90 Day Fiancé stars, Biniyam Shibre and Ariela Weinberg, have finally gotten married!
Ariela first met Biniyam in 2019 while she was traveling the world, and they quickly fell in love. Since then, the two have appeared on different spin-offs of 90 Day Fiancé where they have gone through a lot of ups and downs while fighting for their love. The couple finally got married in a beautiful and intimate ceremony during the July 31 episode of 90 Day Fiancé. Ari and Bini were joined by family and friends to celebrate their special moment. Bini’s family couldn’t make it to the wedding so they attended via Zoom.
Ari, 31, said during a confessional that it was a leap of fate getting married to Bini since they were from two completely distant worlds. “While I recognize that the road ahead for Bini and I is not going to be easy and that nothing magical [has] happened where overnight everything is perfect, in Bini and I’s situation — where we come from totally different backgrounds and we couldn’t be more different — deciding to get married to one another is definitely taking a leap of faith.”
Biniyam, 33, also expressed how lonely he was before the wedding. The aspiring MMA fighter said to the cameras, “Of course, I miss my family so bad, but I’m so happy to be here because now I have my own family with Avi and Ari. That’s my dream, that’s like my everything.” Despite their fears and sadness for those not in attendance, the two got married in a beautiful wedding. Ari vowed to work on their relationship and only focus on the positives. “We don’t know what the future holds but I definitely think this family’s going to have a lot more adventures in the future,” she said.
Watch the wedding clip below!
In an interview with US Weekly in August 2021, the couple admitted that planning their wedding was harder than they thought it would be. Ari said that her husband was a party person. “He likes a big wedding, a big party and he likes to go all out.” However, on Bini’s side, he said he is used to big weddings since that is how they do it at home. “In my culture, if you have to do a wedding, you have to do a big wedding. Like, your mother’s side, your father’s side. … That’s how I grew up.”