Yesterday, we shared the story of her engagement. Today, we’re thrilled to reveal Maggie Bride Dorothy Cascerceri’s stunning wedding! Dorothy wore our Juliette gown for her gorgeous beach-side wedding. “People always say when you meet your husband you just know,” Dorothy said. “It was like that with Jon, and it was like that with my wedding dress. I was all over the map with what I wanted, and more confused than ever, then the sales associate at Kleinfeld’s brought my dress out. I walked out into the main room, they put a veil on me, and I started crying. That’s when I knew.” We’re swooning over her pictures. See more below!
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Favorite part of the dress: “It’s hard to say… I absolutely loved the corset, but my favorite part was probably everything from the waist down. I mean… The skirt was just so dramatic, and in my opinion, a work of art. The way it photographed blew me away – an added bonus!”
Favorite wedding day moment: “Do I have to pick just one?! It was an epic day, perfect from morning to night. One of my favorite moments was seeing Jon for the first time for our ‘first look’ photos. He looked so handsome in his tux and was just smiling from ear to ear as I walked toward him, barefoot in the sand. Another favorite moment was walking down the aisle with my dad, seeing Jon’s smiling face at the end. It was probably the most emotional moment of the day for me.”
Advice for future brides: “If you can, make the day about you and your husband. Brides can get pressured into doing things they don’t want… We were very lucky in the fact that our parents were supportive, but not pushy. We really made the day about us, our story, our taste, our vision – and looking back, every part was very ‘us’. I would also urge brides to try not to waste any minute of the day being worries, mad, upset or anything negative. Each minute counts, so save the negativity for any other day of the year!”
Your wedding day in one word: “Perfect.”
First dance song: A ballad version of “Home” by Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros. “We didn’t want anything too lovey-dovey; that’s not our style. The words of this song really described us!”