Ben Affleck50 and Jennifer Lopez53, threw a lavish wedding in Argo of the star The 87-acre site in Riceboro, Ga. on Saturday, August 20. The wedding included a welcome dinner for family and friends on Friday, followed by solemn vows, and finally, a closing brunch on Sunday, August 21. Now, J. Lo is finally dedicated to his fans. a glimpse of the weekend, and her dress for the family brunch is absolutely stunning.
The “Jenny from the Block” hitmaker looked country club chic with a white and blue striped cape, instead of an all-white ensemble. Beautiful crank number (seen here) featured a fitted top and a flowing dress with a high slit that allowed her toned left leg to peek out. She paired it with auburn sandals and a brown hat, which partially covered her auburn hair.
She revealed the dress in her newsletter, On JLo, on September 1, and also commented on the end of her wedding ceremony. “Tomorrow [our wedding], we all gathered for a delicious brunch by the lake,” she began before diving into the decorative details, which she said she chose herself. She explains: “I wanted each day to have a personality of its own but fit the context we were in for the weekend: homey vibes, rustic and chic.
The mother-of-two ended the news by sharing a touching note about her and Ben’s journey towards unorthodox marriage. “Years ago, we didn’t know how many mazes the way forward would mean and filled with surprises, blessings and delights. It all came to a head at this point, one of the most perfect moments of our lives. We couldn’t be happier,” she said. “I wish you all the same kind of happiness…the hard-earned kind that is sweeter for the journey that precedes it.”
The days leading up to the wedding were definitely a whirlwind. For example, Ben and Marry me the actress was discovered at a hospital out of Savannah with Ben’s mother, Chris Anne Boldt, after she fell off the dock on Ben’s property. She had her leg amputated and sewn up. Jen mentioned different “failures” she and her husband also face off before their wedding in her newsletter.
“It rained at sunset every day of that week,” she recalls. “Everybody was worried about the heat, the aptly named ‘love bugs’, the details, whether all the guests would be on time, etc. – not to mention the thunder that came almost newspaper signal each day at the right time of the ceremony. was supposed to start that Saturday. ” She also said her whole family had “got a bug in their stomach” earlier in the week. “That, and along with a number of other unexpected setbacks, make up what a weekend marriage is all about,” she added. Luckily, everything went well and she had her dream wedding before flying in Italy for her honeymoon.