"Practicing for the big day," the 'Call Her Daddy' podcast host captioned her Instagram post
Alex Cooper doesn't want anyone to be left out of her wedding day.
On Sunday, the Call Her Daddy podcast host, 29, shared on Instagram how she and her fiancé Matt Kaplan, hosted a pre-wedding celebration for Kaplan's 100-year-old grandma who isn't able to travel to the actual wedding.
"Practicing for the big day🥺❤️," Cooper captioned a carousel of photos, including some of her wearing a white dress and holding a bouquet.
"We had a little pre-wedding celebration with Matt’s 100 yr old grandma last night. She sadly won’t be able to travel to our wedding so we wanted to make her feel special and a part of everything❤️ sobbing love you grandmommy. The daddy gang loves you too you legend (yes she’s wearing Chd sweats)," she continued.
In the post, Cooper, who got engaged to the CEO of Ace Entertainment in April 2023, included a picture of her posing alongside Kaplan's grandma, who's sitting in a chair holding up a glass of champagne.
She also showed off the wedding cake they served to celebrate. The cake featured rainbow sprinkles and a bride and groom wedding topper. Next to the cake was a piece of paper with old baby photos of Cooper and Kaplan, along with wedding-themed napkins.
In the last photo of the post, Cooper and Kaplan share a romantic kiss. The picture also captured Cooper's hairstyle, which she wore up in a claw clip.
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During an episode of Call Her Daddy in August, Cooper revealed more about the wedding planning process, including how she and Kaplan want a private, tropical wedding.
"I don't want it to be somewhere people can publicly consume our wedding," she said. “I don’t need Uncle Marty on his retirement trip in the background snorkeling belly up holding a f------ piña colada in my shot."
Cooper added that her priority is to be "present" on the big day.
"It’s so important to me that Matt and I actually have this day to ourselves," she said. "I would rather have every f------ person at our wedding have the worst goddamn time and Matt and I f------ thrive."
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