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On one side of the cake was an array of candy from New Zealand and on the other, candy from the U.S., as well as Flour Shop’s famous cake balls. “I'm so grateful to Amirah, because I initially wanted to forgo a cake altogether—I was focused on the idea of serving an alternative dessert with the Pavlova. But cutting the cake with Matt is another favorite memory from the evening,” Olivia said. “Our photographer, John Dolan , quietly pulled us away from the dance floor so it was an intimate, hilariously fun moment that I would never trade.” Guests were also treated to artisanal candy floss from Fluff + Fluff in flavors like rose, coconut, and mango with chili powder. The bride, in Elizabeth Fillmore, with Amirah Kassem from Flour Shop. A highlight for Olivia, who changed into a hammered satin white suit by Elizabeth Fillmore for the dancing, came at the end of the evening. “Our friends and family formed a circle around us as we danced to New Order,” she said. “That moment is forever etched in my mind among the happiest, most blissful minutes of my life.” Initially, the couple chose not to have a wedding planner. Matt was happy to leave the décor to Olivia, and as a former stylist, she knew what she wanted. “I was lucky, I also had Carrie Goldberg , BAZAAR.com’s Weddings & Travel Editor as my sounding board for an entire year.” But as the wedding neared, it became clear that they would need some help on the day; Angela, of Elite Wedding Planning , stepped in. “Hiring her was honestly the most important decision I made,” Olivia said.
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