Married in Style\nOn the first anniversary of her wedding, W’s fashion market and accessories director takes a look back on her big day.\nFor 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.\nShoe 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.\nMy 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.\nPaola 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.\nMy brother Carlos walked me into the church looking handsome in a Michael Bastian ensemble.\nMy husband’s face upon seeing me for the first time in the church was priceless!\nI wanted to keep the decoration in the church simple—I love the elegance of baby’s breath.\nWe’re finally married! Photo by Hans Neumann.\nWe took pictures before the party at the Hacienda’s neo-classical style chapel.\nMy friend from Ciudad Juarez, Irma Bravo, a talented calligrapher, made my minimalist place cards.\nThe 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.\nThe 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.\nMy twin nieces were my flower girls, and Gloria Strettell, Anne Christensen's daughter, sat at the children’s table with them.\nThe ushers wore traditional Yucatan dress.\nHere 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.\nMore wedding guests, W contributors Anna Bauer, Karen Kaiser, and Bridget Fleming.\nTim Walker, Hamish Bowles, Armand Limnander, and Jonathan Debusk.\nMy niece at the end of the night in the lounge area.\nThe engine room at the Hacienda was illuminated at night.\nThe party started at 4 p.m. and we were the last to leave at 2 a.m. Good night!