Teresa Guidice, star of Real Housewives of New Jersey, is absolutely ecstatic right now! And why on earth not? Her wedding to her fiancé Luis Ruelas turned out to be everything she could have ever hoped for and more. The extravagant wedding, which took place in front of 220 guests at the Park Chateau Estate & Gardens in East Brunswick, New Jersey, was attended by the reality star who is 50 years old and is now married to Louie Ruelas.
Both Parties Exchanged Their Vows in a Romantic Setting
Teresa Giudice, who stars on Real Housewives of New Jersey, is a happily married woman. The reality star, who is now 50 years old, tied the knot with Luis Ruelas in an extravagant wedding and said “I Do” in a lovely ceremony on Saturday (August 6). The event took place at the Park Chateau in East Brunswick, New Jersey.
Teresa’s four kids, Gia, 21, Gabriella, 18, Milania, 16, and Audriana, 13, were present to tie the knot with her better half and served as her bridesmaids when the two loves exchanged their vows. Gia is now 21 years old, Gabriella is 18, Milania is 16, and Audriana is 13. Approximately 220 people attended the extravagant event that was held in New Jersey and were hosted by the couple.
In terms of the guest list, Teresa’s co-stars from “The Real Housewives of New Jersey,” such as Dolores Catania, Margaret Josephs, Jennifer Aydin, and Jackie Goldschneider, were all present at the event. However, her sister-in-law Melissa Gorga as well as fellow Housewives Ashley Darby from Potomac, Dorinda Medley from New York, Kenya Moore and Phaedra Parks from Atlanta, and Chanel Ayan from Dubai were not there.
Preston Bailey was in charge of the wedding’s decor, while Jessica Rogers was the one in charge of the planning. The anonymous source told many news organizations that Teresa is “on cloud nine.” “She wished to have a wedding straight out of a fairy tale, and that is precisely what she is going to get. Ahead of the extravagant ceremony, he stated that everything was being done with such precision that it would be impossible for this evening to be forgotten.
Regarding the Wedding Attire of the Couple
At the wedding, Teresa Giudice appeared to be an exquisite goddess as she came down the aisle wearing a white mermaid-style gown with a sweetheart neckline. The gown was tight-fitting and featured a sweetheart neckline. She accessorized her look with long, sheer gloves, a sparkly tiara, a lengthy veil, and a sky-high hairstyle. As the exquisite bride made her way toward her handsome spouse, everyone was awestruck by her breathtaking appearance.
Regarding the groom, Luis Ruelas, he was dressed in a white tuxedo jacket with a bow tie. In any case, Teresa’s daughters and her exe-husband, Joe Giudice, gave their blessing to the dashing prospective husband that Teresa had chosen for them. The extravagant wedding in New Jersey takes place ten months after 47-year-old Luis expressed himself romantically on a beach.
Teresa, who is 50 years old, had been seeing Luis, a successful businessman, for close to a year before she gave her definitive yes. Teresa admitted in a prior interview, “I know that my mum and dad sent my lover to me. They did, you know, because my father abandoned me, and my stepfather told me that he couldn’t leave me alone, so I know that my father sent my stepfather to me.
She went on to say, Him and my mum, they did that in reality. I swear, I requested them to send me an amazing person, and then a few weeks later, I met him on the same street where we had first met.” At Cedar’s Lebanese Cuisine on Thursday night, it appears that Giudice and Ruelas celebrated their upcoming nuptials with a shared bachelorette party before the big day.
Teresa Giudice has shared a number of movies on her Instagram story, in which she and her beauty can be seen dancing the night away with belly dancers, her daughters, and other famous people. So, the wedding turned out to be like something out of a fantasy. In September of 2020, Giudice completed the final steps of her divorce husband Joe Giudice, with whom she shares custody of their four daughters.