Real Housewives Of Atlanta star, Cynthia Bailey, 53, and Mike Hill, 50, were married in a lavish wedding ceremony at at the Governors Towne Club in Acworth, Georgia. People magazine had the exclusive.
“Mike and I are elated that today has finally come! 10/10/20 is and always will be our perfect date. We are not perfect, but, are perfect for each other.We are living in a very different time, and now more than ever we realize that life is too short, and to never take anything for granted. We are so grateful to have found each other. Love with the help of God conquers all,” Cynthia said.
Cynthia wore a gown by Nneka C. Alexander of Brides by Nona, shoes by Badgley Mischka shoes and a headpiece by Bridal Styles Boutique. The couple exchanged rings from Rockford Collection and Beverly Diamonds during the ceremony, the wedding planner as Courtney Ajinça.
Cynthia said ahead of her wedding, “This is not our first rodeo. Both Mike and I have been married before but we are ready to ride!”
And after self-isolating together for several months due to COVID-19, Mike, said they are more than ready to start their life together. “If we could survive that, we can survive anything together. We’re happy, we’re ready to go.”
The couple exchanged vows in front of 250 guests, including Bailey’s reality show costars Kandi Burruss, Kenya Moore and former RHOA castmate Eva Marcille, who served as bridesmaids.
“I couldn’t imagine my day without them,” Cynthia said.
And due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Cynthia and Mike put “strict” precautions in place to ensure the safety of their guests. Ahead of the wedding, Bailey and Hill hired a team to come and deep clean to the venue. And before entering the ceremony, guests were required to undergo temperature checks and asked to wash their hands. Once inside, they will be spaced out according to social-distancing guidelines.
“Everyone has to wash their hands before coming inside and we will have hand sanitizing stations throughout the venue. And everyone must be wearing a mask at all times, it’s not optional,” Cynthia said.
“We want to make people feel comfortable and not look irresponsible. We’re doing everything we possibly can,” Mike added.