Photo: Helena Bordon via Instagram
Forget a wedding weekend. When you're one of Brazil's top fashion bloggers, you have a wedding month! (Anything to wear another couture wedding dress, right?) Model and street style star Helena Bordon just celebrated her second wedding day, tying the knot again with Humberto Meirelles — this time in a sandy and sunny destination bash in St. Barths.
Earlier this month, Bordon walked down the aisle in São Paulo, Brazil's St. Joseph Church to wed her financier beau, according to The Daily Mail. For wedding day #1, the blonde beauty pulled out a blast from the past, donning her mother's Valentino wedding gown for her own big day. And no need to worry if the recycled frock was still in style. Bordon's mother is none other than Donata Meirelles, style director of Vogue Brazil, after all. Like mother like fashionable daughter, right? Bordon paired the beaded sheath with a dramatic lace cathedral veil and after the "I do's," the glowing newlyweds headed to the bride's parents' home for an intimate reception lunch with 100 of their guests. The guest list of their second round of vows was a little more lengthy, as Brazil's fashion royalty descended upon the island of St. Barths for a destination "I do" party two weeks later.
For the past few days, Bordon, her new hubby, and their party crew have been living it up in the St. Barth's sun and (thankfully!) posting all the details on Instagram. Bordon was seen frolicking in the sand wearing a crop top that proudly stated her "Bride" status, before walking down the aisle for the second time with her sweetheart.
The street style star slipped on a slinky wedding dress by designer Francisco Costa, perfect for the seaside locale. The perfect pair tied the knot (again) under a canopy decked out in gauzy white fabric, creamy blooms, and lush greenery. After the couple had their "I do" re-do, Bordon and her hubby dined seaside, with tables adorned with purple orchids, under palm trees and romantic string lights.
Hey, their "I do's" were so nice, could you blame them for wanting to say them twice?