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It's Weddings Week here on Racked, and in celebration we've asked some of our favorite designers to share the details on their very own weddings. Up first: Lauren Moffatt. Designer of all things vintage-chic, Moffatt was married in August 2010 ago in what she describes as a shotgun wedding in Brooklyn. Here's what she has to say about her dress, her shoes, and her advice for all the brides-to-be out there.
Racked: Who made your wedding dress?
LM: I did!
Racked: Where was your engagement ring from? Any special significance?
Lauren Moffatt: I had my ring made at a little jeweler on 38th street. It was a triangle, and afterwards I realized why they don't make triangular rings.
Racked: In hindsight, which of your registered gifts turned out to be the best?
LM: We didn't register, but my best friend gave us an antique cellulose wall mirror in the shape of a hand mirror.
Racked: When it comes to wedding shoes, would you say go for comfort or style?
LM: I went for style (Lauren Moffatt 5" heels) and by the end of the night, my feet were numb.
What was your "something borrowed"?
LM: My mom's antique earrings. They were cufflinks that were turned into earrings.
Racked: What's the best wedding etiquette tip you can share?
LM: To the bride: don't worry about wedding etiquette. Just have fun.
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