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TV journalist Maria Menounos tied the knot to her husband, Keven Undergaro, for a second time-and it looks like for these two, second times the charm! The couple held a second ceremony and reception in Greece on Saturday, October 6, almost 10 months after they first tied the knot on Fox's live New Year's Eve broadcast in December 2017.
The two celebrated their rehearsal dinner on October 5 at Museum Restaurant, where the former E! host wore a forest green Veronica Beard dress and Stuart Weitzman heels.
For the affair, the bride worse a stunning ball gown, complete with hand-painted flowers designed by Celia Kritharioti. Kritharioti took to Instagram to share her stunning lace-covered, off-the-shoulder gown she designed for the bride.
вЂњFirst fitting in LA for @mariamenounos,вЂќ she wrote. вЂњOur warmest wishes to @mariamenounosand @undergaro for a lifetime of love and happiness! Maria is wearing Celia Kritharioti off the shoulder wedding creation made from silk organza with hand-painted flowers and veil made from silk tulle.вЂњ
Ahead of the wedding, Menounos took to social media to give her fans a little taste of her wedding day look.
вЂњTrying to figure out what we're going to do with our hair,вЂќ she said, while getting her hair styled on her big day. Menounos added a second video shortly after of herself wearing an elegant updo, writing, вЂњI kinda love it.вЂќ
She also added a clip of herself explaining the couple's choice to tie the knot a second time. "For anybody who doesn't understand, we did get married New Year's Eve, yes, but this is our, like, big official ceremony and reception in Greece, and so we're very excited,вЂќ she explained to followers.
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For her first wedding, the bride wore a Pronovias gown, which fit the cold-weather of the season.
вЂњYou have to think you're outside in Times Square, it's freezing, you need something beautiful but appropriate,вЂќ she told People at the time.