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Cue the wedding bells and prep the roses: Former “Bachelorette” JoJo Fletcher and fiancé Jordan Rodgers are finally getting married.

This May, the fan-favorite couple will be saying “I do,” six years after getting engaged on the ABC reality show.

Speaking with Page Six Style recently at an event hosted by The Knot, which the pair used to create their wedding registry, Fletcher says that plenty of Bachelor Nation stars are invited to the big day — including the series’ former host, Chris Harrison.

“[He] was invited, but unfortunately he had a scheduling conflict,” Fletcher tells us. “He’s been RSVPed for the past two years, and he and his fiancée, Lauren Zima, sent a sweet voice message to us.”

But Fletcher, 31, and Rodgers, 33, can look forward to receiving way more than audio memos next month; their wedding registry with The Knot “has a little bit of everything,” the former says, as she and her husband-to-be “try to make their house a home.”

The couple exclusively told Page Six the aesthetic of their wedding will be “Italian,” “Tuscan” and “timeless,” characteristic of their invitation suite they hand-crafted with The Knot (which you can now shop online).

In addition to items that nod to their individual interests — like football-shaped glasses that nod to Rodgers’ NFL past and elegant Kate Spade dinnerware for “Southern sweetheart” Fletcher — the couple are planning to throw in a few big-ticket items, too.

“We’re going to be adding a countertop pizza oven to our registry, and I’m kind of nudging my mom that it’s a nice gift,” Fletcher says. “In the beginning, we didn’t think we were going to add items to a registry, but then we realized people want to still give something. We added a cash fund and a charity fund [she and Rodgers chose animal rescue org MuddyPaws], too.”

Below, see (and shop!) everything on the couple’s wedding wish list, from luxury luggage to a Napa Valley train trip.

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