Kandi Burruss’ wedding dress has finally been revealed! The Real Housewives of Atlanta star sold her wedding photos to InTouch exclusively. The bride wore a stunning sequin and cutout gown with 12-foot ostrich feather train. Her custom Reco Chapple gown is valued at $20,000.
Kandi’s bridesmaids were her closest friends. Tamera Wynn, Carmon Cambrice, Tiny (TI & Tiny Show), Fantasia Barrino (R & B Singer), Phaedra Parks (RHOA), Joyce Dallas and Rasheeda Frost (Love & Hip Hop Atlanta).
Kandi kept details of her nuptials hush hush. The entire internet was wiped clean of all wedding photos however All About The Tea managed to get our hands on a super exclusive photo of the wedding day. Thank you loyal supporter, Reality Suxx.
Below is a photo of RHOA star and bridesmaid Phaedra Parks, Fashion Queens star Derek J, R&B singer and bridesmaid Fantasia and Fantasia’s date.
Mama Joyce attended the wedding but just days after the ceremony she had some very unflattering things to say about her son-in-law. Mama Joyce did an interview with toofab and had the following to say:
“Doesn’t make no difference if I’m happy or not, she’s the one that has to live with him. I did everything I could do. If she’s jumping in the river with sharks, she’s gonna get chewed up. People show you their best when you’re dating them. So if she’s seeing the best now, the worst is yet to come. His mom said she didn’t see no reason for him to have to sign [pre-nup] because they were in love. He was the one who didn’t have a damn thing, but that’s another story. But from what I understand, he did sign.
As we reported yesterday, Kandi and Todd’s wedding will be featured on their Bravo wedding spin-off show, The Real Housewives of Atlanta: Kandi’s Wedding is the current working title. The show’s theme will center around the family drama that played out in season six of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Kandi and Todd have decided to move forward and tie the knot. Each episode follows Kandi and Todd as they plan a larger-than-life Coming to America-themed wedding ceremony, signifying the couple’s initial introduction in Africa.