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JWoww: I’ve got two wedding dresses!

Published 07/05/2015


Jenni ‘JWoww’ Farley is planning to wear two dresses at her October wedding to Roger Mathews – one for the ceremony and a “fun, light” one for the reception.

The former Jersey Shore star, whose real name is Jenni Farley, is set to wed Roger Mathews on October 18 in New Jersey.

And to ensure that her big day is as enjoyable as possible, JWoww, 29, is planning to wear a huge princess gown for the ceremony before changing into a more dance-friendly dress later in the day.

“It’s going to be like the super-princess-glamour one that I would never be able to walk around in for hours,” she told People.

“At the reception I want to do something fun and light. Just have fun in it and be able to dance and move, and get fat in it too!”

Jenni’s main gown will be designed by Stephen Yearick, who is putting the final touches to her dress before she sees it in all its glory in July.

And while Jenni will no doubt enjoy the chance to be the beautiful bride at her nuptials, there will also be another little lady who will be courting attention – Jenni and Roger’s daughter Meilani.

The tot will be walking down the aisle ahead of her mother, as a little flower girl.

“She’ll be about 15 months at that point, so she’ll be rocking and rolling,” Jenni said. “Her dress will be very similar to mine. Similar fabric, only the basic kind of square-cut baby girl dress with a little bow around it, something super cute.”

JWoww also revealed that her wedding is set to be a black tie affair.

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