Caila Quinn Feels 'Special' After Sweet Bridal Shower Planned by Her Loved Ones
One step closer to walking down the aisle! Caila Quinn headed over to Instagram this weekend to share sweet moments from her bridal shower as she prepares to wed fiancé Nick Burrello in May.
“Will never forget how special my loved ones made me feel today. Want to remember all of the little moments that made me laugh.. tear up.. and everything in between,” the Bachelor Nation star captioned a video clip of herself and Nick opening gifts next to their good friend and actress Ashley Park.
“Starting with this candid vid of Ash, that makes me die laughing,” Caila added.
Over on her Story, the content creator — who stunned in a white gown from Cinq à Sept — posted more details from her dreamy tea party-inspired celebration, which took place in Chicago and was planned by her future mother-in-law, as well as Nick’s sisters, Katie and Grace.
After indulging in a delicious meal and decadent desserts, Caila and Nick’s guests learned more about the soon-to-be spouses by playing the Newlywed Game.
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The couple’s fete comes weeks after they revealed they were leaving New York City for Austin, Texas, where Nick has landed a new job.
Their relocation will likely converge with their I dos. Caila — who began writing her vows in January and tried on wedding gowns in March — has previously opened up about the challenges she and Nick have faced along their journey to becoming husband and wife.
The pair had big plans for their nuptials until the coronavirus pandemic forced them to readjust. They initially planned on having two ceremonies in May 2021 — one in Caila’s home state of Ohio with 200 family members and friends, and a smaller, more “intimate” ceremony in Lake Como, Italy, with 60 people.
In October, Caila posted on her blog that she and Nick decided to cancel their wedding. She later told “The Knot” that they are keeping their original date of May 29, but will tie the knot in Sarasota, Florida, instead.
“No matter what, we are excited to move forward with our May 2021 wedding and are just feeling grateful to at least have 100 loved ones present — even with masks!” the franchise alum wrote on Instagram in January. “Life is too short as it is. I’m not going to wait on everything to be perfect.”