One of the highlights of the season premiere of "Bachelor in Paradise" was the beachside wedding of Marcus Grodd and Lacy Faddoul.

The couple, who met and fell in love during season 1 of the ABC reality show, wanted to tie the knot where they met, and their beautiful ceremony was telecast during Sunday's season 2 premiere special.

However, according to a new report, the wedding that took place at Playa Escondida on 4 June isn't legally binding. TMZ sources noted that the couple is yet to file a marriage license in either Mexico or the US. Chances of the real wedding happening anytime soon are also dim, as Grodd is away finishing his Coast Guard training, the media outlet noted.

ABC hasn't commented about the mock marriage ceremony, reports noted.

Faddoul opened up about their wedding destination to People, saying: "Marcus and I met on Bachelor in Paradise; that's where our solid foundation started. We thought, 'Why not start the next chapter of our lives there as well?'"

The television wedding did not match the wedding that Faddoul first envisioned, as she earlier told Us Weekly she wanted Clare Crawley as well as Michelle Money to be at her wedding. Sadly, the two weren't present at the ceremony.

 "We actually really want to customize our wedding to contribute to the Bachelor Nation," she said during Chris Soules' season of "The Bachelor."

"And, so, we're planning in the process and we actually are designing a perfume line. My perfume is actually what I'll be wearing on my wedding day so I'm really excited about that. Clare Crawley, Michelle Money, there are several Bachelor people who will definitely make it to the list as well as our bridal party," she added.