Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright Wedding: Everything You Need To Know [Photos & Videos]

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Jax Taylor and Brittany Cartwright are married!

The Vanderpump Rules costars tied the knot in the bride’s home state Saturday evening.

The ceremony and reception took place at The Kentucky Castle. Individual venues on the castle grounds start at $1,575 and renting the entire castle for private use is over $30,000. The castle sits on 55 acres of sprawling greens.

Jax Taylor, 39, and Brittany Cartwright, 30, exchanged vows in a fairy-tale themed ceremony in front of 240 guests, including their reality show costars and Bravo-leberties like Southern Charm’s Shep Rose and Summer House alumni, Lauren Wirkus and Stephen McGee.

Jax Taylor

Their wedding bands were designed by Kyle Chan, the same designer behind Brittany’s jaw-dropping engagement ring.

Brittany’s wedding gown by Netta BenShabu transformed into three different looks throughout the night, while Taylor opted for a tuxedo by Jack Victor. Check out her 12 bridesmaids below. Her castmates: Scheana Shay, Ariana Madix, Stassi Schroeder, Kristen Doute, Lala Kent and Katie Maloney-Schwartz as matron of honor. They all wore blue dresses from Wtoo by Watters, and 13 groomsmen with Tom Sandoval and Tom Schwartz as best men, wore Jack Victor as well.

The bridesmaids received robes, slippers, sleep masks and more from the Victoria’s Secret Bridal Collection, and the groomsmen were gifted Givenchy sunglasses by Trendsavvy.

Lance Bass officiated the ceremony in the courtyard, surrounded by white, champagne and ivory-colored flowers. The ‘NSYNC boy-bander, 40, is also the groom’s business partner.

Jax Taylor

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star, Lisa Vanderpump, whose mother recently passed away, surprised the couple by attending the wedding despite her time of bereavement.  

Jax Taylor

During the ceremony, Brittany’s dad said a prayer and gave a blessing, while Jax paid tribute to his deceased father by reserving a seat in the front row of the ceremony with his dad’s photo. Jax’s father, Ronald Cauchi, died of cancer in December 2017.

The reception area was decorated with gold chandeliers and bright sunflowers. Dinner was filet mignon, chicken cordon bleu or exotic mushroom ravioli. They toasted the couple with blue champagne, to match the bridesmaids’ gowns, and cut a cake by Martine’s Pastries.

Check out videos below from the wedding.


Press play below to watch the couple’s first dance to Shania Twain’s “You’re Still The One.”


Food for the reception cocktail hour was catered by Hooters, where Brittany was employed when she met Jax in Las Vegas.

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