Real Housewives Of New Jersey’s Teresa Giudice Marries Luis Ruelas, And The Cake Was A Lot To Take In

Real Housewives Of New Jersey’s Teresa Giudice Marries Luis Ruelas, And The Cake Was A Lot To Take In

It’s been a whirlwind romantic journey for the Real Housewives of New Jersey’s Teresa Giudice and her beau Luis “Louie” Ruelas. After a year of dating, Ruelas got engaged and bought a home together. The couple now live as a blended household with four children. Now, though, they’ve officially tied the knot in a lavishly over the top wedding ceremony – and the extravagant cake from the shindig is what will really blow your minds.

Courtesy RHONY’s Ramona Singer – who spilled the invite beans on the Gram earlier this year – the whole world knew exactly when and where this marriage was going to take place. ICYMI, August 6 at Park Chateau Estate, East Brunswick, New Jersey. A lot of BTS snaps of the actual big day eventually trickled out via the bride and groom’s own Instagrams. Teresa Giudice’s most bold and on-brand photo was the “cake”She had made a vow to her new husband. It is shown here in a photo. Her Instagram stories:

Where to begin with this piece of… art? There’s just so much to take in, like the golf caddy and SUV center layers – which okay, I get it, that’s his interests. However, I’m largely torn between what is more wild: the photos of them (and a few of just the bride by herself) inlaid in gold, or the meditating Buddha topper? It’s just a lot, like a lot a lot, but that’s Teresa Giudice for you, as Bravo fans know all too well after watching her for twelve seasons on the Real Housewives of New Jersey.

And, if you can imagine, she actually upstaged the spectacle that was Luis Ruelas’ personal cake – with her wedding hairstyle. From a repost on Ruelas’ Insta storiesWe were able to witness the iconic moment when the reality star walked down the aisle. Teresa Giudice looks very beautiful, but again, it’s a lot to take in:

Teresa Giudice was proud of her mile-high up-do. The look was completed with a long train and a grandiose tie. It’s true that you only get married twice.

The couple seemed happy to be Mr. Ruelas, despite all the cakes and up-do jokes. The inside views of the reception show that they went all out for the occasion. I mean, in one picture I saw full-grown ladies launching feathers from life-size martini glass. In another, all of which comes from Luis Ruelas’ account, there’s what looks like Vegas performers on stilts acting as greeters? You can check them out below. “traditional”Also available in white:

But, the truth is that drama followed the happy couple down their aisle. As seen in Season 12 Real Housewives of New Jersey (now streaming in full on Peacock Premium), Luis Ruelas made his official entry into the group, and it wasn’t exactly pretty. His past romantic relationships (and allegations of abuse therein in the press) plagued his standings with the ladies and their husbands – mostly with co-star Margaret Josephs who had a lot of questions about the situation. Ruelas may have been using Ruelas to make money/fame. This was also criticized by fans.

Margaret Josephs was apparently spotted at the wedding. One who was not was the Gorga family, aka Teresa Giudice’s brother Joe, her sister-in-law/co-star Melissa and their three kids. According to sources People, the siblings began feuding a few days prior to the wedding amidst filming for the reality show’s thirteenth season. Giudice and Giudice tell it like they see it. “betrayed them”In “unforgivable”way, which is why their controversial exclusion from the nuptials.

You now know the 13th season of The CW. Real Housewives of New JerseySeason 5 will have serious vibes. I’m not so sure. “zen” Luis Ruelas will get into a brawl over matters with Joe Gorga like Teresa Giudice’s last husband did that year… but Teresa and Melissa, now that’s another story entirely, and I can’t wait to see it. (Just not the wedding itself because Teresa was emphatic that it wasn’t going to be filmed for the show…probably for good reason.)

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