Beach Babes: Inside Model Tori Praver and Surfer Danny Fuller's Hawaiian Wedding

Tori Praver and Danny Fuller's Hawaii wedding

Photo: Courtesy of Tori Praver via Instagram

Swimsuit model Tori Praver and professional surfer Danny Fuller got married last month, and finally we're getting an insider look at their ultra romantic Hawaiian wedding! When a couple this cool ties the knot, you can rest-assured there were some swoon-worthy wedding details: Beachy hair waves, a flowy custom-made wedding dress, and a surreal outdoor wedding ceremony venue. Praver and Fuller had all of those stylish elements and more at their October 5, 2013 nuptials in Danny's hometown of Kauai, Hawaii. Thanks to exclusive photos featured in Vogue, we have Praver's personal thoughts on her big day, as well as stunning pictures of the newlyweds.

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The pair, who met on a blind date in 2006, got engaged in February 2012 when Fuller proposed on their annual snowboarding trip to Whistler, Canada. He popped the question with a gorgeous gold engagement ring by Helen Ficalora, that featured a round-cut diamond. The classic jewel is pictured alongside their gold Helen Ficalora wedding rings in the slideshow.

For their wedding, on Kauai's Pila'a bluff, Praver wore a custom wedding dress by swimsuit queen and bohemian fashion designer Mara Hoffman, which the bride described as "simple, clean, and sleek." Her wavy hair was topped off with an ethereal flower crown. Praver's bridesmaids donned Flynn Skye dresses by Amber Farr, while the couple's then seven-month-old daughter wore a frock by Stone Cold Fox (and had a mini flower crown of her own!). To top it off, Fuller sported a very Hawaiian-style white suit and long green lei. All together, the ensembles were perfect for the rustic, outdoor ceremony.

Wedding photo of Tori Praver and Danny Fuller

Photo: Courtesy of Tori Praver via Instagram

The reception took place in a tent, where the 225 guests dined on organic food and received sea salt gifts. "I wanted something not too formal—a bit rustic, yet elegant," Praver told Vogue. "It was important to me that our wedding have a fun, laidback, Hawaiian vibe." The newlyweds had their first dance to "That's How Strong Love Is" by Otis Redding.

Brides planning a destination wedding in Hawaii should definitely take a cue from Praver and Fuller's "I dos," which skillfully blended romance and the beach with a bohemian twist. We loved every detail, but especially how happy both of them look in all of their photos. Congratulations to the newlyweds!

—Terri Pous

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