LOOK: Highlights from Anne Curtis and Erwan Heussaff’s charming countryside wedding
After getting engaged in December 2016, Anne Curtis was asked about wedding plans. She told ABS-CBN in February 2017 that it wasn’t going to be “over the top” but it would be “charming.”
Take a look at how the couple made their countryside wedding classy and personal.
The wedding was held in New Zealand.
The couple loves a good adventure—they’ve been traveling almost their entire relationship—and the fresh air and picturesque views of New Zealand’s Queenstown were perfect for the start of a new journey together.
Bubbly Anne was a “chill bride.”
Says BFF Georgina Wilson.
No pictures were allowed during the ceremony itself.
Respect for Jim.
Guests stayed fashionable in the below 10-degree weather.
The cold weather’s no excuse to not look cool.
The reception was at Walter Peak Station, a sprawling farmland.
Guests got a bonus cruise on a lake.
Tables were named after music festivals that the couple had visited.
Coachella, Burning Man and Wanderland, to name a few.
Anne’s dad James Curtis-Smith said it’s a good thing Erwan has culinary skills.
“You’re going to need them,” he told his son-in-law.
Erwan’s father Louis Heussaff wants 10 (!) grandsons.
He already has two from his first daughter, Vanessa.
Their three-tiered cake featured their pets.
Together they have six fur-children.
Luis Manzano and Nicole Andersson hosted the reception.
Luis had promised Anne that he would be her man of honor.
Matchmaker Isabelle Daza gave a rollercoaster of a speech with a slideshow.
The wedding party was laughing and crying, according to attendees’ Instagram Stories.
Erwan stripteased for his bride.
It was totally PG.
The couple referenced each other’s showbiz alter-egos in their vows.
“Today I vow to be your humble co-star in the realest love story ever told,” Erwan said.
“I promise to love the Fat Kid Inside, even if he comes out someday,” said Anne.
Congratulations, Anne and Erwan! JB
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