- Stassi Schroeder Clark and Beau Clark got married for the second time on Thursday.
- Schroeder Clark wore a custom Galia Lahav gown to their Italian nuptials.
- The couple got legally married in 2020.
Stassi Schroeder Clark and Beau Clark are saying ‘I do’ again on Thursday.
Schroeder Clark, 33, and Clark, 42, are celebrating their marriage in Italy after legally getting married in October 2020 amid the pandemic. At the time, Schroeder Clark was pregnant with their daughter Hartford, who they are welcomed in January 2021.
Now, the couple is finally enjoying their postponed wedding with a multi-day celebration.
Schroeder Clark wore a custom Galia Lahav gown to the wedding ceremony on Thursday, as she shared in an Instagram post of her “first look” photos with Clark.
The Magnolia dress had an A-line cut and was made entirely of tulle.
Sheer, off-the-shoulder sleeves complemented the full skirt. Schroeder Clark paired the gown with a floor-length veil and Nicole Rose Kopelman jewelry.
Schroeder Clark wore another Galia Lahav gown to her rehearsal dinner on Wednesday, as she shared in another Instagram post.
The strapless Anna gown had a sweetheart neckline and a thigh-high slit.
“It was an absolute dreamy experience to work with Stassi on her fairytale wedding and make her bridal visions come to life,” Galia Lahav’s lead designer, Sharon Sever, said in a statement sent to Insider.
“Seeing her in her custom Magnolia gown and the Anna dress is just magical – a full-circle moment,” he added.
Many of Schroeder Clark’s former castmates on “Vanderpump Rules” appear to be missing from her wedding celebrations so far, with the exception of Maloney-Schwartz, Kristina Kelly, and Maloney-Schwartz’s estranged husband Tom Schwartzwho posted a video and photos to his Instagram story from Rome on Wednesday.
Doute was noticeably absent from the festivities, as she was posting from Hawaii on her Instagram story.
Schroeder Clark and Doute were fired from Bravo in 2020 after Black former costar Faith Stowers said during an Instagram Live that Schroeder Clark and Doute falsely accused her of robbery and called the police. Doute and Schroeder Clark apologized at the time.