She is wearing one of her favorite shoes from the Nodaleto wedding collection, the Bulla Roman, which she wore exclusively for her special day and named after her husband. “They’re the perfect wedding mules,” says Julia. “White with pearl detailing and lace on the sides.”
Julia designed the Bulla Sally – an open-toed sandal that comes in two very unique colors: silver Nappa and metallic gold – especially for her bridesmaids. “I wanted to create an elegant silhouette that was playful and comfortable at the same time,” says Julia. “I decided to include Bulla Sally in many other colors in our upcoming Spring 2023 collection because it means so much to me, and because of the versatility of the design.”
The wedding turned out better than Julia and Roman had imagined. “My dad walked me down the aisle,” said the bride. “We don’t have to say a word to each other. We hold hands and we already know that everything will be perfect.” Julia chose her favorite song: “You” by Petit Biscuit as the entry. “It was a long walk before reaching my husband, and those few minutes felt special because I remember making eye contact with him throughout,” she said. “And feel comforted by it.”(*
Guests dressed in pastel colors, and after the ceremony, there was a traditional cocktail reception, followed by dinner and a party on the beach. Then, at the ensuing disco party, Julia wore a silver tube dress with butterflies and flowers by Monique Lhuillier. “I added long extensions to give the look a bit of a ’70 mermaid aesthetic,” she says. “I wanted to feel super tall, so I opted for the Nodaleto Joni, an extra-long platform shoe in metallic silver leather.”
That evening, the bride went for one last change Pack. “One of my best friends found this 1920 crochet dress in an antique store in London,” Julia said. “She FaceTimed me in January and we knew it was made for the occasion!” The bride also switched shoes, donning one of her favorite summer sandals, the Bulla Gaia, which are crackled in deep gold There are infinite laces.
“The party didn’t end the next morning until 8am,” recalls Julia. “We’re all dancing!”