Whitney Port and Tim Rosenman
The bride chose to tie the knot in a Pinterest inspired wedding set-up in California.
Whitney Port and Tim Rosenman opted for a modern take on a traditional wedding. The former The Hills star tied the knot with Tim on 7th November 2015 in Palm Springs, California.
The Stunning Wedding Dress
The modern wedding reflected in Whitney’s super stylish wedding dress wherein she showed off her legs in a custom-made waterfall hemline dress with a short front and long train designed by Beirut-based Ashi Studio. The dress was inspired by a vintage chandelier from Venice and Florence. The top of the dress featured lace with silver embroidery and off-white pearls. and beaded design.
The Bridal Jewellery
Whitney let the gown speak for itself and accessorized with white gold, pearl, and diamond earrings by Delfina Delettrez, originally owned by Tims mother. At the end of the ceremony, she had a new piece of jewellery around her ring finger in the form of three Tacori wedding bands.
Simple and Elegant Makeup & Hair
Makeup artist Phoebe Ogan gave Whitney a dewy look with soft shades of peach, rose, and pinks on her lips, eyes, and cheeks and kept the look natural. Whitney’s hair was styled in a casual bun by Kylee Heath with a fern accent to keep it away from the detailed dress.
The Bridal Shoes
She opted for white shoes with a block and clear heel and a sheer panel with white floral embroidery.
The Wedding Elements
The chic wedding invitations were designed by Wedding Paper Divas, with calligraphy by Brown Fox Calligraphy. Whitney also designed palm leaf silk robes for her bridesmaids. An all white wedding decor with a hint of gold and black was designed by Pow Wow, whereas the stunning tabletop decor was designed by Hostess Haven. Whitney chose to add pineapple as an element to her decor as it symbolizes hospitality.
The Wedding Vows
Instead of choosing to see each other for the first time at the altar, Whitney and Tim opted for a first look shoot before the guests get to see them. The couple then chose to share their own, personalized vows against the stunning sunset backdrop.
The Wedding Pudding and Gourmet Cuisine
Keeping the modern wedding theme in mind, the couple chose bread pudding with brioche from Gjusta with bourbon caramel sauce and a vanilla bean ice cream and salted caramel budino, instead of a traditional wedding cake. The guests were welcomed with a display of fresh coconuts with gold foil straws provided by Barcon to sip on prior to the ceremony.
The couple treated their guests with an amazing spread from gourmet caterers Urban Palate. The raw bar featured an assortment of oysters, shrimp, snow crab claws, clams, and mussels. At the reception, the guests were greeted with a delicious cheese and bread spread.
Photos Courtesy: Hannah Costello