The day a person gets married is supposed to be one of the best days of their life. You walk down the aisle, surrounded by your closest friends and family, and commit yourself to the love of your life. It seems like the day of the wedding is gone in the blink of an eye, but people spend months (and sometimes years) planning for the big event. This couple wanted a unique, memorable wedding, and that's exactly what they got.
You've probably seen this blushing bride from the hit TV series "Better Call Saul," but this story isn't about her acting skills.
In December of 2018, Audrey Moore finally tied the knot with her long-time fella, writer/director Jesse Lumen. And just like their careers, they're wedding was anything but ordinary.
The one thing that Audrey knew that she wanted was a wedding that stood out, so she began to think of ways to make that happen.
"I'm the last of my friends to be married and I went to most of their weddings. They're all such beautiful women inside and out and I had heard so often that they were really sad they couldn’t wear their wedding dress again. So then I decided I really wanted to be surrounded by a bunch of my beautiful princess brides and have a magical, fun day together," explained Audrey in an interview with TODAY Style.
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The bride is supposed to be the center of attention, so how was Audrey going to be able to compete with all of the other blushing brides at the wedding?
"As an actress, I am accustomed to high-pressure days where you have to get dressed for events and you've dreamed of this day your whole life. So for my wedding, I didn’t feel a lot of pressure to have my one day be so 'spot on,' because I knew I would wear a gown again. I felt a lot of heart and care for my friends who deserved the chance to wear their wedding dress again," she explained.
Now that she knew what her bridesmaids were going to wear, Audrey needed to pick something out for herself.
"I had no idea what I wanted to wear on my wedding day, but I often work with a seamstress for a lot of my event clothing, so I was excited to collaborate with someone who knew my body type and could take into consideration how I move and dance. I was up for anything: polka dots, prints, red, black, brown," said Audrey. Luckily, Audrey stumbled across some icy blue lace and she was instantly inspired.
After discussing the idea with her seamstress, they began the process of turning her vision into a reality.
Meanwhile, it was time for Jesse to figure out what he was going to wear. "I met him in a white hoodie and I somehow always pictured him in a white hoodie when we got married. In fact, my favorite thing for him to wear is a hoodie. So when we discovered that they made tux-print hoodies in white, it seemed perfect," said Audrey.