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Bundy knew she wanted to wear a flower crown (hers is from Crown Collective) to add “a whimsical and vintage feel ชุด เจ้าสาว 2014 to the look.” So she parted her hair in the middle and styled it in pin waves by using  Kadus  hair products and  Queen C hair clip in extensions for fullness and length. She chose a custom Sherri Hill gown for the ceremony , but switched to something a little more dance-friendly for her elaborate flash mob she planned for the reception. (She performed the 8-minute, 10-song number alongside fellow Broadway stars as a surprise for Hinkle!) The white mini (also by Sherri Hill) featured all-over beading with star burst appliqués and a swingy, fringe hem. “I almost loved my second dress more than my first,” she tells PeopleStyle. “I love a short fringe dress. Let me tell you, I shook my booty in that thing all night!” She returned to the designer again to create her bridesmaids dresses, which were all blush-colored, but varied in styles based on what her ladies wanted. As for the guys, Hinkle wore a custom suit by Trunk Club Couture and his groomsmen wore Theory Suits by Trunk Club. RELATED PHOTOS: Editors’ Picks: Shoes I Can Actually Dance All Night In Their wedding bands were designed by Peter Generales from Generales & Generales in L.A. (the same jeweler that created her blinding engagement ring ).

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