Before the big moment! Jennifer LopezTwo dresses were worn by her for her wedding Ben Affleck — and she had one of them on deck for quite a while.
“I’ve had this dress for so many years, and I’ve just been saving it and saving it and saving it,” the “On the Floor” songstress, 52, said in a video shared in the Sunday, July 17, edition of her “On the JLo” newsletter. “And now I’m wearing it on my wedding day.”
The Grammy nominee noted that the sleeveless boatneck dress was from an “old movie” of hers, though she didn’t specify which one. The simple gown was adorned with minimal jewelry, including a delicate necklace as well as stud earrings.
The video was shot by a celeb hairstylist Chris AppletonWho gave the HustlersStar her flowing waves for the big event. “Wedding glam 💒,” the hair pro, 39, wrote via Instagram on Sunday. “Out of all the events and crazy glams we have had, this definitely was the most special. Congratulations Jen and Ben!”
The second look is the Shades of Blue alum wore an ultra glamorous gown from Zuhair Murad’s bridal collection. The dress featured a sweetheart neckline, corset bodice, and full-length, lace sleeves. She paired it with a matching veil.
Lopez wore a Zuhair Muad bridal look in the romcom. Marry MeThe premiere of the play was in February. Kat Valdez (her character) wore an elaborate gown for her onstage marriage to Charlie Gilbert (Owen Wilson) following her public breakup with fellow pop star Bastian (Maluma).
The “Get Right” singer and the Oscar winner, 49, tied the knot in Las Vegas this weekend after obtaining a marriage license on Saturday, July 16. The duo, who rekindled their romance last year following Lopez’s split from Alex RodriguezIn April, he was engaged to his wife.
“We did it. Love is beautiful. Love is kind. It turns out that love is patient. Twenty years patient,” the JLo Beauty founder wrote in her newsletter on Sunday. “In the end it was the best possible wedding we could have imagined. One we dreamed of long ago and one made real (in the eyes of the state, Las Vegas, a pink convertible and one another) at very, very long last.”
The casual ceremony was very different from the one the couple planned — and later called off — during their first engagement in 2003. Us WeeklyAt the time, it was reported that around 400 people were invited to the event. The final details would then be delivered just days before.
They wanted something new this time. “They both thought it was a fun and casual way to tie the knot,” an insider told Us of the pair’s Vegas wedding. “They both are so comfortable with each other and make each other so happy, so they don’t want to wait any longer.”