Whitney Wolfe has spent most of her career helping people find “the one.” Therefore, it is fair that she has a romantic wedding day. Whitney and her husband, Michal Herd had a magnificent wedding ceremony at the Villa Treville in Positano. This is found along the Amalfi Coast of Italy. Michael is a Texas, oil heir. The two of them met in the year 2014 on Valentine’s Day. They then got engaged in July of 2107. Their wedding hashtag, #homeiswheretheherdis, was played off from the husband’s second name. The bride’s gown was from Oscar De La Renta. The venue was candlelit enabling the guests to have a clear view of the Italian coast.
After the wedding ceremony, the bride changed into a slip dress that was silk and cream in color. This was for the evening party. There was plenty of food and drinks for the guests. The venue for the reception had a canopy of the lemon trees. This was a complement of lemon accents that were on the dinner table and menu. They had one massive single tier wedding cake that was topped with fresh fruits.
Whitney Wolfe is an entrepreneur from America. She founded Bumble and is the CEO of the company. As of April 2016, Bumble was found to be the fourth most popular dating app on a monthly user base. In 2014, Wolfe was listed among the 30 most influential women in the tech world who are below 30 years. She was also named in Elle’s women in tech. In 2017, Wolfe was found to be among those in the Forbes 30 under 30.
Whitney wolf was born to property developer, Michael. Her mother, Kelly, was a housewife. She was born when her parents were staying in Salt Lake City, Utah. She went to the Southern Methodist University. Here, she was able to major in International Studies. While she was in school, she began doing business. She sold the bamboo tote bags that was a benefit to those areas that were affected by the oil spill of BP. She then later formed a partnership with the celebrity stylist Patrick Aufdenkamp. They created an organization that was non-profit, known as “Help Us Project.” The bags were then able to receive national press when celebrities like Nicole Richie were photographed with the bags. When Wolfe graduated, she went to Southeast of Asia and worked in the orphanages there.
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