Heather McMahan’s Wedding Registry
Heather McMahan, comedian and high-functioning hot mess, is planning her dream wedding in Italy. To commemorate this momentous occasion, she has compiled a list of her favorite items to register for and is giving away the entire gift registry collection to one lucky winner!
Princess Eugenie of York and Prince Philip tied the knot in a fairytale-themed ceremony that drew inspiration from Disney and Pinterest. The bride chose an ivory silk gown by Vera Wang with her grandmother’s “something borrowed” bracelet and earrings, and Queen Elizabeth II gifted her with a Greville Emerald Kokoshnik tiara for her bridal veil adornment.
Eartha Kitt donned a custom chiffon dress for her home wedding to real estate developer Bill McDonald. To complete her ensemble, Eartha accessorized with five-strand pearl necklace and satin hat along with matching shoes and handbag.
Nancy Kwan tied the knot with Austrian ski instructor Peter Pock at Paddington registry office in London wearing a classic white and lace gown. Her bridal hairstyle featured a low bun, pearl drop earrings, and cathedral-length tulle veil.
Katharine Nixon donned a Vera Wang wedding dress that featured an elegant v-neckline featuring delicate lace and pearl embroidery, as well as cascading bridal veil from its matching headpiece.
At her parents’ Connecticut home, Barefoot Contessa tied the knot with Jeffrey Garten. For her special day, she donned a floral brocade gown trimmed in fur, an elegant single-strand pearl necklace, and an elegant bow-topped veil that ended in a train.
Soul singer Aretha Franklin was married at her father’s New Bethel Baptist Church in Detroit, Michigan and donned a brocade robe with fur-trimmed sleeves and bow-topped veil. To complete her ensemble, she accessorized with two matching hoop earrings and a satin hat.
She also donned a tiara that her grandmother gave her. Emblazoned with her family’s initials and the date of her wedding, this ornament commemorated both occasions.
In this segment of Travel + Leisure’s The Evolution of Travel, editor in chief Jacqueline Gifford looks back on what travelers love about their past trips with NFL linebacker Dhani Jones, actress Heather McMahan and Somebody Feed Phil star Phil Rosenthal.
Travelers around the world have their favorite places they wish they could return to time after time. From dining out and exploring public areas like beaches to seeing a show, most people find something about traveling that they yearn for after their last experience.