To help plan their full wedding weekend, they hired Chive Events, which is run by "the most compassionate group of badass women" and "looks at the environmental and social impact every product they source for the event," Hannah says. "I think in the end, they walked out with as much trash as could fit in a cocktail glass—the rest they composted."
"We wanted to create a warm, intimate environment in some of the larger open spaces on the golf course, so we incorporated a lot of warm candlelight and lush floral arrangements to create a romantic, garden-feel throughout."
Since this might've be the only opportunity for Sara to wear a ballgown with a train, she took full advantage of that while shopping for her wedding dress. At a Monique Lhuillier trunk show at Carine's Bridal, she had her eye on colorful, floral, tulle gown. "It was dramatic, but not overwhelming, and would fit in beautifully with the flowers of the French countryside."
And as the two love food and nobody could say no to a Chinese-style banquet, they decided on hosting their #WildAtHart2019 wedding reception at China Blue in Manhattan. "The food is awesome, and the space is just unique and very theatrical," Doris says.
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At the end of the farm-to-table meal, the pair opted out of a wedding cake and went for Ben & Jerry's ice cream instead. "This was Jake’s one and only request. Oh, and he also wanted to be sure that the Ben and Jerry’s employees were not dressed up like the rest of the staff."
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