Whitney Wolfe is the CEO and founder of Bumble, a dating app. She has flourished at matchmaking with her unique dating app that has over 20 million users and only allows connections when a woman makes the first move. Interestingly, Whitney Wolfe also took the lead in her relationship with Michael Herd, which culminated in their fabulous wedding on the Amalfi Coast.
Planning the Wedding
Whitney Wolfe and Michael Herd planned for their dream wedding in a venue that neither of them had visited before. Whitney explained that the two were planning to hold a surprise wedding to them and the guests scheduled to attend. She trusted her wedding planner to deliver the best event and they delivered just that. She revealed that her friends recommended the venue of their wedding, Villa Tre Ville. The couple wanted their wedding to be a nonstop party, full of fun and celebrate southern Italy.
A number of luxe weddings have been held I the past and then there are weddings which redefine the name luxe in its entirety. Whitney Wolfe’s wedding belonged to the latter. The wedding was characterized with an arena-style seating, a number of yachts and nothing less than six changes of designer outfits. The wedding was held in Villa Tre Ville along the Amalfi Coast but they kept its coverage on social media at a bare minimum.Whitney Wolfe enlisted the services of Cynthia Cook Smith, a wedding stylist who has worked on a number of prolific weddings. The stylist was charged with maintaining her looks throughout the four days. She wore designer dresses on all the four days. On the first night on a Thursday, she wore a couture Giambattista Valli. On Friday, she chose a silk blue Oscar de la Renta. In the evening she came out in a Saint Laurent sequined dress. She wore an Oscar de la Renta couture lace gown that featured a four foot train and changed into two more dresses later on.
About Whitney Wolfe and Bumble
Whitney Wolfe is an entrepreneur based in America. She is currently the CEO of Bumble, a dating app she founded. She has won a number of accolades for her work in the tech industry. She founded Bumble together with Andrey Andreev, the founder of a social networking site, Badoo. Together they launched Bumble in 2014. Whitney Wolfe went to the Southern Methodist University and did a major in International Studies. She developed Bumble as a result of the online harassment that women and herself in particular are subjected to.