Reality TV-watching romantics who have followed NeNe and Gregg Leake’s relationship through the heartache of divorce and the happiness of their reconciliation on The Real Housewives of Atlanta are cordially invited to follow their walk down the aisle as cameras capture the glamor of their $1.8 million dollar I do’s in the new Bravo docu-series I Dream of NeNe: The Wedding.
From stress to success, viewers can see each step of the process as the Bravo network bride creates her fantasy ceremony, which Life & Style magazine reports took place in the presence of 400 guests on June 22nd at the InterContinental Buckhead Hotel in Atlanta, and enjoy a virtual front row seat when NeNe makes her way to the altar in a Baracci gown to receive a 10-carat diamond wedding band to accompany her 15-carat diamond engagement ring.
NeNe offers fans a look back at the first time she tied the knot with husband Gregg:
Bravo will unveil I Dream of NeNe: The Wedding on September 17th at 9 p.m. ET/PT, one hour prior to the premiere of the new reality series The New Atlanta, which takes a peek into both the professional and personal lives of the cast:
A recent college graduate, Alexandra Dilworth is seen and heard in Atlanta’s hot Electronic Dance Music scene. A self-proclaimed “daddy’s girl,” Alexandra is on the look-out for a husband who will be able to accommodate her current luxurious lifestyle.
She may look like the girl next door, but Emily Lipman is a force to be reckoned with on her hunt for love. A successful boutique owner, she has quickly emerged as a new leader in Atlanta’s growing fashion industry.
An actress, singer and model, Africa Miranda is turning heads in Atlanta as the co-creator of the live concept show “The Lipstick Junkies” and the face of several international hair campaigns.
A partner in an event promotion company, Tribble Reese always has the scoop on the hottest parties in town. An up-and-comer in Atlanta’s entertainment industry, this former arena football quarterback knows what it takes to score on the field but is also looking for a touchdown in love.
Known in Atlanta’s bustling music industry as the “Go-to-Guy” for artist development and discovering new raw talent, Jevon “Vawn” Sims is writing a book promoting his theories on love and romance.
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