"The Real Housewives of Miami" wrapped its third season with a wedding fit for the entire "Real Housewives" franchise. No, really. Joanna Krupa's ceremony included warnings specifically for her castmates, and they're warnings that would have served other "Housewives" weddings -- and parties for that matter -- very well.
“Refrain from drinking long enough to ensure there will be no catfights at this wedding," said the minister.
As for the vows, the couple wrote their own, but Romain was too choked up to read his. The minister read them for him. Joanna managed to get through hers, saying, "I knew you were my soulmate since the moment I saw you smile. All our friends know, we are not the average couple. We get a little crazy ... We don’t pretend to be something we’re not, and that’s why I love you.”
Buddy TV's Gina Pusateri was surprised the ceremony went off without a hitch -- the disclaimer worked! -- but noted that it was still over the top. Joanna's dress had a long train, but an incredibly short front, while there were 30,000 flowers at the ceremony. All of this came with quite a pricetag. Us Weekly reports the wedding cost $1 million. And that sweet couture "mullet" dress? That was $30,000.
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