The tennis mega star married beau Alexis Ohanian (co-founder of Reddit) in a Beauty and the Beast-themed ceremony at the Contemporary Arts Center in New Orleans! Her dress, designed by none other than Alexander McQueen. I would say the wedding was a total grand slam!
Serena seems to be a big fan of the movie as the guests were welcomed to the tune of Our Guest from the Disney movie. Venus Williams, Ciara, Kim Kardashian, Kelly Rowland, Beyoncé, La La Anthony, Eva Longoria and her husband José Bastón were in attendance!
I loved the pictures from their wedding shoot, taken by their talented photographer.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are to marry on May 19, 2018. The wedding is to take place at the Windsor Castle. While there is no confirmation on her designer of choice, in the past she was dressed by Ralph & Russo for her engagement photo session.
I personally hope she would turn to someone like Maison Margiela or Misha Nonoo (her close friend) for the wedding day!
As for her bridesmaids – Priyanka Chopra, Serena Williams, Misha Nonoo and Jessica Mulroney are all names that have been suggested i the media, but we can only wait and watch!
Here’s a compilation of gowns that I would love to see on the princess!
Source: Vogue UK
Ok, so we’ve all seen a lot of celebrity weddings and being in this business, I’ve seen a lot of weddings in general. But this wedding, of Hilary Duff, to me stands out above the rest.
Her dress was an original Vera Wang
fit for a princess.
Ok, so out of all the celebrity weddings I’ve seen, by far, my favorite decor of any celeb wedding is this one. I love all of the antique hanging lamps, swagged fabric draping, and the garden-y feel of many of today’s weddings. It was over the top but not in a stuffy way, it was romantic, and warm & inviting.
The fabulous folks over at Fantasy Frostings
did this wedding cake, and I love that it’s a unique spin on a traditional white cake. So unique.
Fun Fact: She was the same age I was when I got married.
The photo I loved the most in this wedding is the photo of the bride with her bridesmaids, each in their own unique dress. I absolutely love this trend and if I got married all over again I would definitely let my girls pick their own dresses based on their own styles & budgets.
The bride’s Marchesa
gown was simple, elegant & romantic.
And who doesn’t love nuptials in wine country?