As for Jeezy’s look, he called on tailor Teofilo Flor and stylist Chris Shelby to create his one of a kind champagne blush suit. He accessorized the look with a black pocket square. 

Additionally, guests, who were tested for COVID twice prior to the ceremony, wore off-white. As they entered, they were asked to leave their phones at the door, allowing them to live in the moment and prevent the news from leaking.

When it came to the actual ceremony, Jeannie honored her heritage by incorporating a Vietnamese tea ceremony led by her brother. Jeannie shared, “In this ceremony, we honored our parents by pouring tea as a gesture to welcome Jeezy into my family, and me into his. Then we paid our respects to our parents and ancestors by bowing four times, each one symbolizing a significant gift in the life that they have provided us with.”

Following their nuptials, the bride and groom danced to a live jazz band, before their family and friends gave speeches. Jeannie’s mom even gave her own special performance.