Believing that weddings ought not bring out the bridezilla in each of us, Stone Fox Bride — a high-fashion boutique in Manhattan — was founded on the principle that planning a wedding is also a process of self-discovery. Molly Guy, creative director at SFB, is our source for the nontraditional bride.
UPDATE: This post was originally published on April 4.
It's been a long
time since the old-fashioned era when husband and wife ran off after the ceremony into a sea of rice, then consummated their love awkwardly in some high-up hotel room in starched white sheets. These days, after the "I do's," cocktail hour, requisite speeches, sit-down dinners, and cutting of cake, newlyweds are likely to kiss the old folks goodbye, kick off their shoes, and get the party started. As in turn up the music, turn down the lights, take off some clothes, kick back, and get down. From Frank Sinatra to Fiddler On The Roof
, from opera to gypsy bands, copious wine-drinking and howling at the moon, here's how some of our fave Stone Fox Brides and Grooms got down and dirty once Mom and Dad went to bed.