"Essex House New York embodied the essence and sensibilities I wanted in my wedding—the grand old New York," says the bride.
"We said we were going to do two things that day: marry each other and have a big, fun party," says the bride.
A horse-drawn carriage brought the bride to the ceremony site, an open field at the base of the mountains aptly-dubbed Paradise.
"It was very important for our cultures to be a part of the wedding weekend," the bride says.
The bride envisioned a white wedding, where everything looked "fresh and crisp," with just the slightest hint of green.
"Louis and I were smiling from ear to ear non-stop from the moment we woke up until we fell asleep," the bride said.
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