How's this for a romantic Valentine's Day weekend? Viola Davis just said her "I do's" to her hubby all over again! After 13 years of marriage, the Emmy award winning actress and her husband, Julius Tennon, celebrated their monumental anniversary and Valentine's Day with a vow renewal ceremony, according to Entertainment Tonight. But this wasn't just their second time down the aisle! Saturday marked the couple's third time saying their vows, making this an incredibly sweet Valentine's Day weekend for the pair! (Wedding cake always has a tendency to do that, doesn't it?)
Davis and Tennon wed back in 2003, where the* How to Get Away with Murder *actress kept things simple, wearing a skirt straight off the hanger from Express. However, for this jaunt down the aisle, Davis turned things up a notch. In an interview the actress did with InStyle, she revealed that she'd be donning a custom made dress designed by Carmen Marc Valvo. And this time around, the darling duo also had the cutest flower girl imaginable — their 5-year-old daughter, Genesis.
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"Mommy and Daddy are getting married again today!!!!!!! YAY!!!!" Davis wrote on Instagram before heading down the aisle, captioning a photo of her and her husband's daughter wearing an adorable neon pink tutu. Davis also previously posted a snapshot of their vow renewal invitations by Linen and Lace Designs, requesting cocktail attire of their wedding guests.
Last year, as plans began falling into place, Davis couldn't help but gush about remarrying the love of her life during an appearance on The Talk. "We're gonna renew our vows," explained the actress. "I have to gaze into his eyes and say lovely words. Which anyone who's been married for a long period of time realizes how it's almost more frightening after 13 years, because you have to really mean it. And you really do mean it. Marriage is a privilege. It's an honor to be his wife." Aww! If their vows were just half as sweet as that, it must have been a very happy Valentine's Day, indeed!