Whether Ali Fedotowsky and Roberto Martinez actually get married is anyone's guess, if only given the track record of The Bachelor and Bachelorette.
The numbers don't lie, and the numbers are 2-for-20.
Still, assuming their spring wedding takes place as scheduled, the engaged twosome plans to keep it basic, from the ceremony to the music played.
“I want it to be simple: one person, one instrument and that’s it,” Ali Fedotowsky says. “I think absolutely a violinist for that. My favorite music is like Jack Johnson, Schuyler Fisk … people who sit down with a guitar and sing."
"That’s what I want at our wedding - that rawness.”
“Our wedding will be a lot of dancing and celebrating,” she continues. “A live band, and absolutely salsa dancing. Every kind of dancing! I’m actually envisioning Roberto and I making up a dance — a funny, quirky dance that people laugh at.”
Hopefully it won't involve any of this stuff. Wowza.
When asked if they’ve chosen a first-dance song yet, Fedotowsky hints that “Bendita tu luz,” a song Martinez introduced to her, may be the one.
“It’s beautiful,” the future bride says. “It was our first weekend together in our hideaway house and he put it on, and we laid in bed and we were holding each other, and he said, ‘This song makes me think of you.’ It’s our own organic song.”
However, if it were up to Roberto Martinez, they might choose a different melody ... “Roberto loves the Lion King song,” she shares. “It’s so cute.”
Will Ali Fedotowsky and Roberto Martinez last?