Guy Fieri’s Son Hunter and Fiancée Tara Bernstein Hint at Major Wedding Update

Hunter and Guy Fieri

Guy Fieri's eldest son Hunter is tying the knot with fiancée Tara Bernstein soon, but a peculiar new photo shared by Tara hints at a surprising update.

The couple recently attended a friend's wedding together, with the two looking stunning in complementary all-black outfits. The wedding took place in Cleveland, Ohio, and it looked like a fun event, with good weather and tasty food. Tara captioned the post, "celebrating love ❤️ congrats erin & yianni!"

But the sixth photo of the bunch was a cheeky little nod to Tara and Hunter's own wedding soon, with the former crossing out her last name Bernstein on her name tag to write Fieri. The move potentially had some people believing that the couple already got married, but Hunter cleared up any confusion in the comments, writing, "What an amazing weekend! Babe we’re next😉❤️😘."

Instead, Tara's crossed-out name seemed to confirm the bride-to-be's intention to change her name after marrying Hunter, becoming Tara Fieri.

Her soon-to-be brother-in-law Ryder Fieri also commented on the photos, making fun of a picture of Hunter posing with one finger up as he wrote, "Hello brother ☝🏻." In response, Tara commented, "hi brothaaaa."

Friends and fans complimented the couple in the comments as well, with replies like, "You two look good together 😍," "Stunning couple!! 😍," and "I look at you two and see pure happiness 😍🔥❤️."

Celebrity chef Fieri gave Brides an update about the wedding, sharing that Hunter and Tara are planning to get married in May 2025, and it will take place at the family's ranch, where Hunter proposed to his fiancée.

Describing the event, Fieri said, "We have this big pond, and in the center of the pond is an island with a big willow tree on it. The idea is to have Tara walk across the bridge and do the whole thing.”

Fieri also shared that his 18-year-old son Ryder will be Hunter's best man, while he was asked to officiate the ceremony—although Fieri was unsure if he would take on the role.

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