This sporty white style was one of three bikinis Julianne wore on Friday for another day of fun in the sun with her family and close friends.
The Bridal Bikini Wave
Julianne and Brooks hosted a weekend of activities for their guests at Lake Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, which included a full day of water sports on Thursday. The bride, seen here in a tassel embellished Revolve x Beach Riot swimsuit, was clearly prepared for whatever the weekend had in store.
The Notebook 2.0
For her next swimsuit moment, Julianne went retro in a green-and-white gingham two-piece from Reformation. Yes, this looks like a scene out of a film, and yes, you can shop the exact style below!
Buy It! Reformation “Camino” bikini top, $78; reformation.com
Buy It! Reformation “Mandalay” bikini bottoms, $78; reformation.com
On Friday night, the bride wore a bohemian Leanne Marshall wedding dress for her rehearsal dinner, plus a Janessa Leone hat and Jennifer Meyer jewelry. And her groom kept it simple in khakis and a short-sleeve button-down worn over a crisp polo.
Julianne selected a romantic, strapless Yolan Cris dress with floral appliqués, teamed with Aldo shoes and Jennifer Meyer jewelry for her welcome dinner on Thursday night.
“Julianne’s been to the [Golden] Globes, the Oscars, the SAGs … everything! It was really quite hard and I think the one thing we both talked about and felt we really wanted to find was to find something that felt really classic, really elegant and really clean,” stylist, Anita Patrickson tells PeopleStyle of developing Hough’s wedding wardrobe alongside the star, adding that they started the process in December 2016. “We wanted something very fresh, and something she would not look back on in 10 years time and say, ‘Oh God what was I thinking?.’”
The duo and her close friend worked closely with the design team at Marchesa to reach the end goal: a strapless gown which was crafted using over 20 yards of silk radzimir and featured 37 buttons down the back. She paired the look with a tiered tulle Marchesa veil and Lorraine Schwartz earrings.
“From the start, Julianne had a clear vision on what she wanted and we worked closely with her to create her dream ceremony and reception dresses,” Marchesa’s Georgina Chapman tells PeopleStyle.
As for her something blue, the designers stitched “Custom Marchesa for Julianne” inside her dress.
Brooks complemented his bride in a classic Brooks Brothers tuxedo.
“Jules had really done the work in finding the inspiration pictures for the reception dress,” Patrickson says of the sheer, three-piece Marchesa design the bride wore to the reception. “Jules wanted to party and dance and get crazy which is why we came up with this idea of three different looks in one. It was something a little bit different but Marchesa really ran with us as well and they came up with a lot of it and we just all worked together as a team, which was really cool.”
First Julianne lost the cape, and eventually the skirt even came off.
“She had no idea what was going on, we sat her in the chair, and the music comes on and we started doing the routine,” Julianne’s hairstylist and close friend Riawna Capri tells PeopleStyle. “After that dance, she was so excited, she was standing on the chair, and that’s when we did another hair change and a skirt change. Anita [Patrickson] helped get the skirt off, and I’m taking out all the bobby pins from her faux bob and then putting her hair down so she was just free in her bodysuit with her long blonde hair down.”
It's All in the Details
Julianne wore a pair of custom white Schutz platforms down the aisle, but for the reception she changed into these Marchesa shoes and also carried her new custom “Laich” clutch, courtesy Edie Parker.