‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’ star Teresa Giudice married Luis ‘Louie’ Ruelas in a lavish wedding ceremony at the Park Chateau Estate and Gardens in East Brunswick, NJ, on Saturday.
Giudice, 50, wore a form-fitting strapless wedding dress paired with mesh gloves, while Ruelas, 48, wore a tuxedo with black pants and a white jacket. The bride’s look was completed with an ornate crown, long veil and dazzling earrings.
The guest list read like a mini BravoCon, with stars from nearly every franchise in attendance, including her “RHONJ” co-stars Dolores Catania and Jennifer Aydin serving as bridesmaids.
Giudice’s four daughters, Gia, 21, Gabriella, 17, Milania, 16 and Audriana, 12, were also bridesmaids.
The other co-stars of Giudice Margaret Josephs – who previously teased she didn’t think she would be invited — Jackie Goldschneider and rumored “RHONJ” newcomer Danielle Cabral also all watched the lovebirds say “yes.”
Page Six exclusively revealed on Friday that Giudice’s brother and sister-in-law, Joe and Melissa Gorga, do not attend weddings.
Andy Cohen, leader of the “Real Housewives”, was also present.
Other guests included her ‘Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip’ co-stars, including Luann de Lesseps, Kenya Moore, Cynthia Bailey and Ramona Singer – who location details disclosed weeks before the ceremony.
Bravolebrity’s wedding, which would have been filmed for a spin-off show on Bravo, did not go completely smoothly. Page Six reported on Friday that her daughter Gia was ‘begging’ to be left on a flight home from Nashville on Thursday.
Ahead of the big day, Giudice and Ruelas apparently hosted a bachelor and bachelorette party at Cedars Lebanon Cuisine on Thursday night. Giudice posted several videos to her Instagram story of her and her boyfriend dancing the night away with belly dancers, her daughters and other celebrities.
The mother of four children too celebrated her bridal shower with close friends and family earlier this week. The reality star sipped ‘Tretini’ cocktails while posing for photos in front of a rose-covered wall.
Giudice encountered a major hurdle in wedding planning when Singer leaked the exact time, date and location of her nuptials, leading the couple to hire “more security” among other possible changes.
The author of “Turning the Tables” gushed to Page Six in May about the involvement of her future husband was in the process of marriage.
“The wedding plans are going wonderfully. Luis is involved with me, and I love that. We do it together, so it’s not just me,” she said, adding, “I remember of my first marriage; I did it all alone. But [Luis is] involved, and I love that.