Megan Wollover married her comedian beau Tracy Morgan in a custom Ines Di Santo gown at an intimate ceremony in New Jersey on Sunday. The actor opted for a custom ivory Brioni tuxedo, which he paired with Ferragamo shoes.
Wollover’s off the shoulder ivory gown had a plunging neckline, which showed off her ample cleavage. The lace gown featured a fitted bodice and was cinched at the waist. The skirt had mermaid detailing.
The bride’s hair was pulled back tightly and styled into a high bun. Her makeup consisted of bronzer, eyeliner and a hint of lip gloss. She accessorized with a sleek diamond bracelet and long earrings. Wollover carried a bouquet of white flowers as she walked down the aisle.
The bride had five bridesmaids, who were dressed in blush-colored gowns. There were also five groomsmen wearing black tuxedos and ivory jackets, People reported. Morgan’s son Tracy Morgan Jr. served as bestman, while the couple’s 2-year-old daughter, Maven, was carried down the aisle as a flower girl, People reported. Wollover later slipped into a Stephen Yearick design for the reception.
The couple exchanged vows in the estate’s rustic barn chapel that had been transformed into an elegant space with a beautiful chandelier and a 12-ft. custom floral wall. There were 150 guests at their wedding, which came 14 months after the 46-year-old comedian suffered life-threatening injuries in a deadly car crash.
Morgan and Wollover’s big day was planned by Jenny Orsini, which was “opulent and sophisticated.” There were floral decorations all over with centrepiece designs having orchids, roses and hydrangeas, and textured accents throughout the room included crystals, candelabras and candles everywhere, per the bride's request.
“The décor was feminine and classic and exquisite without being over-the-top,” said Orsini. The pair’s wedding cake by Pink Cake Box was 5 -ft.-tall. There was also a cake for Morgan, shaped like a Rolex watch.
The elaborate menu consisted of salad with local blueberries and strawberries, filet mignon, Chilean sea bass and more, which was laid before the cake cutting. For the reception, guests were entertained by deejay Jay Dabhi. He spun a mix of contemporary and old-school tunes.