Stacey rocked a bridal gown made by the designer Portia & Scarlett, which is believed to be worth over $2,112.
The blonde mother-of-two paired the dress with Louboutin heels, which were worth $1,500.
We aren't even slightly surprised!
Stacey has been called a 'gold digger' throughout the entire experiment, and it was revealed during an episode that she can afford her luxurious lifestyle because of her ex, former Rebels bikie boss Shane Michael Smith.
"You’ve got a Rolex and a Givenchy bag, I’m gonna be really honest. How do you afford that?" the casting agent asked Stacey in her audition tape, which she watched Michael.
"You might want to ask my ex," she said, laughing.
However, she has since come out and said that she attained her wealth from her deceased father and brother.
She allegedly "put the money into a family trust", which she used to start several business ventures in South Australia.
Stacey and her ex share two children together. She told WHO recently that: "I met him when I was really young – 19 – through mutual friends and I wasn’t aware of his lifestyle but I fell for him so quickly.
"He treated me so nicely, he was beautiful, loving, and I fell pregnant really quickly to him with our first son. At the time, I didn’t realise he actually had charges from ages ago that had come up – assault charges.
"I stood by him when he ended up going to jail while I was pregnant, and then my brother died [in a motorbike crash] the day my son was born. But Shane rang me every hour to make sure I was OK. He had his friends checking in on me. He’s honestly the greatest person … and I think he’s really ashamed of his past."
During Sunday night's final vows episode, Stacey and Michael committed themselves to one another as the show comes to an end. However, with Michael jet-setting off to Melbourne for three months for work, a long-distance relationship is on the cards.
What we know now is that the pair are no longer together.