It was a perfect picture of marriage. A crowd gathered in a close to the beautiful island before to watch two gorgeous people, Nick Lachey and Vanessa Minnillo, tie the knot.
"We see celebrity Weddings throughout the year, but this was a happily ever after … a real love story, "Jen Garcia, people magazine said" Good Morning America. "
Lachey and Minnillo, 37, 30, were married on 15 July.
America knows Lachey from the days of the band boy as man front for 98 Degrees — and the famous first marriage Jessica Simpson in 2002, played on the MTV reality series "Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica."
The couple divorced in 2006 and transported personally and professionally.
Lachey Minnillo, Miss met former Teen USA and MTV host, filming a music video for the song "what's left of me."
Their relationships grow.
"I think that Nick has learned much from his first marriage to Jessica … He and Vanessa dated for five years, "said Garcia.
"When I took on the subtitle to Vanessa for Montage in Orange County. We Sat by the pool, beverages, beautiful day … worked with both knees, "he said, adding," now you're stuck with me. "
With only 2 months until the big day, brought to celebrity schedule Sharon sacks, property idiofiya had planned the Wedding Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony, and Khloe Kardashian Odom and Trinidad. With cameras from TLC recording every move, began to prepare for — taste of menu, décor, and decided to attempt the Minnillo dressing.
In particular, the air Saturday at TLC, we have an inside glimpse what it really comes down to this couple — particularly to Lachey.
He says that he pretends to be excited about all the little details — such as flowers and branches — but adds: "I'm excited if the same be excited … I am happy if she is happy. "
Minnillo was charmed when Lachey sought for tuxedos.
"Baby, you're sexy," he said.
By far the biggest challenge was to ensure a close position without anyone finding out.
"They decided destination wedding with a derogation, and said visitors to pack with an island chic wedding and passport," said Garcia.
The target of surprise? Richard Branson's private island in the British Virgin Islands. And private was perfect, but there were still concerns.
"Helicopters and Paparazzi around the island ... for us who are desperate, "Lachey said. "Do we really want to happen."
So I have something guaranteed to stop it.
"Our shoot Fireworks licenses — the FAA would not allow any type of aircraft over the area if there is a license," Sacks said.