AceShowbiz - "The Bachelorette" alum Jordan Kimball and Christina Creedon are officially husband and wife. The couple tied the knot on Saturday, January 15 in Houston on what Jorday described as an "emotional night."
On Monday, the Bachelor Nation star took to his Instagram page to share with friends and fans some pictures from the magical ceremony and reception. The pictures included beautiful shots of the groom and the bride on the special day.
"My Dear Christina, You are the blessing I've always prayed for, cheers to forever loving you! I love our unconditional and comforting love. I Truly feel you were sent into my life from above, I promise you all of my affection for all of my years. I love you Mrs. Kimball, always," he wrote in the caption.
Meanwhile, Christina also shared some snaps on her own post which she captioned, "Jordan Kelly, I am so proud to be your wife." She went on to gush, "You are my constant and my best friend. I love you beyond the moon and all of the stars. Here's to forever, honey."
In an interview with Us Weekly, Jordan shared, "Seeing her for the first time - we didn’t do a first look - and seeing her [walk down the aisle] in her dress, [I started crying]." The 30-year-old added, "Ever since that moment, I've realized how important she is to me. I mean, to cry in front of lifelong friends and family and everything -- I've never loved her as much as I do today."
"The whole day I was so calm. I was just so relaxed. And then right before I started walking down with my dad, I literally lost it. I just couldn't stop crying," Jordan continued.
Jordan, who competed in Becca Kufrin's season of "The Bachelorette", added, "It feels like it happened so fast.I was blindsided by this love. She's just the sweetest person. … I can't handle how sweet, genuine and how true her heart is. I feel like I'm a protector. I'm here to support her."
"We always share different kind of perspectives, but coming from 'The Bachelor' to this, I would say that 'the Bachelor' kind of prepared me in a way that I was ready to take it seriously," he shared. "I was ready to be funny and be who I am -- and especially after seeing myself on TV, there's parts of, you know, what I did that I got great joy out of and laughed at. And I'm not my biggest fan, but you can grow from anything. And I think that that's what I've done, grown from it."