After getting engaged in Italy, the couple decided on a beach wedding with European flavor. "I wanted it to be whimsical and relaxed but elegant," says Jacqueline.
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In keeping with the wedding palette, arriving guests were welcomed with pink lemonade. Many sported pastel-colored sunglasses from their welcome totes.
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Hydrangeas, lisianthus, dendrobium, orchids, and roses decorated the ceremony. For the reception, colorful snapdragons, stargazers, and garden roses created "an enchanted garden" feel that Jacqueline wanted.
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The Bride Wore
Jacqueline's gown and veil are by Monique Lhuillier. "It was very intricate, like a doily—light and perfect for the Bahamas," Jacqueline says of her romantic and beachy attire.
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The Bridesmaids Wore
Jacqueline, who owns a small dress company, designed the flowy pastel attendants' dresses.
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This tent in the Versailles Gardens had space for 142 guests. Tea lights on tables and hanging cantina lights filled the venue with an otherworldly glow.