Olympian Julia Mancuso Just Had Her Second (!) Beautiful Wedding
Her wedding portraits with her husband are breathtaking.
Olympian Julia Mancuso is married-again! The ski racer and now-husband Dylan Fish made things official with not one, but two weddings. People just shared exclusive photos and details from the couple's double-whammy nuptials.
The couple wed in Fiji at the Tavarua Island Resort on June 21, and the wedding details are just as you'd expect-beautiful and beachy. The oceanside affair featured a driftwood ceremony arch constructed from materials found on the island, while Mancuso's bouquet was made with an array of greenery and a sparse selection of white flowers. The bride wore a Pronovias wedding dress with a pretty illusion back, and her hair was left down, casual, and wavy. Fish wore a simple white shirt and pants for the occasion.
But as it turns out, this wasn't the couple's only wedding. They married for the first time on December 29, back in 2016. That venue was the complete opposite of Fiji-a snowy mountain resort in Squaw Valley, Mancuso's hometown. Then, the bride wore a lacey long-sleeve gown, and carried a bouquet filled with berries, roses, and other flowers. It also looks like she donned a glamorous choker, and covered up in something warm and chic.
Both of these weddings were absolutely stunning (seriously, brides-to-be, take note), but why opt for two? "The mountains and the ocean mean so much to us so we wanted to celebrate our love with our families and show them our special home at Tavarua Island Resort where Dylan has been working as the GM since 2003 as well as Squaw Valley, my home that I love and grew up in," Mancuso told People.
With two celebrations as gorgeous as those and sentiments that were just as sweet, how can you argue with that?
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