May 31, 2021 | 2:17pm
Caila Quinn and Nick Burrello married over Memorial Day Weekend.
Former “Bachelor” contestant Caila Quinn and her boyfriend Nick Burrello are married.
The couple tied the knot in Sarasota, Florida on Sunday at the John & Mable Ringling Museum of Art.
“There are no words to describe how magical this day was,” Quinn — who appeared on Ben Higgins’ season of “The Bachelor” in 2016 — wrote on Instagram alongside a photo of her and Burrello from their big day. “I am overwhelmed by all the love from our guests, hard work from our talented vendors, and special moments with my best friend.”
She continued, “Thank you to everyone who made this day possible! We will cherish this day for the rest of our lives!!”
The 29-year-old bride’s stunning gown was from famed NYC shop Kleinfeld Bridal.
Bachelor Nation alums including Sharleen Joynt and Olivia Caridi were in attendance.
“Our little slice of Italy in Sarasota, Florida,” Quinn captioned another wedding snap. “We chose the Ringling Museum of Art for the love story behind it. We were taken by John & Mabel Ringling’s dedication to one another and their mutual adoration for travel, Italy, and Art.”
Us Weekly was first to report the news.
Quinn and Burrello announced their engagement in January 2020 after two years of dating.
“It was just a special evening where we had dinner by the ocean and we kind of talked about our relationship, our lives together. It was just the two of us,” Quinn told Us Weekly of the proposal, which also took place in Sarasota, Florida. “Then, at the end of the dinner, he asked me to slow dance and I said, ‘OK.’ So we started slow dancing and I’m swaying in his arms and then he gets on one knee and he asks me.”
Quinn came in third on Season 20 of “The Bachelor.” Following her stint on the reality series, Quinn met Burrello, a Harvard graduate, in 2018.
“I remember seeing you walk in. Smiling,” Quinn wrote in a blog post, appropriately titled “How We Met.” “The walls of the Wren were lined with hopeful singles, but to our table tucked away in the back of the bar you came without hesitation. The polite man you are… you introduced yourself to my bevy of girlfriends, saving me for last.”