After saying “I do” on October 10, Cynthia Bailey and Mike Hill had the most lavish setup to celebrate with their loved ones.
As seen in photos and videos posted to Instagram from the big day, The Real Housewives of Atlanta couple’s reception held at the Governors Towne Club in Acworth, Georgia, featured jaw-dropping details including luxe candles, gorgeous chandeliers, and a silver balloon display adorning a grand staircase where guests including Eva Marcille, Kenya Moore and Quad Webb posed for photos.
Of course, there was no shortage of places for a photo op throughout the night. In addition to a photo booth, guests gathered in front of a stunning floor-to-ceiling white flower wall featuring the couple’s custom logo, an intertwined “C” and “M.” Hundreds of flowers were placed in different areas around the venue, including a vibrant floral arrangement decorating a prop tub as part of a custom Seagram’s
The Real Housewives of Atlanta star, 53, said “I do” to fiancé Mike Hill on Saturday during a lavish wedding ceremony at the Governors Towne Club in Acworth, Georgia, PEOPLE can exclusively reveal.
“Mike and I are elated that today has finally come! 10/10/20 is and always will be our perfect date. We are not perfect, but, are perfect for each other,” the newlyweds tell PEOPLE. “We are living in a very different time, and now more than ever we realize that life is too short, and to never take anything for granted. We are so grateful to have found each other. Love with the help of God conquers all.”
Not holding back. Jana Kramer took out her anger on a sentimental item after learning about husband Mike Caussin‘s past infidelity.
The couple, who wed in May 2015, appeared on The Dr. Oz Show on Friday, October 9, to discuss their rocky relationship timeline and their new book, The Good Fight. Kramer, 36, has spoken candidly about working through her marriage with the former NFL player, 33, and admitted on Friday that forgiving him for his mistakes “was not easy.”
“I smashed a bunch of stuff,” the country singer recalled. “I wrote all over his wedding tux, ‘a–hole.’ I was mean, and I was angry, and I shamed him. I was rageful.”
Us Weekly broke the news in September 2016 that the retired athlete cheated on Kramer with multiple women. Less than a year before the scandal made headlines, the Dancing
The big day is almost here: Cynthia Bailey and Mike Hill will officially be tying the knot on October 10, 2020. With the ceremony soon approaching, The Real Housewives of Atlanta bride-to-be is taking safety measures to help protect her guests during the special occasion.
In a recent interview with Extra, Cynthia shared that she and Mike will be putting several safety precautions into place at their ceremony, including conducting temperature checks and requiring guests to wear masks and face shields. And she’s getting help from a familiar face.
Cynthia enlisted her pal, The Real Housewives of New York City alum Jill Zarin, and her daughter, Ally Shapiro, to make face masks for her nuptials. As you may know, the RHONY mother-daughter duo started face mask company Masks by Jill & Ally amid the ongoing global pandemic, which has become very popular for its tie-dye designs.