Brittany Cartwright, a SUR (Sexy Unique Restaurant) hostess, and Jax Taylor, a SUR bartender, were married in a castle in Versailles over the weekend and the lavish, star-studded festivities (Lance Bass officiated) were covered by People Magazine, proving that with the right sponsorship deals, anything is possible. Ok, so the castle was in Versailles, Kentucky not France and instead of shouting “let them eat cake” to her guests, Brittany probably yodeled “the beer cheese fountain is open, y’all!”. And yes, I hear the chorus of owls “who, who, who, whoooo.. who, who, whooo“-ing a stirring rendition of Beethoven’s 9th symphony. Brittany and Jax are cast members on Vanderpump Rules.
People can exclusively report that “Taylor, 39, and Cartwright, 30, said “I do” in a magical, fairy-tale themed ceremony in front of 240 guests”. Thanks to months of doubling up on tummy tea paid ads on Instagram, Brittany “felt like a princess in a Netta BenShabu gown that transformed into three different looks throughout the night” while Jax looked like a ventriloquist’s dummy in a tuxedo by Jack Victor.
According to People, Lisa Vanderpump was initially supposed to officiate but was unable to at the last minute due to a death in the family. However, she still managed to make it to the event and Lance was able to step in to officiate. So much drama, it’s almost as if this entire wedding was scripted in advance.
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.
“He’s become one of our really, really great friends, and he has really stepped up for us in this moment when we needed somebody. He stepped up and is such a nice, kind person,” Cartwright said, adding that SUR restaurateur Lisa Vanderpump is “obviously is so happy that Lance is doing it for us.”
I bet she’s happy with the added star power, especially if she’s going to be ditching Bravo and shopping VPR to other networks. If she was really smart she would have made sure 50 Cent got an invite too and was seated next to Lala Kent and her fiance Randall Emmitt whose claim to fame previous to being digitally knee capped by Fifty was being the inspiration behind the Turtle character on Entourage. #winning?
After the ceremony and dinner, “everyone moved into the castle’s ballroom for a late-night party, dancing to a DJ and noshing on food from Hooters, where Cartwright was employed when she met her future husband in Las Vegas”. We’ll probably have to wait until the next season of VPR airs to find out all the messy details of that party, but in the meantime here’s Lance (barely) earning his sponsorship check.