Jersey Shore star shares intimate photos of her wedding

The TV star tied the knot with her longtime partner, whom she shares two children with, over the weekend.

After a Great Gatsby-themed bridal shower about four months ago, Jersey Shore star, Nicole Polizzi aka Snooki, walked down the aisle with her fiance, Jionni LaValle, on Saturday, November 29, 2014.

The wedding was held at a Catholic church in East Hanover, New Jersey. Within hours of tying the knot, the petite star shared exclusive photos of the ceremony on social media and on her website.

She also talked about being "hungover" with her new husband. "Hungover with my husband. (That will not grow old)," she tweeted on Sunday. "Getting McDonalds and being slobs together. Waiting for [US TV show] Walking Dead tonight."

Her bridesmaids were co-stars, Jenni "JWoww" Farley and Samantha "Sweetheart" Giancola. Guests celebrated the wedding with a reception at The Venetian banquet hall in Garfield, New Jersey.

Snooki was the first to share the good news on Twitter, announcing to her followers that she had tied the knot.

"I DO! I'm officially MARRIED to Jionni... #nicoleandjionni," she wrote.

The 27-year-old couple got engaged in March 2012. They have two children, 2-year-old son, Lorenzo and a 2-month-old daughter, Giovanna.


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