Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez got married on Saturday at an intimate ceremony in Las Vegas, and the Angro star wore a white Hollywood tuxedo to the wedding.
Jennifer Lopez delighted fans when she confirmed her Las Vegas wedding in her newsletter on Sunday, ending the letter with a new name: Mrs. Jennifer Lynn Affleck.
The couple look stunning in the snaps shared by the singer from the budget wedding, which show her in a white cinched at the waist that is cut only to the knee. She was wearing a dress from an old movie.
Affleck got ahead of his new wife with his style and outfit for the big event of his life. His choice of outfit surprised everyone as fans expected him to just wear a classic black suit to the nuptials, by sporting a white tuxedo, he tuned into the whole Hollywood fairytale vibe of their 20-year relationship. “Bennifer.”
Affleck she displayed her grace when she donned a two-button jacket with ivory peak lapels, which was cinched at the waist and covered with a pair of straight-cut black trousers. She adorned her jacket with a white flower, her bowtie was black, and her dress shirt had a slight ruffle effect on the front. So glamorous, so Hollywood.
Lopez confirmed her wedding to Affleck in her own words and style, writing, “We flew to Vegas last night, lined up for a license with four other couples, all making the same trip to the wedding capital of the world.”
“We barely made it to the little white wedding chapel at midnight. They graciously stayed open late for a few minutes, allowing us to take pictures in a pink Cadillac convertible, evidently once used by the king himself (but if we wanted Elvis himself to show up, that cost extra and he was in bed)”, he added.
“We read our own vows in the little chapel and handed each other the rings that we will wear for the rest of our lives,” wrote. “In the end it was the best possible wedding we could have imagined.”
Bennifer’s saga of love has been more than 20 years in the making. Affleck Y Lopez they have one of those great Hollywood relationships that will probably one day be documented in its own movie.