‘Our MAFS co-stars will attend our real life wedding – we can’t wait for everyone to be together’

Married At First Sight stars Tayah Victoria and Adam Aveling met during the 2021 series and have been together ever since. Next month the couple will walk down the aisle for the second time and say 'I do' in front of their co-stars and loved ones.

Tayah and Adam, both 27, immediately hit it off during their time on MAFS, growing as a couple through every commitment ceremony and challenge thrown their way. So much so that towards the end of the series Adam got down on one knee to officially ask Tayah to marry him.

Just two days after filming ended the loved-up pair moved in together and have spent the last two years renovating their pad in Doncaster. They have a cockapoo called River and in October 2022 welcomed their first child together, a girl called Beau Emily Aveling.

With their relationship being one of the rare success stories from MAFS, Tayah and Adam spoke exclusively to OK! about their "real wedding" taking place in December this year. On the guest list of 80 people are their MAFS co-stars and the couple said will be "special" to have everyone together again.

Talking ahead of their big day Tayah told us: "We've got 80 guests for our wedding and a few of the cast members are coming to the evening of our wedding including Maz, Franky, Bob, Amy and Megan.

"Alexis was going to come but unfortunately can't because I think she's coming back from holiday. It'll be special to be together again, at a wedding."

She continued: "This wedding will be a lot more special, we could only have six people at our MAFS wedding so I'm looking forward to having all of our friends and family in the same room celebrating such a magical day."

Sharing details of their big day Adam said: "It's going to be a magical day, a Christmas wedding and everyone will dressed up in black tie."

"I wanted a really romantic theme, really cosy, so lots of candles, white flowers,"Tayah added.

The bride said they "don't have much of a colour theme" but some will also be wearing "velvet suits" for the nuptials while her three bridesmaids will be in sage dresses. Tayah said she has chosen a "completely different" wedding dress compared to her "understated" MAFS one, which she hinted is more "bougie".

When asked if there are any similarities between their MAFS wedding and their upcoming nuptials, the bride revealed: "We did want to get married at the same venue as before but we thought when it's in the UK you can never predict the weather.

"Where we are getting married it's all enclosed, all in the same building so no one needs to arrange any travel or go outside in the cold, that's what we loved about the venue.

"The MAFS wedding was outside, which was beautiful, but if we went down that path again if it was a rainy day it would have ruined the ceremony."

Adam went on to add they're tying the knot at a "big old stately home" and said: "As soon as went to look around we knew straight away, it's really beautiful."

"It's got log fires the place we're getting married in so if people are chilly they can sit with a glass of wine by the log fire," Tayah added.

Asked if their MAFS wedding takes away the nerves from their official wedding day they both agreed and said "yes". The groom explained: "I think because we've it in a more pressured environment and this is the homecoming."

"Actually making it legal", Tayah added. "I'm more excited, I'm not nervous in the slightest and I think that's down to the show."

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