Arie Luyendyk Jr. and Lauren Burnham Just Revealed Their Save the Dates!

Arie Luyendyk Jr. and Lauren Burnham Just Revealed Their Save the Dates!

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The Bachelor season 20 stars Arie Luyendyk Jr. and Lauren Burnham are quickly crossing one pre-wedding milestone after the next off their checklists. Leading up to their JanuLARIE 12th ceremony (mark your calendars, Bachelor Nation), the future bride celebrated her bridal shower three weeks ago with friends and family. Now, making their nuptials all the more official, the duo has finally ordered their save the dates. And, as much reality TV drama this duo has been behind, we have to admit their stationery is pretty cute.

Luyendyk Jr. took to Instagram yesterday to flaunt the pair's soon-to-be-mailed cards. The save the dates (from Minted!) showcase one of the pair's engagement photos, where Burnham and Luyendyk Jr. are smiling fondly at one another from a sun-lit meadow. The couple's names are written at the bottom of the picture in white text, followed by, "Request your company at their wedding," with the event's date and venue-Haiku Mill in Maui, Hawaii. See the cute cards here!

"Sending these out this week!" Arie captioned the photo. "January can't come soon enough вќ¤пёЏ." There's no telling which members of the ABC franchise will receive one in the mail, but Chris Harrison has to be a given (he even has his wedding gift mapped out already).

The couple announced their chosen wedding date and locale at the end of May while appearing on The View. "We're getting married in Hawaii on January 12th next year!" Burnham declared. Luyendyk Jr. added that, "It's in Maui-it's at Haiku Mill which has this beautiful, old world feel with a lot of vines and greenery. It's not your typical beach wedding. And it's a private wedding, so not on TV-just a close group of friends. Probably 100 guests."

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Although the pair's ceremony surprisingly won't be televised (considering their entire relationship has been a public spectacle from the start… ), it's probably for the best that they're keeping the actual wedding on the DL. In the meantime, we'll be looking forward to Luyendyk Jr. and Burnham's future wedding invitation design (we have plenty of inspo if you're reading this, guys).