley, who was "more rambunctious" than he had hoped. He was also a little afraid of her shoe collection.
But the big issue came up when Amber asked Dave whether he had lived with a girlfriend in his apartment before.
"I'm just a jealous, territorial person by nature, so I just feel like it would be really weird to know there was another woman using my sink before me and that they had made dinner together and sat at the table together," Amber explained to the cameras.
"I just don't like that. I want to feel like I'm the first person he's lived here with."
Amber told Dave that she didn't want his memories with a former flame in his house competing with their new romance.
Amber flat out admitted she wouldn't want to move in with Dave if that was the case, but lucky for her, he had never lived with a girlfriend before.
Tristan and Mia discussed their finances on Day 8. Tristan suggested they split the experts' $5,000 and he would continue to take care of the rent on his own. Mia loved how Tristan made her feel, like he wanted to take care of her.
Amber and Dave also agreed to budget money and actively implement such a budget. However, Amber was more of a spender, and she was worried to be honest about how much money she spent on things, including clothes and shoes.
"I'm just not a guy that's going to be okay with being very wasteful with our money, and I think we have to get to a point where -- if we are going to stay together and make this work -- we have to think of it as 'our' money. We are going to have to decide together how we spend that," Dave said in a confessional.
Amber was happy Dave could take the lead on money management because she wasn't good at it, and so Dave determined they should put $2,500 of the experts' money towards rent and save the other half of it. Amber was happy to oblige and felt like a grown up.
When Bobby and Danielle sat down to put together a budget, Bobby learned his wife was in $15,000 of credit card debt, and she hoped he wasn't going to freak out.
"I'm a budget freak. I just don't always follow the budget. But I have one," Danielle said.
Bobby did seem very stressed over the revelation because since they're married now, her debt is his debt. He also didn't travel much in his twenties in order to afford a home and put himself in a good financial position.
Danielle then dropped another bomb on Bobby, that in order to get out of her lease, it was going to cost them $8,000. Bobby felt that was necessary for them to start their life together, and then he joked that if she forgot about her eyelash extensions for eight years, she could pay off her credit card debt.
"Not a chance!" Danielle said with a laugh.
When Danielle moved into Bobby's house on Day 9, he could tell she was incredibly invested in their marriage, and both individuals were so happy about living together.
Once Amber began moving her belongings into Dave's place, Paisley got into his succulent plants and unrolled toilet paper in the bathroom. She was also crying a lot for attention, so Amber worried the cat might drive Dave crazy.
Meanwhile, Mia was putting all of her "womanly touches" in Tristan's apartment, and Danielle through Bobby into fostering a puppy golden retriever.
"I love dogs... I am very receptive to her passions and wouldn't want to take that away from her," Bobby noted. "But it's just a little crazy."
Danielle then discovered Bobby loves to cook, and he made them a nice dinner, so she felt so lucky to have him in her life. And as for Bobby, he enjoyed doing things for his wife, and she also opted to do the dishes.
On Day 11 of the marriages, each couple spent their first night sleeping together in their new places.
Danielle found out Bobby is very handy when she clogged the sink, and Tristan and Mia's relationship was also progressing in a positive direction.
"I feel more like a wife now that Tristan and I are living together, and I think it's because we shared such a crazy experience that brought us together more emotionally than I ever could have imagined," Mia gushed to the cameras.
"I am seeing a whole other side of Tristan's character that is absolutely loving and kind and caring and committed. I'm starting to get those little butterfly feelings."
Before bed that night, Mia told Tristan, "I love you," and he was falling in love with her in return.