Hollywood A-listers Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez remarried in Georgia at their $8.9 million plantation home. The ceremony took place on Saturday and was well-attended by relatives, friends, and A-list celebrities. The event took place from Friday through Sunday and lasted three days. Last month, the couple wed secretly before having their second wedding in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Lopez’s ex-boyfriend Sean “Diddy,” who is known for hosting an annual party where everyone wears white, served as inspiration for the all-white wedding ceremony. The ceremony was administered by celebrity life coach Jay Shetty in front of a large crowd that included Kevin Smith. Before the wedding, Kevin Smith, Jason Mewes, and their spouses were all seen in a white-clad photo that Kevin Smith tweeted.
Lopez’s kids assisted her in carrying her robe as she went down the sidewalk. Images depict her with a translucent veil that extends several feet behind her to cover the ground. Lopez wore a gorgeous white gown by Ralph Lauren that was produced in Italy. A matching black and white tuxedo were worn by the groom. They dated from 2002 to 2004 and got back together last year. They made their engagement public in April and are now on their way to Paris to enjoy their honeymoon.
On Friday, when they arrived, the visitors were welcomed with dinner. Some showed up on Saturday afternoon in black SUVs, while others showed up in Old Savannah Tour trolley coaches. A staggering $4,000,000 is said to have been spent on this beautiful wedding.
Hours before the wedding, Affleck’s mother was taken to the hospital, causing delays for this big occasion. Christopher Anne Boldt had stitches after breaking her leg after jumping off a dock. On Saturday, another guy was observed being carried away in an ambulance, but his identity and state of health are still unknown. Another difference was created when Saturday’s festivities began to rain heavily.
Throughout the celebrations, attendees observed tight security, including a three-mile no-fly zone and security boats cruising the neighboring North Newport River. Anyone entering was required to provide identification, and the entrance to Hampton Island was shut.