A note from the bride: Take time for yourself before getting ready for the day. I did yoga and it relaxed me before seeing my husband for the first time. Additionally, take time to be with your partner after the ceremony—it may be the last time you’re alone together! Live in the moment and really try to remember how special this day is to your partner, family and friends--it's not just about you! Also, the bride's mood sets the tone. If you’re having fun and smiling despite a hiccup, everyone else will too. Finally, be very specific with your photographer. So many people end up unhappy with their pictures. Go to the location and have a clear vision of what you want and where. The more direction you provide the more likely you are to be happy with the end result!
wedding planner: Van Wyck & Van Wyck
something old: A ring from my husband from FD gallery
something new: Earrings from my mother in law from FD gallery
something borrowed: Earrings from my mother for the ceremony
something blue: Initials inside my dress and Olympia Le Tan clutch
pre-wedding workout: Yoga & pilates
bridesmaids: We wanted the girls to look like themselves so we chose white dresses all by different designers including Chloe, Valentino, Dolce & Gabbana, Self-Portrait, Temperley, and Oscar de la Renta.
rehearsal dinner: Louis Vuitton dress
welcome drinks: Gucci tropical print dress