Jennifer Lopez wore a dramatic wedding dress for her wedding with Ben Affleck.
The dress featured cap-sleeves, a long train, and a body-hugging silhouette.
After officially marrying in July, the pair held a ceremony at Affleck’s Georgia estate on Saturday.
Jennifer Lopez stunned in a bodycon wedding dress with a long train for her second wedding to Ben Affleck on Saturday.
Although they officially married in Las Vegas last month, the couple welcomed family and friends to Affleck’s coastal Georgia estate this weekend for a second ceremony. Aerial photos published by TMZ showed guests arriving and walking around the compound, which was decorated in white.
Despite the all-white dress code, no one stood out in the pale shade as much as Lopez did. The actress and dancer was photographed in a regal gown that appeared to be backless. The dress, designed in a mermaid silhouette, featured short sleeves, a cathedral veil, and a long train made out of a tulle-like material.
People reports that the dress was made by Ralph Lauren. Affleck wore a white tuxedo jacket with a black bowtie and black pants.
Representatives for Lopez and Lauren did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.
Lopez and Affleck married on July 17 in Las Vegas and confirmed the nuptials in her newsletter the same day. She wrote in the newsletter that “it turns out love is patient. Twenty years patient,” referring to her first engagement to Affleck in 2002. The couple broke up in 2004 and rekindled their romance in 2021.
The pop star also told readers that she wore two dresses — one from “an old movie” and one couture gown — for her first ceremony at the Little White Wedding chapel.
Hairstylist Chris Appleton shared a video of Lopez wearing her first recycled wedding dress on Instagram, which featured an A-line neckline and a simple bodice.
When Appleton asked the bride how she was feeling, she said she felt “amazing.”
“I’ve had this dress for so many years and I’ve just been saving it,” she added. “And now I’m wearing it on my wedding day.”
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