The second wedding will be held at the 49-year-old actor’s home in the coastal town of Riceboro, Georgia, just outside Savannah, according to TMZ.
The two-story mansion has four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms, and there are two smaller properties on the grounds with additional bedrooms for guests.
According to a source close to Bennifer, the pair will host a wedding and party for their loved ones. The insider was cited as stating, “The newlyweds plan on holding a more significant celebration so they can celebrate with family and friends.
The couple has not yet planned a honeymoon, but J.Lopez claims that ‘every day with Ben is a honeymoon.’ The insider added that when the pair started dating again, the singer realized Affleck was the one.
“Jennifer had genuinely thought this was it since they rekindled their romance. She is eager to experience old age with Ben. With Ben, she is content and joyful. She was at a loss for what more to ask for. She believes everything is ideal, “Source disclosed.
According to TMZ, the second ceremony will take place in the coming weeks. Lopez was also said to have recently flown to Georgia to inspect the property and discuss the plans with her manager, Benny Medina, who was said to be on site with the singer.
The significant event will include Lopez’s 14-year-old twins Max and Emme (whom she shares with her ex-husband, musician Marc Anthony), her mother Guadalupe, her father David, and her sisters Lynda and Leslie.
Her close pals in the entertainment industry, including Leah Remini, Jane Fonda, and Renee Zellweger, will likely attend the event.
Affleck’s three children, Violet (16), Seraphina (13), and Samuel (10) (with former actress-wife Jennifer Garner), will also attend the ceremony.
Casey Affleck, Affleck’s actor-director brother, Chris Affleck, and industry friends Matt Damon and George Clooney are also expected to attend the second ceremony.
The celebrity couple married in a low-key ceremony in Las Vegas. The singer revealed the details of her wedding at A Little White Chapel in her ‘On the J. Lopez’ newsletter on Sunday.
The couple, who met on the set of the 2003 film Gigli, got engaged in November 2002. After receiving too much media attention, the couple postponed their wedding plans in 2003 and kept things low-key. They called it quits soon after, in 2004.