The couple, who originally said "I do" at City Hall in New York City in October 2022, are set to wed for a second time on Saturday
The couple, who originally said "I do" at City Hall in New York City in October 2022, celebrated ahead of their Saturday nuptials with a rehearsal dinner and welcome party at Cannon Green in Charleston, South Carolina, on Friday evening.
Pitt and Amabile first met and later got engaged on season 7 of Bachelor in Paradise.
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"Your smile, your charm, your looks, this whole thing. The Toronto accent. It's just really everything about you," Amabile told Pitt as he proposed. "It happened fast, faster than I thought, but at this point, I don't see myself not wanting to wake up with you by my side."
He added, "When I think about forever, you know that's scary. And then I think about it with you, it feels right. You told me you were falling in love with me first. You told me you loved me first, now it's my turn. Serena Pitt, I love you very much, will you marry me?"
After the show wrapped, the couple maintained a long-distance relationship for months, before moving in together in New York City in March 2022.
Later, in October, the duo said "I do" at City Hall in Manhattan.
"We have always known marriage was in our future, it just looked a little bit different than we expected," Amabile and Pitt told PEOPLE exclusively at the time.
"We still plan on having a big wedding next fall that we are already planning, but with everything being so public in our relationship, having a private moment just the two of us felt so special and intimate," they added. "Natasha Parker was our witness, someone that has seen our relationship from the very beginning."
"We can't wait to celebrate with all of our family and friends next year at our wedding," the couple continued, "because who doesn't want to marry the love of their life twice?"
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