During previous vacations, the couple fell in love with the island and the hotel. "The hotel is so beautiful, and the water is such an amazing backdrop," Lisa says.
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The Bride Wore
Lisa's dream gown was a Marchesa strapless silk chiffon frock with a jeweled bodice. She wore Prada slingbacks and diamond-and-emerald earrings. "When I walked, the dress moved with me and had life," she says. "I am dyeing it black so I can wear it again!"
The Flower Girl Wore
The daughter of Lisa's best friend wore a cotton eyelet dress from Classy Kids in Englewood, New Jersey.
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The Groom Wore
Ryan's charcoal gray suit is by Michael Andrews Bespoke in New York City. To fit his 6'4" frame, the groom needed a custom creation.
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Lisa and Ryan exchanged vows by an infinity pool with 180-degree views of the ocean.
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Lisa's all-white bouquet matched the monochromatic theme, including tall pillars with a mix of white flowers at the end of the aisle.
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“Anguilla is so laid-back. We wanted to capture that same feeling and have everyone be relaxed but in a fabulous setting.”
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Candles on mirrors and hurricane vases with floating orchids adorned Cobà, the Viceroy's restaurant overlooking the water. "I wanted no assigned seating and to have it feel just like a party," Lisa says. Guests dined on grilled crawfish, skirt steak, and lobster tails.
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The hotel's pastry chef re-created the couple's favorite Pillsbury Funfetti cake, decorated with a cascade of fondant confetti. "I insisted on using the boxed mix so that it would taste exactly as I know it should," Lisa says.
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Lisa and Ryan stayed at the Viceroy, in a penthouse with views of Meads Bay Beach. "The three of us—including our French bulldog and ringbearer, Bacon—would lie in the sun and relax and just be a family," Lisa says.