The pair’s reported Jewish ceremony comes as she recently revealed that she and Joe will be having a legal marriage later as they wanted to enjoy a relaxed blessing at their home.
To mark the start of her new life as a bride, Stacey has also changed her name and previously revealed on Loose Women what it will be.
The panellists threw Stacey a “hen do” where they presented her with “something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue” before her special day.
Kaye Adams told viewers: “It’s not long now until she officially becomes Mrs Stacey Solomon-Swash.”
Stacey confirmed the name over the weekend when she took a break from Instagram and used her new name in a message for her followers: “Just wanted to take a moment to say. Thank you for your beautiful messages and the kindest well wishes ever.
“Thank you for all your advise and tips.
“One of the pieces of advise all of you told me was to soak it all in and enjoy every second because it’s over in a flash.”
“So I’m going to say goodbye to my phone for a few days,” Stacey went on. “And make sure I talk in every moment. The set up. The getting ready. The day. And the aftermath.
“I love you all lots and lots [heart emoji] Thank you for your kindness always. Lots and lots of love from. Joe. Harry. Zachary. Leighton. Rex & Rose – and me – soon to be Solomon Swash.”
According to MailOnline the pair’s wedding was attended by many famous faces including Linda Robson , 64, along with TOWIE stars Ricky Rayment, 31, and James ‘Arg’ Argent , 34 – who was said to have performed with his band.
A source told the publication: “Stacey and Joe had the best day of their lives. It was exactly everything they had hoped for, the weather was glorious, and they had a joyous day with their children and family.
They added: “It was also important to Stacey for her day to uphold her strong Jewish values, as well as be a modern and fun day for everyone
“They had always wanted their wedding to be just for them, at their home, and keeping their celebrations intimate did not disappoint.”