Hayley Van Gorder Wedding
If you’re an avid fan of country singer hayley van gorder, you may be excited to hear that she got married in September! The star married her longtime love Christian Dunbar and celebrated with an extravagant Moroccan wedding.
The wedding was a big deal for the duo and a lot of their friends, as they had a number of people join them from all over the world to celebrate. They even threw a dinner at a riad in Morocco for their guests.
They also released Monarch butterflies to honour their late sister Vanessa, who would have turned 29 this year. But instead of fluttering away as they had expected, these butterflies decided to cling to the couple, staying on their bodies during the ceremony and cocktail hour.
After the reception, they posed for pictures with their family and friends in the hotel’s backyard. The bride looked stunning in a white strapless dress and a beautiful bouquet of flowers.
It was a very emotional day for the bride and groom, who lost their sister in a car accident several years ago. But their love for Vanessa will never die, as they said their vows to one another.
In their statement, the couple shared how they first met and how they fell in love. They dated for over six years and got engaged in March 2017.
The two have now officially tied the knot, with a romantic ceremony planned by Lally Events.
They had about 100 close friends and family in attendance at the ceremony, PEOPLE reports. They’ve been together for more than seven years, and it seems like it’s just the beginning of a very happy future.
She wore an off-the-shoulder white gown with lace detailing and a full skirt, while her groom wore a black suit with a crisp white shirt and bow tie. Their wedding photographer also captured some beautiful photos from the day.
A number of their loved ones also attended the event, including her parents and brother. She also had a friend who is a musician perform at the wedding.
It was a beautiful and emotional day for the bride, who was surrounded by friends and family. She looked stunning in her white gown with a lace tulle skirt, and her dark hair was beautifully parted to the side.
But what really stood out about her wedding was her choice of floral arrangements. She had her florist design a series of bouquets shaped like butterflies.
The butterflies were a very personal touch for the bride and groom, who have a deep connection with these insects. Butterflies are a symbol of life, change and renewal in many cultures. They’re also a representation of hope and resurrection.
They chose to release a number of butterflies during their ceremony in memory of their sister, who died from a car accident in 2012. But instead of fluttering away as you might expect, these butterflies decided to cling to them, staying on their bodies throughout the entire ceremony and cocktail hour.