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  • For my wedding, my family rented a beautiful house owned by Hotel Casa Lecanda, which you can see in this shot of my custom Carolina Herrera gown.
  • Shoe designer Gianvito Rossi is a friend, and made me custom shoes; Carolina Herrera kindly gave me some extra lace so they’d match my dress perfectly.
  • My younger sister Veronica was instrumental in helping me get ready on the big day. Here she is with my mom in a custom-made green Juan Carlos Obando dress. Veronica wears Carolina Herrera.
  • Paola Bay, who designs the brand Zoraide, made me a great pair of silver heels to wear with my Nina Ricci dress for the evening party.
  • My brother Carlos walked me into the church looking handsome in a Michael Bastian ensemble.
  • My husband’s face upon seeing me for the first time in the church was priceless!
  • I wanted to keep the decoration in the church simple—I love the elegance of baby’s breath.
  • We’re finally married! Photo by Hans Neumann.
  • We took pictures before the party at the Hacienda’s neo-classical style chapel.
  • My friend from Ciudad Juarez, Irma Bravo, a talented calligrapher, made my minimalist place cards.
  • The climate in Merida, Mexico, is humid, so we had to prepare for rain. I wanted a simple tent so that it wouldn't compete with the surroundings.
  • The dessert table was so much fun—and the hand-painted ceiling in the corridor next to the garden was one of my favorite parts of the hacienda.
  • My twin nieces were my flower girls, and Gloria Strettell, Anne Christensen's daughter, sat at the children’s table with them.
  • The ushers wore traditional Yucatan dress.
  • Here is a team picture of W staff members with Editor in Chief Stefano Tonchi, who made the trip out with his sister and my friend, Isabella Tonchi.
  • More wedding guests, W contributors Anna Bauer, Karen Kaiser, and Bridget Fleming.
  • Tim Walker, Hamish Bowles, Armand Limnander, and Jonathan Debusk.
  • My niece at the end of the night in the lounge area.
  • The engine room at the Hacienda was illuminated at night.
  • The party started at 4 p.m. and we were the last to leave at 2 a.m. Good night!