Cupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Wedding: Christian Siriano & Brad Walsh Marry in Romantic CeremonyCupid's Pulse Article: Celebrity Wedding: Christian Siriano & Brad Walsh Marry in Romantic Ceremony

By Nicole Caico

On Saturday, July 9, designer Christian Siriano married his fiancé Brad Walsh. The celebrity wedding took place outside in Danbury, Connecticut and was officiated by actress Kristen Johnston. Siriano, season four winner of Project Runway, and his betrothed wore all black and it was requested that guests wore all white. According to, the celebrity couple had the receptions catered by Certe and Siriano’s favorite food, lobster, was among the dishes served.

This celebrity wedding was unique and personalized. What are some ways to personalize your nuptials?

Cupid’s Advice:

The Siriano-Walsh wedding had tons of style and incorporated so many personal touches. Take a page out of this celebrity couple’s book, and personalize your nuptials:

1. Venue: If you’re looking to personalize your wedding, start at square one–with the venue. Where you chose to have your wedding can say a lot about you and your betrothed. If you’re traditional or religious, you may choose to get married in a place of worship. If you’re both outdoorsy, have your ceremony on a beach or in a field. If you’re adventurous, plan a destination wedding. Let the setting of your ceremony be the backdrop for who you two are as a couple.

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2. Food: Personalizing your food is a basic, but important part of your wedding. If you grew up in a family that is connected to their culture, let it shine through in the cuisine. Whether it’s traditional Indian, Chinese, or Italian, your heritage is a big part of who you are, and the food was no doubt a big part of your life growing up. If you want to personalize your food in a more small scale way, consider picking out a custom cake topper.

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3. The wedding favor: Aside from photos, the wedding favor may be the longest lasting piece of your wedding. Choose something that will stand the test of time and that reflects your personality. It could be as simple as flower seeds for guests to plant and grow, or a monogrammed bottle opener for guests to use in the future.

What personal touches were or will be part of your wedding? Comment below!