Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck said yes for the second time in the longest marriage in history. They are now officially the Benniffer. The stolen photos published on the instagram sites (@thefashinlover, @inlovewithbenaffleck) immortalized the armored ceremony at the actor’s Georgia estate with husbands and guests – friends and family – all in white on the green lawn of the former plantation . With all due respect to the bon ton who wants the white on the wedding to be banned from the guests. On the contrary, the couple had clearly indicated which dress code. And it must be admitted that the set on the green lawn, immortalized by aerial photos, has a big impact (perfect for Instagramming). The bride, actress, singer, muse of designers, very attentive to fashion – she never gives up heels even on visits to museums: height indicated 1 meter and 64 – showed off a curvy dress made ad hoc by the American designer Ralph Lauren and, to add more theatricality, she added a six-foot veil. An accessory — now a must-have trend for all brides — that gave all five children of the extended couple plenty to do: Lopez’s 14-year-old twins, Max and Emme, as well as Violet, 16, Seraphina, 13, and Samuel, 10 of Affleck . The boys helped the bride support him after the ceremony leading to the plantation-style home in Riceboro, Georgia. Next to her is the groom Affleck, in a white tuxedo jacket and black trousers, the only variation of all-white. All dressed in white – to match the lavish floral decorations – were also featured guests such as Matt Damon, Jimmy Kimmel and even the officiant Jay Shetty.
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Mrs. Affleck, as by now for love, has decided to be called J.Lo amid some controversy from the neo-feminists. she had also chosen white dresses for the first ceremony held in Las Vegas last month. A vintage Alexander McQueen halterneck, kept as love for years, as the star pointed out, and a Zuhair Murad dress, all lace (another great trend for 2022 brides). Romance, without exaggerating, because the main ingredient of the big party of Beffiner is the party, the conviviality. The three-day “intimate” party for family and friends — briefly overshadowed by the misfortune of the groom’s mother on the luckily outnumbered pier — includes fireworks and a final picnic.
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