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“We wanted the weekend to be as much of a surprise to us as to our guests,” Whitney said.
“I trusted our incredible planner to bring our vision to life at a place I had never been, and she and her team did an exceptional job.”Keep reading to see how Whitney and Michael's magical Italian wedding came to life, as captured by the talented Aaron Delesie!
We made an executive decision to pull everything together at the last minute.”And it did come together, with one minor glitch.
The ceremony location—a grassy cliff overlooking the water—was now soaking wet!
Whitney and Michael had a clear vision for their destination wedding: They wanted it to be a nonstop party and a true celebration of their venue, southern Italy.
Villa Tre Ville—which came highly recommend by their local planner and friends who had visited the area—was the center of the weekend's festivities.
The couple's colorful welcome bags were again a celebration of their destination, with Limoncello in hand-painted “Limoncello Herd” ceramic bottles, lemon chocolate from Sicily, and mini bottles of Aperol Spritz.
On the big day itself, the bride woke up to a major surprise: The weather forecasted rain until 9 p.m.
that evening (and the area hadn't seen so much as an inch of rainfall in months! “In Italy, they say rain on your wedding day is symbolic of fresh beginnings, cleansing, a pure marriage, and also a wet knot that can’t be untied,” Whitney said.
The dating app queen has officially found her match!
Whitney Wolfe, the founder and CEO of Bumble, married Michael Herd (he's in the restaurant and oil and gas businesses) last month in an epic, fashion-filled weekend in Positano, Italy.
The wedding dress was a couture Oscar de la Renta gown, which was made of corded rose lace and featured a four-foot-long train with scalloped trim.