After getting ordained to marry producers of the show in 2012, demand soon spiked for Harrison's services. "Bachelorette" season seven contestants Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum asked Harrison to officiate their wedding on the show, and thus began the tradition of "Bachelor" franchise weddings.
Harrison has since married several couples that met on the franchise and has even helped out fans.
"Fans have reached out to me," Harrison explained. "I have done a few. I've helped with proposals, engagements, and [other] moments."
However, the host was disappointed that he couldn't reach everyone. So, he created a safe and easy way for every fan to reach him.
"Bachelor Nation, you know I love connecting with you and appreciate being part of the love in your lives," Harrison captioned his Instagram announcement of ChrisHarrisonOfficial.com.
"My team is now swamped and inundated with proposals and engagements," Harrison revealed.
While Harrison is willing to travel for events (even internationally), he is also happy to host weddings at a very famous location: the "Bachelor" mansion. Fans can even request to book the Villa de la Vina mansion in Malibu through Harrison's website.
Hiring Harrison does come at a price, though. If fans can't afford to have him officiate their weddings, they can request a personalized video from him to play on their special day.
For those who aren't tying the knot anytime soon, Harrison has something for them too. Via his website, people can also book the host to emcee events, corporate functions, collaborations and endorsements.
"I'm kind of the face and the voice of the show and I'm blessed to be that person," Harrison said.
Now, the famed host just wants to spread the love that fans have shown him over the years: "How fun will that be if I stand in front of two fans of the show and make this happen?"