If there's one thing that Fall 2017 Bridal Fashion Week taught us, it's that lace won't be going anywhere anytime soon. The traditional wedding dress fabric is still dominating the runways and wedding aisles after countless decades. Why, you ask? Because, as model and wellness coach Melissa Wood just proved with her stunning frock, there are still countless fresh ways to rock luxe lace. Wood just recently tied the night with famous nightclub owner Noah Tepperberg in a chic and classic wedding at the Plaza Hotel, where the brunette beauty wore a lace bridal gown we're positively dying over!
What better place for a New York City nightlife mogul to get hitched than an iconic NYC landmark like the Plaza Hotel? According to Page Six, last Sunday, the city's glitterati — including Paris and Nicky Hilton, Swizz Beatz, Busta Rhymes, Tiesto, NBA star Rony Seikaly, Dylan Lauren, OITNB star Jackie Cruz, Wilmer Valderrama, and Mario Lopez — all headed to the Plaza to witness Wood and Tepperberg say their "I do's." The couple was pronounced officially wed under a traditional chuppah covered in lush white blooms with their one-year-old son by their side in a teeny tiny tuxedo. And while we're obsessed with their little one's totally adorbs pint-sized suit, it was his mom's big day ensemble that has swooning.
On her wedding day, Wood donned a beautiful Berta wedding dress in a fitted mermaid silhouette. Featuring feminine lacy fabric, a sweetheart neckline, double spaghetti straps, and a low-cut back, the wedding dress is seriously to die for. And of course, its sultry cut makes it totally party ready! (The woman did just marry a nightclub owner, after all!)
If one thing is sure, Tepperberg knows how to party so it's no surprise that his wedding reception was a celebration of epic portions. Paris Hilton herself reportedly delivered a toast for the pair, Kygo performed "We Light Up the World" for their first dance, tables were adorned with towering centerpieces, and the venue space even included a graffiti portrait of the newlyweds. Oh, and the after-party went on until five in the morning. Naturally.