Whitney Wolfe met the love of her life three years back, and the two held a spectacular wedding last week. Whitney founded Bumble App with the intention of helping women find their right mates. Fate has rewarded her by giving her the handsome tycoon and heir of Texas Oil Michael Herd. The romantic love affair started on a valentine day when the couple coincidentally held their first meeting. Within no time, love blossomed, and three years later, they have tied the knot. Whitney was engaged last year in July in an equally spectacular event.
Whitney and Herd agreed to hold a private wedding with only the closest people being invited. The lovebirds wedded at the romantic Villa Treville Positano that is along the Amalfi Coast Italy. The cool air blended with the romantic feel to make the wedding unmatchable to any other event in the year. The spectacular beauty could not be resisted, and many shared the lovely moments of the wedding with the world on social media as the event unfolded.
Whitney Wolfe wore an Oscar De La Renta gown that left many people in awe. Albeit everything in the event was very beautiful, Whitney’s beauty and style carried the day. The Candle-lit event carried a romantic air that saw the lovebirds fulfill their dream of tying the knot. The reception area was full of lemon tree canopies that formed canopies around the accented lemon dinner tables and menus. They also made a one-tiered fruit cake that was topped with fresh fruits like strawberries.
Whitney Wolfe studied at Dedman College and later Southern Methodist University. After graduation, she wants right into business, and her main breakthrough came through the launch of Bumble App, which was meant to help women become independent in relationships. Whitney felt that men abuse women because they have too much power in relationships; consequently, bumble took power from men and handed it to women. For more info about us: http://time.com/3851583/bumble-whitney-wolfe/ click here.
Bumble BFF was later launched to help women make friends with other women known as Best-Friends-Forever. Whitney noticed that the modern woman does not get married as fast as the older generations; instead, she delays sometimes to her mid or late 30s, waiting to get a mate. To reduce the loneliness, the App was introduced to help women share their experiences. On the other hand, the Bumble Bizz is business centered, and people learn the essential business tips that assist them to prosper.