Whitney Port hits up the Blo Blow Dry Bar opening in Washington D.C.
Whitney Port is gearing up to say “I do” to fiancé Tim Rosenman, but before she makes her highly anticipated walk down the aisle, the “City” star is spilling some details surrounding her upcoming nuptials. Like anyone who's ever been engaged can relate, finding the perfect backdrop for your unforgettable festivities is no easy task.
"We want to make it a full weekend celebration," the former MTV darling reveals to Brides magazine in their latest issue. "It's just difficult finding a place that's easy for everyone to get to and that won't require our guests to spend a lot of money.” The main quality the pair is looking for is “a fun environment for everyone,” she adds.
Whitney Port and Tim Rosenman take a casual stroll through NYC.
Rosenman, who met Port when he worked as an associate producer on “The City,” popped the big question in November. He understandably has a “strong opinion” about planning their special day, but when it comes to certain aspects that are clearly his ladylove’s forte, the groom is happy to let his future wife steer the ship.
"Like one thing he wants is to make sure that there's not a strict curfew where the party ends at 10,” the blond beauty told the magazine. “When it comes to design and décor, he will take a step back."
Besides finding “the one” — which has clearly been handled, thankyouverymuch — has the “Hills” alum said yes to the second most important detail? Well, not exactly.
Port coyly dished that her makeup and hairstyle is contingent on the location and yes, her wedding gown.
"It's dependent on where the wedding is and what the dress looks like, but I don't see myself going super glam," the fashion designer explained about her intended look. "I think less is more and I don't want to worry about fixing my hair and makeup all night."
A girl after our own hearts.
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