After Jennifer Lopez married Casey Affleck’s brother Ben for the second time in a dreamy Georgia ceremony, the actor had a heartfelt message for his new sister-in-law.
After calling off their wedding, the younger Affleck brother posted a photo from the early 2000s of him, his brother, and Lopez with the caption, “Good things are worth waiting for.”
After famously dating from 2002 to 2004, but putting off long-term plans due to media scrutiny, Affleck and Lopez tied the knot for the first time in July in Las Vegas.
On Saturday, Bennifer celebrated a large, white wedding with her loved ones.
MailOnline and Harper’s Bazaar were able to obtain aerial photos of the couple’s wedding ceremony at Affleck’s Georgia estate.
Pictures from the wedding show the Hustlers star walking down the aisle with a 20-foot veil, which all five of the couple’s children helped to carry.
Lopez is the mother of Max and Emme, who are 14 years old, while Affleck is the father of Violet, 16, Seraphina, 13, and Samuel, 10.
“Here is to twists and turns, new beginnings, and finding new reservoirs of old love,” Affleck continued in his post. “You are most certainly accepted into our household. Brace yourselves for some serious dysfunction. Kidding. That’s a joke, by the way.”
He added: “Jen, you are a gem. Please know how much your family means to us.”
People reports that Affleck’s longtime friend and collaborator Matt Damon and his wife, Luciana Barroso, were among the many famous people invited to the wedding.
Jason Mewes and his wife Jordan Monsanto, along with Kevin Smith and his wife Jennifer, were there to promote their new film Clerks.
George Clooney and Renée Zellweger were also reportedly on the guest list.
However, Casey Affleck himself appeared to not be in attendance with Page Six approaching the Manchester By the Sea actor on the morning of the wedding.
“I have other things,” he said when asked why he was not in Georgia.
Following their first wedding, Lopez announced the news they had wed in her official newsletter, with the heading: “We did it.”
“When love is real, the only thing that matters in marriage is one another and the promise we make to love, care, understand, be patient, loving, and good to one another. We had that. And so much more. Best night of our lives,” she wrote.
“They were right when they said, ‘all you need is love.'”
“We are so grateful to have that in abundance, a new wonderful family of five amazing children and a life that we have never had more reason to look forward to. Love is a great thing, maybe the best of things—and worth waiting for.”
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