Teresa Giudice joins Melissa Gorga’s son Gino for epic first communion

TV personalities Melissa Gorga, Joe Gorga and son Gino Gorga attend the Nike/Levi's Kids Rock! fashion show during Spring 2016 New York Fashion Week at the The Dock, Skylight at Moynihan Station on September 10, 2015 in New York City. Craig Barritt/Getty Images for Nike/Levi's

Melissa and Joe Gorga celebrated their 8-year-old son Gino Gorga‘s first communion in an epic way. The Montville residents arrived at ‘RHONJ’ favorite Fresco restaurant in Montclair dressed to the nines for Gino’s big day. The Gorga’s were joined by Joe’s older sister Teresa Giudice and three of her four daughters.

Before arriving at Fresco, the Gorga’s took a sweet family photo together. Melissa and daughter Antonia matched in beautiful white dresses, while the boys (Joe with sons Gino and Joey Jr.) looked dapper in coordinating neutral colors. Gino looked all grown up in a grey suit, blue striped shirt and purple tie.

Gino's 1st Holy Communion! ???????? We Love you!

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Ginos communion! My snapchat is on ???????????? right now!!

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Teresa posted a string of photos to her Instagram, gushing over how proud she was of her nephew and godson, Gino. The Real Housewives of New Jersey star wore a formfitting tan dress with black-beaded embroidery, while her daughters wore pretty dresses that I would even want in my closet.

With my handsome Godson Gino God bless on his First Holy Communion❤️????

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my beautiful girls and I celebrating Gino's communion today???? missing my sweet gabriella, good luck at your game my love!

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Melissa, who chronicled the entire event on Snapchat, enlisted none other than her friend the Cake Boss Buddy Valastro‘s Carlo’s Bakery in Hoboken to make the cake for the night. Gino’s cake was baked in the shape of a baby-blue cross, with rosary beads on it that read, “God bless Gino.”