Candace Cameron Bure & Jodie Sweetin Speak “Fuller Home” Ending
There was a full home in attendance on Jodie Sweetin and Mescal Wasilewski‘s wedding ceremony day!
The actress, 40, and her fiancé have been married in a non-public ceremony at a house in Malibu, Calif. on July 30, her rep confirmed to E! Information. In keeping with People, the longtime lovebirds have been joined on their special occasion by 50 company, together with Jodie’s Full Home castmates John Stamos, Candace Cameron Bure and Andrea Barber.
“I do know I’ve the appropriate associate for the remainder of no matter life brings me,” Jodie instructed the outlet. “I could not be extra grateful.”
On the special occasion, Jodie wore a shocking, white lace wedding ceremony robe from Lili Bridals with a glowing choker and floral hairpin. Mescal sported a black tuxedo, full with a powder blue pocket sq. and matching tie.
The pair, who got engaged in January, saved their festivities candy and easy. Jodie walked down the aisle along with her father Sam, whereas her two daughters—Zoie, 14, and Beatrix, 11—stood at their mother’s facet whereas she and Mescal stated, “I do.”
“Mescal makes me really feel completely snug and safe to shine as brilliant as I must,” Jodie instructed Individuals. “He steps up and reveals up for my ladies. And we harmonize so properly. He is actually one of the best teammate I may ask for.”
Jodie, who has been married thrice earlier than, and Mescal started a long-distance relationship again in 2017. Mescal later moved from New York to Los Angeles in 2020 to be nearer to Jodie, the journal reported.
Originally of the 12 months, the pair revealed on Instagram that they’d gotten engaged simply days earlier than Jodie’s fortieth birthday on January 19.
“I really like you Mescal, for at all times. You are my particular person,” Jodie wrote on her January 17 post, which featured her new diamond formed engagement ring. “I can not wait to see the life that lies forward for us. Here is to us, @ghostfacelito and our lifetime of adventures. Collectively.”
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