Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck got married for the second time in Georgia

Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck remarried in front of family and friends at the actor's Georgia home.

Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck remarried in front of family and friends at the actor’s Georgia home. (Photo: Getty Images)

Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck said ‘I do’ for the second time. The couple, who were legally married in Las Vegas on July 17, had a bigger celebration at the actor’s estate in Riceboro, Ga. That’s where J. Lo and Affleck were supposed to get married 20 years ago.

People reports that Lopez, 53, wore a Ralph Lauren gown with a train and veil for the ceremony hosted by lifestyle writer and coach Jay Shetty. Affleck, 50, opted for a white tuxedo jacket paired with black trousers. Guests including Matt Damon, director Kevin Smith and Secretaries Actor Jason Mewes was among those sticking to the all-white dress code.

said a source People the manufacture that Lopez and Affleck had “a great weekend of celebrations planned.”

“They’re going to have a pre-wedding party, a ceremony and have a lot of fun in the series,” the insider shared. “The kids will be part of the festivities too. It’s going to be a beautiful weekend.”

Ben Affleck's sprawling estate in Riceboro, Georgia where the actor and Jennifer Lopez are getting married.  (Photo: The Image Direct)

Ben Affleck’s sprawling estate in Riceboro, Ga. where the actor and Jennifer Lopez are getting married. (Photo: The Image Direct)

The weekend got off to a dramatic start with a trip to the hospital. Affleck’s mother reportedly fell off the dock and cut her leg. He was rushed to a local hospital by ambulance for stitches. Lopez and Affleck were photographed visiting her before the festivities began.

The location of their big bust is sentimental. Affleck bought the home, which sits on 35 acres of land, in 2003 when he and Lopez first dated. After getting engaged, the couple postponed their wedding that was supposed to take place in Santa Barbara, California due to “too much media attention.” They reportedly planned to marry at the estate in George later, but eventually ended their relationship in 2004.

Pictures from Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck's wedding celebration in Georgia.  (Photo: The Image Direct)

Pictures from Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck’s wedding celebration in Georgia. (Photo: The Image Direct)

“Ben has always loved the country, the outdoors and being by the water,” a source said. Entertainment Tonight. “Georgia has always been a special and peaceful place for him. He’s always felt comfortable there. He got his house in Riceboro when he was dating Jen and he liked that they could be low-key and private there… Ben and Jen revisits The house to suit their personal taste. There’s no doubt that Ben and Jen love the location.”

However, the superstars couldn’t wait until August to tie the knot.

Affleck and Lopez tied the knot in a surprise ceremony last month at A Little White Wedding Chapel. While there was no Elvis impersonator, much to the couple’s dismay, two of their children were in attendance for their special night. Lopez wore a dress from an “old movie.”

“So with the best witnesses you could ever imagine, a dress from an old movie and a jacket from Ben’s closet, we read our vows in the little chapel and gave each other the rings we’ll wear for the rest of our lives of our life. They even had Bluetooth for a (short) run down the hall. But in the end it was the best possible wedding we could have imagined. One that we’ve been dreaming of for a long time and one that has come true (in the eyes of the state, Las Vegas, a pink convertible and each other) finally very, very,” the singer shared in her newsletter On the JLo.

“When love is real, the only thing that matters in marriage is each other and the promise we make to love, care, understand, be patient, love and be kind to each other. We had that. And more. The best night of our lives,” Lopez concluded.

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