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Everything You Need To Know About Erwan Heussaff and Anne Curtis-Smith's Wedding
All the details you need to know about the Erwan Heussaff and Anne Curtis-Smith nuptials.
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The long-awaited wedding of Erwan Heussaff and Anne Curtis-Smith has finally taken place. From the previous day’s despidida de soltera to the ‘real’ proposal video Erwan released last night, the couple has taken social media by storm. Here are all the details you need to know from the Heussaff and Curtis-Smith nuptials.

The Venue

The celebrity mogul and restaurateur chose picturesque Queenstown in New Zealand as the location for their wedding.

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The Makeup

Curtis-Smith had her trusted beauty team create a simple wedding beauty look. Celebrity makeup artist Robbie Pinera used little to no foundation, light brown eyeshadow, and a pink lip on the celebrity. The blk cosmetics creative director's dusty rose lip was a shade she created especially for the wedding called I Do. This was released through a bridal box set with another red shade called Mon Amour. Further accentuating the actress’ features, hair stylist Raymond Santiago styled her hair with a wavy long bob.

The Dress

The bride wore a custom Monique Lhuillier gown, with a sweetheart cut and long-sleeves while lace, sheer details, and a long train added drama to dress. Curtis-Smith paired the gown with a long veil and threw in an unconventional touch with black platform Prada boots.

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The Groom

Heussaff opted for a grey three-piece suit that was paired with a camel-colored tie.

Tim Yap shared a photo with the groom before the festivities, with the caption, "Waiting for @annecurtissmith ♥ The groom went to Mario's, his trusted tailor in Paris for his bridal suit #TheWanForAnne"

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The Ceremony

For the ceremony, the couple requested guests refrain from taking photos The sign read, “There’s a guy (named Jim) here taking photos. We asked him to come, so please, rest your cameras. Our ceremony needs only one. Thanks, The Newlyweds xo.”

Unsurprisingly, a few snapshots of the wedding still found their way on Instagram which revealed a rustic outdoor wedding. Building ruins romantically served as the backdrop to the nuptials, while Curtis-Smith walked down a sparsely decorated aisle.

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The Guests

Heussaff and Curtis-Smith were joined by celebrity colleagues, ‘It’ girl group of friends, friends, and family such as Kim and Felicia Atienza, Georgina Wilson, Isabelle Daza, Christian Razon Gonzalez, Stephanie Kienle-Gonzalez, Bruce Ricketts, Mia Arcenas-Branellec, Tim Yap, and Rajo Laurel on their big day.

The groomsmen included Chef Allen Buhay of Wildflour, The Curator's David Ong, Jacques Christophe Branellec of Jewelmer.

Two families become one: The Heussaffs and the Curtis Smiths parents with the newlyweds ?????? #TheWanForAnne

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