Hayley Bloomingdale, heiress to the famous department store chain, tied the knot this weekend—just a week after attending her pal Princess Eugenie's wedding. The London-based bride and her husband, Dada Stileman, said their I do's on Saturday in Santa Barbara, California. And as you can imagine, the wedding was nothing short of stunning.
According to the Daily Mail, Bloomingdale and Stileman married in a traditional church ceremony before holding their reception at the Four Seasons Hotel Biltmore, a celebration which included dozens of fashion A-listers such as Indré Rockefeller and Valerie Macaulay.
Bloomingdale, who is the communications director at Modus Operandi, was stunning in her ivory Carolina Herrera wedding dress, complete with a V-neckline and a full skirt which was adorned with dozens of intricately embroidered flowers. The bride shared a lovely snapshot featuring her gorgeous gown to Instagram, writing in the caption, "This total dreamboat is my husband!!" (See it here!) The day prior, she also posted a peek at her rehearsal dinner dress—a lacy red frock from Johanna Ortiz.
After attending Princess Eugenie's wedding (which she also shared on Instagram), it seems that Bloomingdale might have taken a bit of wedding inspiration from her royal friend. Similar to Princess Eugenie's wedding, Bloomingdale's also had a children-only bridal party, seen in photos on the Daily Mail. According to the tabloid, the little ones were mostly well-behaved on the big day, except for two pageboys who were spotted removing their shoes right before the wedding photos were taken. We feel ya, boys.
In addition to the royal-inspired wedding party, the bride's bouquet was also seemingly influenced by royal tradition. The posy featured lily of the valley, a popular flower in royal wedding bouquets, seen in both Kate Middleton's and Meghan Markle's bouquets.
The couple got engaged just eight months ago during a trip in February to the Lake District, a popular vacation destination in North West England. Bloomingdale announced her nuptial news on Instagram, writing, "I said 'let’s take a rock from the top to remember this ridiculous mountain you made me climb!' ...turned out he had one in his pocket the whole time! (I still said yes even though he proposed to me while I was wearing hiking gear."