‘The Bachelorette’: Will Becca Kufrin and Garrett Yrigoyen Film Their Wedding for TV?
Who are we kidding? The Bachelor pre-season is the best time of the year. While many fans are getting hyped about Peter Weber’s journey, others are reminiscing over previous leads within the franchise, including The Bachelorette‘s Becca Kufrin and Garrett Yrigoyen. The couple’s televised engagement aired back in 2018, and it seems not much has been said about their future marriage. But, as with any Bachelor Nation couple, viewers are dying to watch the pair celebrate their nuptials — whenever that may be. So will Kufrin and Yrigoyen film their wedding for TV? The former bachelorette just revealed how she’s feeling about it now.
‘The Bachelorette’s Becca Kufrin and Garrett Yrigoyen on filming their wedding for TV
On Dec. 17, Entertainment Tonight released an episode of Roses & Rose, featuring Kufrin. The Bachelorette alum answered a few fun questions about Arie Luyendyk Jr. and Kufrin’s three-month hosting gig on The Bachelor: Live on Stage tour.
Midway through the conversation, the publication asked whether Kufrin plans to televise her wedding with Yrigoyen. However, for the time being, it doesn’t look like the nuptials will be filmed for Bachelor Nation.
“I’m not gonna say yes or no,” Kufrin said. “But as of right now, probably not.”
That said, Kufrin’s may not come as much of a surprise. Following The Bachelorette finale in 2018, E! News asked Kufrin and Yrigoyen if they want to do a TV wedding.
“I don’t know, maybe,” Kufrin said at the time. “I think it all just depends. My mom would be like, ‘No, don’t do anything more.’ But we’ll see.”
Yrigoyen added: “I think that everything deserves a conversation.”
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Nevertheless, it appears Kufrin and Yrigoyen’s wedding isn’t happening anytime soon. Still speaking with Entertainment Tonight, Kufrin admitted she hasn’t spoken to Yrigoyen about wedding plans for a while. But the former bachelorette revealed she’s waiting until her fiancé is ready.
“I think we’re just taking our time,” Kufrin said. “He was previously married and divorced. So I never want him to feel rushed or pressured into anything. I’m fine with where we’re at and I’m kind of just waiting for him to be like, ‘OK let’s do this now.'”
That said, Kufrin still has an idea of what kind of wedding she wants in the future.
“When that day comes, we just want it to be a massive party,” she said. “I want it to be food trucks all over and games. And so that’s what we’ve talked about. I think we would like to do it in California vineyard, but then just like catering all these trucks, have cornhole, and I really want skeeball. Fun things like that.”
Becca Kufrin and Garrett Yrigoyen move in together after ‘The Bachelorette’
Even if Kufrin and Yrigoyen don’t have definite wedding plans yet, the Bachelor Nation couple is still making strides in their relationship. A few months after their engagement, Kufrin and Yrigoyen moved in together near San Diego, California.
Then when speaking with Us Weekly in October 2019, Kufrin got real about the adjustments that come with moving in with your partner.
“I went from living on my own and being used to being very independent and doing things on my own terms at all times, so it’s different,” she said. “We luckily have our own bathrooms, which is key I think. I’m not gonna lie. It’s very key.”
But Kufrin also gushed over living with Yrigoyen. “It’s been good,” she said. “He’s so easy to live with, he’s very easygoing, he’s super clean. The only thing is that he snores and he leaves paper towels around.”
And although both Kufrin and Yrigoyen have been traveling, The Bachelorette alum says she’s beginning to feel settled.
“We love it,” Kufrin said. “We’ve been traveling quite a bit. It took a while for me to feel like this is home, but I’m finally getting settled and we just added a dog. So it’s finally starting to feel like home.”
Of course, moving in together means the couple is getting closer to marriage. But as we know, Kufrin and Yrigoyen aren’t exactly in a rush. So they’ll continue taking steps at their own pace.
“I think once we buy a place and are actually settled somewhere and not just renting, we’ll probably get to that next step,” Kufrin said.