From the pre-wedding jitters to the first official kiss, all of Jenny and Donnie’s moments were captured in an amazing and super romantic photo album. Take a look inside their rose-covered, super romantic ceremony here!
Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg tied the knot in a 20-minute ceremony in front of 90 of their closest friends and family on Aug. 31 — and now we get to see it all go down. From Donnie getting down on the dance floor with Sherri Shephard, to Jenny posing adorably with her 12-year-old son, Evan, before hanging with New Kid on the Block, here is every big moment.
Jenny McCarthy & Donnie Wahlberg’s Wedding Album
Before saying his “I do’s,” Donnie got ready with Jenny’s son, Evan, 12, who gave his mom away. In one photo, we see Donnie wearing a white-ribbed tank (shocker), helping Evan get ready! After the ceremony, Jenny and her son leaned in for an adorable mother-son pic!
In another photo, we see their first dance — which was to “Edelweiss” from Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The Sound of Music!
The wedding took place right outside of Chicago in St. Charles Ill. at Hotel Baker, which was decorated in black, white and red everything. We get to see the setting — from the classy alter to the amazing head table (where they served sushi, filet mignon, lobster and had an open bar. To honor their hometowns of Chicago and Boston, they later ordered a deep-dish pizza.) For dessert was a white cake decorated with edible roses made by All Chocolate Kitchen. It towered to their height and had alternating layers of vanilla, chocolate and red velvet.
Of course, we all know they both can dance and that’s what they did — one photo captures her with a black sequined top hat! Another shows View co-host Sherri, dancing on Donnie! They definitely had fun — he even took off her garter (and showed his red socks)!
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