Country Chic: Danielle & Erik in Andover, NJ

There are "plenty of fish" in the sea, but once Danielle Wildstein (formerly Prussin) and Erik Wildstein met on an online dating site by the same name, they knew their search for love was finally over. The executive personal assistant and insurance brokerage exec instantly felt a connection and dated for a year and a half before Erik reeled her in for life. He proposed at Natirar, a grand 90-acre estate in Peapack, New Jersey.

The bride kick-started the planning process by pouring through magazines and online blogs, bouncing ideas off friends and shopping at vintage stores for creative inspiration. 

There are "plenty of fish" in the sea, but once Danielle Wildstein (formerly Prussin) and Erik Wildstein met on an online dating site by the same name, they knew their search for love was finally over. The executive personal assistant and insurance brokerage exec instantly felt a connection and dated for a year and a half before Erik reeled her in for life. He proposed at Natirar, a grand 90-acre estate in Peapack, New Jersey.

The bride wore a custom-designed Marchesa gown crafted by haute couture designer (and close friend) Georgina Chapman.  

The bride's glamorous accessories included diamond hoops (fashioned from her mother-in-law’s wedding band), a diamond solitaire necklace (which belonged to her grandmother) a fur stole and — last but not least — Badgley Mischka shoes.

The bride’s autumnal bouquet included Bupleurum, Cosmos, Schwartz Mini Calla Lillies, Queen Anne’s Lace and Skyline Roses (her late mom’s favorite bloom). The handle was wrapped in Mom’s veil and featured a white button with a “D” monogram for "Danielle."

The dapper groom wore a navy Hugo Boss suit accessorized with a Skyline Rose bout. His groomsmen wore Schwartz Mini Calla Lily boutineers.

The Wildsteins had a super-sized bridal party, which included a matron of honor, six bridesmaids, a junior bridesmaid, a flower girl, a best man, 12 groomsmen, two junior groomsmen and a ring bearer (try saying that three times fast!).

The bride outfitted her lovely ‘maids in a one-size-fits-all wrap dress from twobirds Bridesmaid. "It was comfortable and versatile, and a style that they could (and would) wear again," she says. Cowboy boots were an unexpected touch and added a fun element to bridal party snapshots.

Here, the groom gets an exhilarating first glimpse of his gorgeous wife-to-be!

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