They haven't revealed any plans on where and when they will tie the knot, but there's someone who has a suggestion for the couple's big day.
Joe Reyna manages the Sans Souci Ballroom in Tomball. He would like to give the lovebirds a free wedding if they have it at his place.
Reyna said the offer would come with food, alcohol, decorations, photography, videography, a fireworks show at the end of the night followed by a helicopter send-off.
*See below for details on how you can get a free wedding from Sans Souci*
"Our venue is the perfect for that one-of-a-kind fairy tale wedding," Reyna said.
Sans Souci has a capacity of 1,000 with a foyer that Reyna said holds the largest chandelier in Texas.
"Inside the venue you are welcomed by 30 more chandeliers, all on their own colored LED lighting, and the LED video panel walls captivate the night with a selection of photos at the couple's choosing," Reyna said.
The shimmering chandeliers would definitely go well with Rodriguez's ring. It's a Texas-sized diamond that shines bright off her finger.
The outdoor space features a gazebo that can fit 300 guests with marble columns and hand-sculpted statuary, a picturesque bridge with twin ponds and fountains.
Sans Souci hosts special events throughout the year, including corporate meetings, quincenearas and of course, weddings.
The video above is from a wedding in 2015 that shows the elegance and class that the venue offers, and it's something Reyna hopes is what Correa and Rodriguez are looking for to create an experience of a lifetime.
Meanwhile, if you're a romantic at heart and would like to re-watch the sweet moment when Correa proposed, we've got it right here.
UPDATE: The manager at Sans Souci said that after our story, people have been asking about a free wedding for someone in need instead of possibly giving it to Correa.
Reyna said that if Correa decides to have the wedding at their venue, they would offer a free wedding for a couple for up to 200 people at their sister location, Enchanted Cypress Ballroom.
To qualify for it, the couple would need to write an essay to describe why they deserve the free wedding. Reyna said they would want Correa to choose the lucky winner.
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