Grace & Michael in Atlantic City, NJ\\nWith a springtime storm roiling outside, Mother Nature adds a dramatic element to one couple's waterfront wedding.\\nWhen Grace and Michael awoke on the morning of their wedding, a thunderous storm was raging outside. Though their wedding venue, One Atlantic, was right on the water, luckily it was completely indoors—so the couple remained calm. \\"In the end, the storm provided a really dramatic backdrop for our photos,\\" says Grace.\\nThe bride wore a strapless Simone Carvalli gown.\\nShe accessorized with Badgley Mischka heels.\\nMichael sported a Calvin Klein tuxedo, while bridesmaids wore peridot-colored Priscilla of Boston dresses.\\nThe bridesmaids carried bouquets of roses, stock, and craspedia.\\nThe 4 p.m. ceremony was held in the Atlantic Room, where floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the ocean afforded guests a glimpse of the churning waves below. Grace was escorted down the aisle by her brother, Daniel.\\n\\n\\n\\nSeveral of the bride's family members, including Grace's mother, dressed in traditional Korean attire.\\nThe couple changed into Korean clothing for the *pae baek*, a traditional tea ceremony performed at weddings. Held in the venue's lobby, the event coincided with cocktail hour, where guests enjoyed a variety of hors d'oeuvres, including mini hamburgers and crab cake sandwiches.\\nFollowing the *pae baek*, everyone returned to the Atlantic Room for the reception.\\nTables displayed candlelit lanterns on tufts of moss along with metallic letters.\\nThe letters, from Urban Outfitters, served as table markers. All flowers were by Chester's Plants & Flowers.\\nThe dinner menu featured red snapper with soy ginger glaze and filet mignon with wild mushroom and port sauce, followed by slices of the red velvet wedding cake. All catering was provided by the venue.\\nGrace and Michael chose \\"Lucky\\" from the Glee soundtrack for their first dance. Music was spun by a DJ from The Remixologists.\\nLater, the newlyweds listened as wedding party members offered poignant toasts. \\"There were spectacular lightning flashes throughout the speeches,\\" recalls Grace. \\"That added even more drama to an already emotional evening.\\"