All Saturday, Taylor and Cartwright were sharing little snippets of their imminent nuptials on social media. In the most touching share, Taylor paid homage to his late father, Ronald Cauchi -- who died in Dec. 2017 -- by saving him a seat in the front row.
"My dad, always early. ??," Taylor captioned the photo.
ET caught up with the couple several times in the months leading up to their special day, with Cartwright sharing in December how she had found her dream wedding dress on her first day of looking.
“I did not mean to, but the very first place I went to I actually found a dress,” she said. “I'm not gonna just announce the designer and stuff just yet because I don't want [Jax] to know anything about it. Whenever I walk down the aisle, that's gonna be the first time he sees it or knows anything about what it looks like.”
In January, the couple addressed whether they were planning to sign a prenup during an appearance on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen.
The couple got engaged in June 2018, with Taylor, 39, telling ET he was so nervous, he blacked out when it came time to pop the question, having already asked for Cartwright’s parents’ blessing.
“I was beyond nervous,” he confessed. “I blacked out and I've never blacked out in my life -- even drinking [a lot]. I literally blacked out for a good five, six seconds after I asked! I had to sit down and I was like, I'm panicking. That took a lot. That was a lot. And it wasn't because I was nervous about asking her. I didn't realize how much... this is a big deal.”
“I knew it was coming close, though, or like, soon, 'cause he started asking for pictures of the rings,” Cartwright added. “But I didn't expect it to happen that early, I don't think, in the summer. It happened perfectly, but I was thinking it would be later, maybe.”
Cartwright enjoyed a Great Gatsby-themed bridal shower in April, and the following month, the couple told ET they were planning to take Taylor’s legal name (Cauchi) in honor of his late father, Ronald Cauchi, after the wedding.
“It’ll be our family name,” Taylor shared. “Our -- for sure -- our kids will have my last name.”