"We didn’t want the reception to feel too 'wedding-ish' and decided not to use tablecloths, but showcase the beauty of the tiles instead," the bride said.
"One day, we hope to use these tiles in our future kids’ rooms—they’ll have such special meaning for us!
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.
Whitney accessorized with a coordinating cathedral-length veil, Gianvito Rossi heels, and Marlo Laz earrings (custom-made by her lifelong best friend, Jesse Lazowski).
The bride and groom teamed up with their wedding party to dry off the benches, and at p.m., guests sat down on (now dry! The seating was designed in a curved formation so everyone could see the couple and take in the view at the same time.
At that point, one of my bridesmaids, who is a meteorologist in Los Angeles, came running in saying it was going to clear that evening.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!First: Cynthia Cook Smith of Cynthia Cook Brides, who styled Whitney in Oscar de la Renta, Giambattista Valli, and Saint Laurent throughout the weekend's events.Next up was Diana Sorensen of Sugokuii Events, who handled everything in Positano—even booking a venue, Villa Tre Ville, the couple had never seen before!“We could not have been more in love with it, and are so happy that’s how it worked out,” she said.