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“So we tried to keep that in mind and ended up drinking white wine and merging the groomsmen and bridesmaids into two connected suites at the villa and dancing in the rain until about p.m.
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 could not have been more in love with it, and are so happy that’s how it worked out,” she said.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.They also personalized the gifts by adding their monogram on basically everything inside (and outside) of the wicker tote!While the bride's wedding weekend attire was nothing short of extraordinary, the main look was a standout on its own.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.
"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.
"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.
“We wanted the weekend to be as much of a surprise to us as to our guests,” Whitney said.