The bride could afford anything but she went casual chic in a bespoke Boho design from Missoni. This is not a new look for her but rather a style that she wears often. He dress was described by the Telegraph as having a 'v-shaped neckline and three-quarter-length sleeves, with a bodice embroidered with raffia and silk thread. The dress also featured a full-length circle skirt with a macrame effect supported by two layers of silk organza.' The bride selected a floral wreath as a headpiece which went perfectly with her long flowing wavy hair. She accented with flat silver sandals.
Tatiana is all about natural. She co-founded Muzungu Sisters which is a site that features handcrafted items from Peru to South Africa created by artisans.
Both Tatiana and Andrea seem like the are very much comfortable with themselves and each other. This was a love match for sure. Their 7-year time together has produced one son.