Girardi herself even volunteered that the traditional cut was perfect because, "she's daddy's princess." (Barf!)
So, it should come as no surprise that when "The Bachelor" star/pilot Pavelka landed in front of famed celebrity jeweler Neil Lane he selected two engagement rings for the final rose contenders, one being a princess cut diamond.
We're thinking Pavelka should have asked Neil Lane if he had a blinged-out tiara handy for Vienna's all but certain coronation as his chosen one.
Does anyone really think the other ring he selected is going to end up on the graceful fingers of sweet, recently divorced dancer Tenley Molzahn?
Not anyone who believes Jake's early season pronouncement that he will "not do what people might want him to do" -- pick the nice girl he seems to deserve -- but will follow his heart (and make an, um, baffling choice)?
The show's producers have confirmed that Pavelka is engaged and "very happy" with his decision, despite the ugly tabloid fodder surgically-enhanced Girardi has become throughout the controversial season.
It's pretty likely that the ladies will be dressed for the finale by the show's longtime stylist, Cary Fetman, who previously told StyleList that he plays a role in dressing the women chosen for "final rose" contention.
Previews show Girardi wearing a teal one-shoulder gown and Molzahn in a pale yellow strapless frock.
Fetman told us he favored gowns by Pamela Dennis and dresses by Alice + Olivia when styling Jillian Harris for her recent turn as "The Bachelorette," but also mixed in more affordable choices from stores like Forever 21.
This season, he told us Pavelka is wearing a lot of Hugo Boss suits.
ABC did not respond to our request for additional details on the final rose attire.
Tune into the "The Bachelor" finale tonight at 8/7C on ABC.
And in other "Bachelor" news, get the details on "The Bachelor" alumni Jason Mesnick and Molly Malaney's weekend wedding.