Barbara ‘Palvin’ Sprouse and Dylan Sprouse shared the details of their beautiful wedding last weekend, including the three designer dresses the bride wore and the Hungarian traditions she honored for their special day.
Speaking to Vogue, the bride, 29, and groom, 30, reflected on their engagement, tying the knot at Barbara’s wedding in the same church 34 years ago, and all the fun they had at their reception.
The couple plans a larger ceremony in California in the fall, but first exchanged vows last Saturday in front of 115 guests at a property owned by Barbara’s parents called Harlequin Birtock.
Hungarian model Barbara said, ‘It will take me a while to get used to being called Mrs Sprouse.
‘Dylan has been calling me his wife for three years now, so there’s not much adjustment for him. We’re excited to get back to LA to our pets and get some rest before we start planning our American wedding.’
I do! Barbara ‘Palvin’ Sprouse and Dylan Sprouse shared details from their intimate wedding this past weekend, including the three designer dresses the bride wore and the Hungarian traditions she honored for their special day; Photo of April 2023
For her special day, Barbara wore three different dresses – a custom strapless number by Vivienne Westwood, followed by a mini dress by Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini that she says made her ‘feel like a modern princess.’
In keeping with Hungarian tradition, she ended the evening in a red dress that she changed into at midnight. He chose Hungarian designer Mero to create a look that would help convey his transition into his wife.
‘It’s called “Menexke Ruha”,’ Barbara explained of the tradition.
‘I have to change my wedding dress at midnight, because I’m no longer a bride, but a wife,’ she added.
He Tiffany & Co. She wore a custom 90’s inspired choker and pair of Jimmy Choo shoes that coordinated with her three different outfit colors.
As for Dylan, he insisted on a ‘very traditional tuxedo’ and didn’t forget to shave.
The wedding was planned by Barbara and her sister Anita Palvin, who both have a background in wedding planning as their parents often hosted weddings at their estate.
‘We didn’t have a planner so Barbara and her sister did most of it,’ says Dylan. ‘They told me all I had to do was show up and say the right name.’
Doing honors! The wedding was planned by Barbara and her sister Anita Palvin, both of whom have a background in wedding planning as their parents often hosted weddings at their estate.
Forever and ever: For her special day, Barbara wore three different dresses – a custom strapless number by Vivienne Westwood, followed by a mini dress by Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini that she says ‘made me feel like a modern princess’; Picture of 2022
The couple first said ‘I do’ in the same church where Barbara’s parents became husband and wife in 1989, and then again in a civil ceremony ‘on a small island within a reserve on Barbara’s parents’ property,’ writes Vogue.
‘Everyone we love and care about was there,’ Barbara said of the church ceremony. ‘We all cried a bit.’
Of their civil ceremony, she said: ‘It was a beautiful moment that we will never forget.’
Dylan said their nerves had cooled by the time the second show rolled around: ‘Since we’d already done the show at the church we were a bit calmer for the second part.
‘We were nervous before walking down the aisle, but as soon as we laid eyes on each other we started laughing and it calmed our nerves. Of course we both cried.’
‘It was so romantic’: Dylan proposed in a place where Barbara’s favorite animals, sea otters, could be found
Celebrate good times! The reception saw the newlyweds unwind with shots of palinkas, traditional Hungarian music and some fun wedding games; Picture 2020
Thumbs up: After returning to Los Angeles, Dylan posted an Instagram selfie promising his fans more details about the wedding in the near future
The reception saw the newlyweds chill out with palinka shots, traditional Hungarian music and some fun wedding games.
Photos obtained by Vogue show the newlyweds looking all loved up as they pose, exchange vows and spend the night together with their friends and family.
Barbara’s delicate Vivienne Westwood dress cinched at her trim waist and flared out in romantic fashion for the skirt.
Her veil, pinned atop her head, fell to the floor and matched her long sheer gloves.
After returning to Los Angeles, Dylan posted an Instagram selfie giving his fans more details about the upcoming nuptials.
‘Just touched down from flight to LA,’ she wrote: ‘Thanks for all the kind messages and will post lots of pics tomorrow :)’.
The couple tied the knot during a camping trip with their friends in September 2022 but only confirmed their engagement last month.
Dylan proposed in a place where Barbara’s favorite animal, sea otters, could be found.
‘It was very romantic,’ she said. ‘I was suspicious and thought she might pop the question because she had packed a shirt that was too cute for camping.’
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