Grace. Cevan. Jamanda.

These couple names got cemented in eternity during the Bachelor in Paradise Season 3 finale. Grant and Lace, Carly and Evan and Josh and Amanda all got engaged during the finale of the Bachelor Nation summer vacation spin-off.

Carly Waddell, from Sean Lowe's season of The Bachelor, got engaged to Evan Bass from JoJo Fletcher's season of The Bachelorette. She was creeped out by him for much of the 18-day Bachelor in Paradise shoot, but something changed and she fell in love with the #blessed erectile dysfunction specialist.

Grant Kemp from JoJo's season got engaged to Lace Morris from Ben Higgins' season. They got matching tattoos of their couple name, "Grace."

Josh Murray, who was previously engaged to Bachelorette Andi Dorfman, got engaged to Amanda Stanton from Ben's season. Murray will be the stepfather to Stanton's two girls.

Nick Viall and Neil Lane, <em>Bachelor in Paradise</em>Nick Viall and Neil Lane, Bachelor in Paradise

The last of the four remaining couples, Nick Viall and Jen Saviano, did not get engaged. The show acted like viewers didn't already know this, but Nick Viall was tapped to be the next Bachelor last week. ABC spoiled the outcome of Bachelor in Paradise before the finale aired, which is pretty funny. To be fair, Viall was a last-minute choice over Luke Pell from JoJo's season, and it was too late to change Bachelor in Paradise and its promotional materials to reflect the reality that Nick and Jen were obviously over.

"How many times am I going to see you again?" Jeweler Neil Lane asked Viall when the two-time Bachelorette runner-up was looking at engagement rings. The answer: once more, when The Bachelor returns this winter.

As of the After Paradise live reunion after-show, all three engaged couples are still together.