Desiree Hartsock’s Wedding Plans Revealed Here – Who She is Marrying and Ceremony Details!

Desiree Hartsock's Wedding Plans Revealed Here - Who She is Marrying and Ceremony Details!

It’s already that time again- time for another final rose ceremony to go down on the season finale of ABC’s The Bachelorette and Desiree Hartsock is ready for the world to know who her fiance is. That’s right, somehow in this quick process Des has found the love of her life and is really ready to tie the knot.

Of course fans of the show will have to wait until the Aug. 5th finale to see which man Des choses (spolier) and she can’t give up too much info beforehand but she is offering bits and pieces. According to the Aug. 5th print edition of In Touch, Desiree, a former bridal stylist, has absolutely no intention of having a big wedding. Instead she wants a small, intimate ceremony and thinks that people in general spend way too much money on lavish weddings.

Des also isn’t sure whether or not she’ll want her nuptials televised on ABC, but if she did go ahead and allow it then the alphabet network would no doubt absorb the cost of everything. The biggest question is who she’ll actually choose to spend the rest of her life (or at least the immediate future) with. Brooks Forester is a former model and a sales rep that comes from a huge family. We also know, after this week that Brooks has hooked up with cougars in the past. Chris Siegfried is the other likely contender for Des’ heart. He’s a mortgage broker and an athlete that has been the biggest sweetheart this whole season.

It’ll be interesting to see who ultimately gets that final rose and really puts a ring on Des’ finger. Who do you think she picked? Do you think Des and her man will ever get to the point of having a wedding? Tell us your thoughts in the comments below!

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  • Mike Cobb

    This was one of those Bachelorette seasons that should have been cancelled about three weeks after it started,
    with everyone going home alone. I didn’t care for Sean Lowe as the Bachelor. But giving the devil his due, Desiree’s brother was not the only reason Sean sent Des
    home. There’s just something about her that isn’t right, and it’s hard to put a finger on it. It may well be that Brooks picked up on the same idiosyncrasies Sean did, which would explain both their reluctance to make a commitment.

    Desiree utterly failed to heed her own advice; RE: Don’t get desperate. She fell for the first man she laid eyes on (Brooks) and the season was essentially over before it even got started. It seems to be universally agreed that by the time everyone got on the plane for Europe, she was already fully committed and addicted to Brooks. The entire European trip was a waste of time and money. By the time the trip began every man there was merely biding time, waiting to be kicked to the curb by Desiree.

    And truth be told, probably several of the men knew it.
    Certainly Bryden had seen the writing on the wall. He was liked and respected by the other men; and he was openly discussing his feelings at least a week before the overseas trip got off the ground. And this surely caused the others to have second thoughts. And when Bryden demonstrated the strength of his feelings by having the stones to make a decision and to take action on his (accurate) assessment of the situation … and go home … it most certainly had an effect on the remaining men.

    One can only wonder if he was the first man to ever voluntarily call it off with a Bachelorette? I’ve seen women quit and leave the Bachelor, but never a man. But whether he was or wasn’t the first man to voluntarily quit the show … kudos to him for being man enough to do it!

    Further, a strong case can be made that Desiree is at least emotionally unstable; and thus un-trustworthy. She spent half the time exchanging bodily fluids with multiple men (while at the same time being quietly fully committed to one man) and the other half of her time sobbing, whining, and rapping that a number of the men were not there for what she considered “the Right Reasons.” Talk about hypocrisy!

    Nobody will ever argue that Des is not a basically good person. She’s got all the qualities to be a great girlfriend or sweetheart, and maybe also a “best bud”; a tagalong pal; a playmate … but a wife and mother ?????????? Putting it all together, Desiree can be described with just two words … childishly immature. She’s 27 going on sixteen. She’s in love with the idea of being in love … not with a flesh-and-blood man, Brooks Forester. She is not ready for real domestic life. And it’s seasons like this one that could put the future of ABC’s dating-mating reality shows in real jeopardy.