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Let's Break Down Each ~Dramatic~ Wedding In The Love Is Blind Finale

Spoilers ahead, obviously.

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Five couples made it down the aisle by the end of Love Is Blind Season 2, but that isn't enough on this show. Once they're at the altar, they then have to decide whether to say “I do.” Here’s how everything panned out at the Love Is Blind Season 2 weddings. (Spoilers ahead.)

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Danielle & Nick

Danielle and Nick spent nearly as much time fighting as they did falling in love, so the end result of their walk down the aisle was unclear up until the very end. Even Nick admitted it was a “game-time decision,” but ultimately, they both said “I do.”

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Deepti & Shake

Shake was never fully committed to Deepti, so it was kind of a relief when Deepti was the one to reject him at the altar. She said she wants to be with someone who knows she’s the one, so she chose herself in the end. (Yas!)

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Natalie & Shayne

It’s never a great sign when the bride is in tears the morning of her wedding. Natalie was upset because Shayne drunkenly told her he “hated” her the night before, and so it was no surprise when they didn’t go through with their wedding.

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Mallory & Salvador

Although Mallory’s parents weren’t at the wedding, she seemed ready to go through with it. However, Sal said they needed to build more trust before getting married. They didn’t make it official, but they did decide to go on a first date — one without cameras.

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Iyanna & Jarrette

These two gave Love Is Blind viewers a love story to root for. After they walked down the aisle, they both said “I do” and were married by Jarrette’s dad, getting a true happily-ever-after moment.

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In the end, two couples got married and three broke up at the altar. Only time will tell what happens for each of them.

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All of Love Is Blind Season 2 is now streaming on Netflix.

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