Wildflower Linen’s “Diana Chair Covers with Rhinestones” take a front seat at the Wedding Nuptials of Shannen Doherty’s wedding featured in US Weekly Magazine.
Last month in late October,Shannen Doherty wed celebrity photographer Kurt Iswarienko in Malibu ceremony. The pair walked down the aisle at sunset in front of 100 of their closest friends and family, and the event is set to air during an upcoming untitled WEtv reality series.
With Wedding Planner and Designer, David Tuteraat hand, Shannen’s Wedding was nothing but fabulous! Caterer Nathaniel Neubauer served the 162 guests rib eye, branzino and beef and vegetable empanadas. Late night, guests downed truffle-infused deep-fried mac ‘n’ cheese squares!
Wildflower Linen shows off one of their designer table linen rentals and chair cover rentals – Iridescent Taffeta Diana Chivari Chair Covers – WHITE with Rhinestones.
For more info about the whole evening, read this Excerpt from Life and Style Weekly:
In front of 150 of their closest friends and family, former 90210 star Shannen Doherty said “I do” to longtime partner and photographer Kurt Iswarienko at a private mansion in Malibu on Oct. 15.
“Shannen, whose father passed away in November of 2010, walked herself down the aisle in a long Monique Lhuillier ruffled dress with a maroon waistband that matched a maroon flower pinned onto Kurt’s suit,” a wedding guest reveals to Life & Style. “The flower girls matched in black dresses with maroon accents.”
The guest also reveals that the lavish touches started even before the ceremony. “Everyone was picked up at the Malibu Riding and Tennis Club and shuttled to the private estate. Then they were all taken to the ceremony by a golf cart.”
Shannen even changed into a second Lhuillier number, which she described as “blush with lots and lots of tulle.”
Following the ceremony, everyone enjoyed a cocktail hour outside underneath gorgeous chandeliers hanging from trees and sipped on a specialty cocktail called Yours Truly, which is ZYR vodka, Xante pear liqueur, pomegranate juice and champagne served in a champagne flute. The concoction was made especially for Shannen by celebrity mixologist James Moreland. “There was also a cigar tent for the men nearby, where guests took home cigars with Shannen’s new initials wrapped around it,” the guest tells Life & Style. “And the women enjoyed a ‘make your own perfume’ area.”
As for the reception, no expense was spared when it came to party planner David Tutera’s creative and elegant decor. Guests were surrounded by red and white roses and sat on chairs created by Wildflower Linen with ruffled bustles while dining on huge rib-eye steaks that chefs grilled outside.
And since all good things come in threes, Shannon changed yet again into a tight-fitting knee-length dress with a slit up the side for the reception.
“Over a dozen musicians were set up on an orchestra stage along with a DJ,” says the guest. “The bride and groom’s first dance was to “My Baby Just Cares for Me” by Nina Simone, and they later cut the cake to Johnny Cash’s “Ring of Fire.”
The party lasted well past 2 a.m., and cameras captured the spectacular event for Shannen’s upcoming reality show, The Shannen Doherty Project, on WEtv.