At the end of the night, the bride changed into her final dancing dress by Naeem Khan.Also, we have to note the monogrammed pillows and railing in the background of these photos.The scene was set with an amazing installation of greenery and bougainvillea up above, which was designed to coordinate with the existing florals on the property.The tile-topped tables were custom as each tile was locally hand-painted, based on a design from the 1950s.
Whitney and Michael first met IRL back in 2013, when they were both vacationing in Aspen for Christmas."It was very intimate and true to the area."“We had the most majestic, special ceremony ever, and there was not a dry eye on that cliff! After the couple was officially pronounced husband and wife, dozens of balloons were set off in the sky to celebrate the milestone.The reception took place on the outdoor terrace of Villa Tre Ville, which also features incredible views of Positano.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)."We were sailing around the coast with wedding location scouting on the brain—but we didn’t fall in love with anything until we arrived at Positano," she said.With their location set in Positano, the couple then began enlisting a pro team of vendors to put planning into motion.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!