Love officially rules this summer with the Vanderpump Rules crew.
On Saturday evening, Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright said "I Do" in a romantic wedding ceremony. Family, friends and Vanderpump Rules cast members watched the Bravo stars tie the knot at a Kentucky Castle. And looking at the social media footage shared by the newlywed's guests, the two are officially husband and wife!
Brittany wore a stunning custom Netta BenShabu gown she found at Kinsley James Bridal in Los Angeles while Jax looked handsome in a classic tuxedo by Jack Victor. They also exchanged wedding bands by Kyle Chan.
The big day comes after Vanderpump Rules viewers were able to watch the couple's love story unfold in real time. Back in season seven, cameras rolled as Jax proposed to his leading lady at Neptune's Net in Malibu, Calif.
Leading up to the wedding, the couple had a festive bachelor and bachelorette party in Miami where close friends, including Stassi Schroeder, Tom Sandoval, Tom Schwartz, Lala Kent and more, attended.
And between all of the celebrations, the couple made it a priority to honor someone very special in their life who couldn't be part of the special wedding day.
"[Jax's later father is] going to have a chair. I've got a sign that will be on his chair. [It will say] 'We know that if heaven wasn't so far away that you would be here today.' He'll have like a rose. Jax is going to bring his ashes," Brittany previously shared with us. "We're going to make sure he's with us 100 percent."
On their big day, the reality TV star shared his father's tribute. "My dad, always early," he wrote on Instagram.
With a new season of Vanderpump Rules currently being filmed, fans are crossing fingers that the wedding will be featured in upcoming episodes.
Until then, the couple is already thinking about their honeymoon at a very special destination. "What the goal is right now is Jamaica. I want to go to Jamaica. My mom went to Jamaica for one of her honeymoons. That sounds awful. One of her honeymoons," Brittany joked to E! News back in April. "I want like an over water bungalow type situation. Definitely something like in the Caribbean or tropical."
And in regards to starting a family, let's just say these two have baby fever. "We're moving onto that next phase of my life so I'm excited," Jax shared with us.
Congratulations to the bride and groom on their big day. Here's to many years of happiness.
People was first to report the news.
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