It’s official: Cynthia Bailey is now Mrs. Hill! The Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member tied the knot with Mike Hill in a glamorous wedding ceremony on Saturday, October 10 decked out in not one… but two beautiful bridal looks. But Cynthia wasn’t the only RHOA stunner to walk down the aisle, the Atlanta businesswoman enlisted some of her nearest and dearest castmates as bridesmaids — including Eva Marcille.
“What an absolute honor to stand by you, with you to support your union @cynthiabailey,” Eva wrote in a glowing Instagram post that captured her jaw-dropping turn in the bridal party. Eva’s bridesmaid’s look included a sleek, strapless, white, floor-length gown by Katie May Collection with a scandalously high-cut thigh slit and chic, knotted details in the back.
Glittering bangles and low-key earrings topped off the minimalist column dress so that Eva could save her most surprising accessories for her amazing
Cynthia Bailey is married! The Real Housewives of Atlanta model and businesswoman wed Mike Hill on Saturday, October 10. And for her walk down the aisle, Cynthia switched a traditional bridal look for a glittering, vintage-inspired gown in a romantic shade of blush pink.
Cynthia’s glamorous affair called for a bridal gown that was anything but expected. She turned to designer Nneka C. Alexander of Brides by Nona to create a dazzling gown with sheer, nude panels, a crystal embellished bodice, and beaded details that spanned her waist and diaphanous train. The custom-made dress mixed art deco touches with ornate, hand-adorned lace for a dramatic bridal look like no other. We don’t know which element we swooned over the most… the laced open back, the nude-illusion long sleeves with swooping crystal clusters, or the plunging overlay neckline.
But it wasn’t just the soft, petal pink hue and curve-hugging silhouette that
Cynthia Bailey is now officially Mrs. Hill! The Real Housewives of Atlanta cast member married Mike Hill in a lavish wedding ceremony on Saturday, October 10, walking down the aisle in a stunning sequin gown straight out of a fairytale.
The bride looked gorgeous in a glamorous blush-hued gown designed byNneka C. Alexander of Brides by Nona. The dazzling wedding dress featured transparent sleeves embroidered with beautiful sequin detailing and illusion tulle along the neckline and sides.
According to People, Cynthia accented her regal bridal updo with an intricate headpiece by Bridal Styles Boutique and a long, beaded veil also by Brides by Nona. For the final touch, she donned a pair of beautiful Bagdley Mishka heels.
Get a peek at the breathtaking gown below, and see more photos of her full wedding day look here.
Cynthia and Mike tied the knot at the Governors Towne Club
Cynthia Bailey can’t wait to say “I do” to fiancé Mike Hill in front of her friends and family — her masked friends and family, that is.
Ahead of her Georgia wedding on Saturday, the Real Housewives of Atlanta star opens up to PEOPLE about the “strict” COVID-19 precautions she put in place in order to ensure the safety of their guests.
“Usually, my concern before the wedding would be more focused on a lot of the aesthetics of the wedding,” Bailey tells PEOPLE. “However, because we are getting married in a pandemic, the focus has turned to: Do we have the thermometers for the temperature checks? Do we have sanitizer stations?”
“We aren’t messing around,” she adds.
The couple is set to wed at the Governors Towne Club in Acworth, Georgia. The ceremony was originally set to take place outdoors to accommodate their 250-person guest list, but
Rana Daggubati was one of the few stars who got hitched amidst the lockdown. Even though the ceremony was a low key one, there were numerous pictures shared on social media. Now that due to the lockdown, the lovely couple isn’t able to go anywhere for a honeymoon, it was but obvious to ask the ‘Baahubali‘ actor about the same during ‘No Filter Neha’.
During the chat, with Neha Dhupia, Rana opened up about how he made time to shoot for ‘No Filter Neha’ during his honeymoon. “Time like this, I think anybody who is getting to work and putting something together as a show, I think, first, I like very much and I must be part of that and all of us are talking about no work and there is nothing going on. So, I thought here you go, Neha. Go for this, let’s
Real Housewives of Atlanta star Cynthia Bailey and Fox sportscaster, Mike Hill, are headed down the aisle to say “I do” on October 10 and the couple has confirmed that while family and friends will be in attendance at their luxurious wedding, there are some strict COVID-19 protocols in place.
“Instead of focusing on the accessories in my hair or what kind of food we’re going to have, Mike and I have been putting most of our wedding energy into COVID-19 protocols,” Bailey told Page Six.“And we ain’t playin’ around.”
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Making sure that they and their guests are protected on their special day, the bride-to-be and her groom are providing everyone with face masks and face shields and if anyone doesn’t want to follow the PPE guidelines, they will be kindly escorted out of the building by security.
When Kelly Dodd marries Rick Leventhal in California on October 10, she’s taking special precautions amid the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
“We got masks made for 10-10-2020. So, that’s really cool. It says Rick and Kelly [and] 10-10-2020 for everybody to wear,” she shared in an exclusive interview with Bravo Insider.
“We just have limited guests,” she further explained about the wedding, which comes about a month shy of the date he asked her to marry him last November the same week as BravoCon 2019. “It’s kind of nice, though. Because it’s intimate.”
One person who definitely made the guest list is Kelly’s daughter. “Jolie’s just gonna be my maid of honor. I have friends from like grade school coming. It’s very informal. It’s not like it’s going to have the flower girls and the whole thing,” she explained. “It’s just gonna be her there and that’s it. And then Rick’s
While some couples think finding their wedding vendors is the most difficult part about planning the big day, it’s actually what comes next that’s the most complicated: signing the contracts. We talked to four different types of big-day professionals to find out what you need to know about each vendor category’s contracts before you enter into a legally binding agreement. Armed with their advice, the contract process should be a lot clearer and more manageable.