Lane gets hitched
Monday, October 28, 2019
– Chris Lane and Bachelor alum Laura Bushnell tied the knot on Friday in Nashville.
The two announced they were dating about a year ago and were engaged in April.
I've just looked forward to the day for quite some time and I'm glad that it's finally here," Lane, 34, said to People. "I feel like I'm the luckiest guy in the world to be marrying her."
"I feel like the luckiest girl," said Bushnell, 29. "We both recognize what we have is special, and we feel very lucky."
About 160 people attended the wedding.
Lane proposed to Bushnell in her hometown of Portland, Ore. For the occasion, he wrote the song "Big, Big Plans," which happens to be the title of his tour.
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