Whitney Wolfe Weds her Perfect Match

Whitney Wolfe has appeared in the Forbes 30 under 30 and also featured in the Elle’s women’s tec. Her success is due came from the development of an online dating application Bumble. She is the CEO of bumble and also the co-founder of tinder app. since the launch in 2014, bumble has managed to gain 14 million users, the application will soon be upgraded to BumbleBizz and BumbleBFF to help one find their friends. Whitney Wolfe was born in Salt Lake Utah and attended South Methodist University graduating in International relations.

This year Whitney Wolfe got married to her lover of many years Michael Herd, a successful entrepreneur as well, in a colorful wedding. What started out as friendship in a skiing trip soon developed to this young couples dream wedding. The two started dating on valentine’s day and got engaged two months later. When she visited Michael in their ranch back in Texas, Michael proposed to Wolfe in the sunset of Texas.

After the engagement, the two and their families set out on a trip to Italy to celebrate the engagement. At this point Wolfe was already in wedding mode, and although they didn’t have a perfect place to have their event she admits that they both fell in love with Positano. A friend of Whitney connected her to the amazing designer Cynthia Cook Smith. Wolfe has long adored her taste; Cynthia suggested that Diana Sorensen do the planning .they then proceeded to plan the wedding at Villa Tre Ville after recommendation by friends. They both wanted an event with, bougainvillea, vintage cars, and dinner in the lemon trees followed by dancing at Arena e Core.

Positano was dry two days after the arrival, but on the wedding day, there were some light showers. At some point, the wedding was postponed due to rain, but there wasn’t any venue to accommodate that type of people, so the marriage was pushed until 3 pm. The guests were seated until 7:30 and the ceremony had begun by 7:45.the aim of holding the wedding at Positano was to showcase the beauty of the location, from the flower fields to the custom-made white curve white benches for the guests and the incredible stretch of the sea from the village of Positano.

In the evening party, she changed into a Delphine Manivet satin slip dress and pale pink velvet Manolo Blahnik mules. The meals were served in a hotel which had colorful tiles the couples decided to import them. The wedding cake was served with mini Fragoline and Chantilly cream, and later Whitney changed to a beaded Naeem Khan dress for dancing. After the festivities they all retired to the Salone Bianca, inside, there was boudoir-tinted lighting, candles, and lanterns that brought in the Syrian- Moroccan decor. They managed to bring out the different cultural environment, and they danced until dawn having pasta and mini Caprese burgers.