Morgan Curtis and Thomas Mahl wed at the Finca Cortesin Hotel in the tiny Andalusian town of Casares, Spain. The reception was held in an olive tree grove where two long wooden overlooked the sea and fairy-light curtains hung from the hotel archways. The service of Chryseis Tan and Faliq Nasimuddin’s Japanese wedding was held by the 800-year old koi pond at the Four Seasons Kyoto. The aisle was lined with pampas grass and flowers in pale pink tones. Shirley Chen and Nick Haslett’s decided to wed Amangiri resort in Utah—a property surrounded by national parks Horsehoe Bend, Bryce Canyon, and Monument Valley—because it was both “both vast and intimate,” said Chen. “It felt immediately true to Nick and me with its minimal, modern architecture set in a timeless, nostalgic landscape. Being there is a bit like feeling at home on Mars.” Kristen O’Neill and Brett Shapiro’s ceremony took place at Villa Treville, the beloved Amalfi coast hotel with a private beach and sweeping views of the Tyrrhenian Sea. “The grounds of the hotel are very natural and lush,” says Krissy. “I wanted the aesthetic for the weekend to reflect that. I didn’t want to transform the space into something it’s not.”
Caitlin Mociun and Tammer’s wedding took place at Il Convento di Santa Maria di Costantinopol, a former convent, turned hotel. The reception was held at a gazebo in a rose garden, and the reception took place by the pool. In a break from tradition, the bride wore a colorful-striped ballgown from Carolina Herrera rather than a classic white dress. “The scenery is absolutely breathtaking, and the first time we saw it in person we fell in love with the boho vibes and gorgeous beach. We knew that having our own private section of the hotel would make our celebration feel even more special,” Malin Ackerman says of why she chose Tulum, the Yucatan Peninsula beach region, for her 2018 wedding. Rob Thomas played for guests while tamales, esquites, and tacos were served up as snacks on the beach.
In the wedding seen around Instagram, Chiara Ferragni, founder of “The Blond Salad,” wed the Italian Rapper “Fedez” at a remote 19th-century palazzo in Sicily. The ceremony took place outside at the estate under a canopy of white roses, hydrangeas, and greenery. Katie Lee and Ryan Biegel chose the quiet Amalfi town of Nerano for their dolce vita wedding, where a welcome party was held on a sailboat at sunset, the ceremony on a dock out on the crystalline waters, and the reception at local restaurant Lo Scoglio. Naturally, plenty of pizza was served. Elizabeth Ball and David Molotsky chose the Relais & Châteaux hotel Il Borro for their Tuscan nuptials, where the bride’s father drove her to the chapel in a vintage Fiat. At the reception, Tuscan filet mignon and sea bass were served at one long table with low flowers and a sea of candles down the middle. J. Brooks and Yann Coatanlem chose the Château de la Bourdaisière, a 15th-century French castle, for their elegant nuptials. “With its lavish gardens, it was an obvious choice,” noted Brooks. The reception was held in the château’s first room, a historic stone space with vaulted ceilings, and during dancing, there was even a crepe station.
6 Easy Step To Grab This Product:
- Click the button “Buy this shirt”
- Choose your style: men, women, toddlers, …
- Pic Any color you like!
- Choose size.
- Enter the delivery address.
- Wait for your shirt and let’s take a photograph.
This product belong to duc-truong