Tennis star Mardy Fish married fiancée Stacey Gardner, a model from Deal or No Deal, in front of 150 wedding guests at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills. It was Gardner who stole the show, wearing a beautiful body skimming, mermaid style gown with drop down diamond earrings. The six bridesmaids wore long black gowns, while the groomsmen, including fellow pro-tennis star James Blake, wore black tuxes.

As for the decore, the ceremony donned the colors black, white, and red. Balls of white roses with hanging lines of jewels lined the aisle, along with red rose petals found on either side. The flowers were provided by Mark Garden and the entire event was planned by wedding planner Linda Howard, from Sensational Celebrations.

The beautiful 30 minute Jewish ceremony was followed by guests waving little sparklers while the bride & groom walked back up the aisle to the tune of U2′s “Beautiful Day” played by a live band.

Truth be told, I am not too familiar with the area of tennis. However, since I love to post celebrity weddings and the fact that the decore is just beautiful, I had no choice but to post it! Stunning, absolutely stunning. I love the classic and romantic feel of the wedding.

UPDATE: Ever wonder what the couple requested on their registry? Click here to see their list on their Bloomingdale’s account.

picture source: icydk
story source: people

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Lovely! Thank you. Not sure is she can dance in the dress but beautiful. Mardy looks so happy.

FeFe on September 30, 2008

Can anyone tell me who designed Stacey’s dress?

Tina on October 21, 2008

[...] Comment! Weddingbook’s a cute app, but why not just create a Facebook event for your wedding? Mind you, there’s no way I would use Facebook to plan my entire wedding; when it comes right down to it I am a tiny bit old-fashioned. Sorry, folks, you won’t be getting your invitations via Facebook. But if you think of it as a quick and painless way to add a little interactivity to the mix, there’s a lot to be said. Guests will get to know each other a little better before the wedding, or at least know what the main players look like. The wall can act as a message board for questions and good wishes, and a way for guests to communicate with each other (think sharing cabs from the airport, or buddying up for cultural excursions while they’re in town). A nice feature is the option of including guests who aren’t on Facebook yet-they can click a link in their email and be taken to your event without having to set up an account or log in. You can see all the responses and quickly and easily send a message to the entire guest list. The wall and photos and videos are available to all invitees (although I bet non-Facebookers can see the content but not add to it). It’s my hope that people will take tons of pictures and video at our wedding and upload them to Facebook for all to drool over (tip: after the wedding, change the event to “open”, so even non-invitees can see how you rocked that mermaid gown). [...]

Weddings by the (Face)book, Part 3 « Connected Bride on October 31, 2008

I love this dress. Anyone know who the designer is or where to get it? Thank you.

Michelle on September 16, 2009

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