'Real Housewives' Star Lauren Manzo Got Married And The Wedding Was A Reality TV Dream — PHOTOS
Real Housewives of New Jersey fans, relax, I wasn't invited to Lauren Manzo's wedding to Vito Scalia, either. Surely, we can all find some common ground in that lamentable fact, can't we? While you understandably wallow in self-pity — because I'm not going to sugar coat it, the wedding looked like a whole lot of fun — why not learn a little more about the Manzo'd with Children's star long awaited nuptials? I guarantee it'll make you feel at least a little more involved in the coveted hoopla.
According to E! Online, the wedding was filled with reality TV favorites. Said the site:
"Along with the bride's aunt Dina Manzo, attendees included The Real Housewives of New Jersey stars and alums Joe and Melissa Gorga, Richie and Kathy Wakile, Kathy's sister Rosie Pierri, and Chris and Jacqueline Laurita."
Also in attendance was RHONJ show stealer and Manzo's bridesman, Greggy Bennett, who also happened to be the unofficial wedding social media photographer and videographer, providing plenty of documentation for us fans. Sigh. I know, I wish I could have flipped a few tables and gotten down with this crew, as well.
As any good RHONJ fan could guess, that the beautiful bride's reception was held at The Brownstone, the Manzo-run, Housewives staple. I'll do you one even better, fellow viewers suffering from serious FOMO. E! Online assures us that we're going to get to be a part of the wedding once it airs on Manzo'd With Children Season 2. But, if you can't wait that long, here are some pictures to tide you over till then:
Ahem, That Dress
Work it, girl.
The Happy Couple
So very sweet.
*Wipes eyes* *Blows nose into shirt sleeve*
The Bridesmaids and Groomsmen
Everyone looked damn good.
So many reality feels. Surprisingly, so little drama.
A Cute Chris Candid
No fire, no problem.
BFFs of New Jersey
*Heart eyes emoji*
A V. Important Video
The most important part of any wedding, is, of course, a properly executed Britney Spears dance.
The Calm After The Storm
A post-wedding tradition I could totally get behind.
Congrats to the newlyweds, but is it too much to ask that when it comes time for your next celebration, you send a few invites out to fans?