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Sean Lowe, Catherine Giudici: Four Seasons Santa Barbara wedding is on

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On Jan. 26, Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici were all set to wed in Santa Barbara, having finally arrived at their big day that will air live on ABC. Previews from the network show that the two involved are really ready to get hitched.

As was trumpeted by so many sources, "The Bachelor" couple picked the Four Seasons Santa Barbara for their wedding venue and also as the base for their momentous honeymoon where they're consummate their union for the first time — otherwise known as abstinence before marriage.

On Sunday, Catherine used Twitter and Instagram to share her joy for the upcoming nuptials. The bride shared a message, calling Sean and Cat the "Lowebirds" and showing their wedding venue located in sunny Southern California.

Catherine tweeted on Jan. 24, "Can't wait for @seanlowe09 to carry me over the Ty Warner Cottage threshold." Not only is the Ty Warner Cottage at the Four Seasons Santa Barbara a plush and private accommodation, but it's also a very romantic place with well placed fireplaces and a homey atmosphere.

Meanwhile, at the time the bride to be made these comments, "television satellite and production trucks crowded the grounds of the posh beach-side hotel... as crews prepared for the televised nuptials, which will be broadcast live from 8 to 10 p.m. on the East Coast," according to one local source.

And so, as Sean Lowe and Catherine Giudici were eager to wed at the iconic Four Seasons Santa Barbara, many member of Bachelor Nation were getting ready to settle in to watch as invited guests to this particular gathering as marriage vows are about to be traded by these two reality stars who found love on the small screen.



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