"A beautiful weekend we will remember forever," the 'Rich Kids of Beverly Hills' star tells PEOPLE of his wedding to Chloe de Serigny
It was "I do" all over again for Brendan Fitzpatrick and Chloe Fitzpatrick.
On Saturday, the Rich Kids of Beverly Hills star and his wife — who first wed on Sept. 16, 2022 in Los Angeles — walked down the aisle for a second time, this one in front of 150 guests at the Montage Healdsburg, a five-star California hotel nestled among the rolling vineyards of Sonoma wine country.
"It was a dream come true," Chloe, 28, tells PEOPLE of the day, her husband Brendan, 34, calling the festivities, "a beautiful weekend we will remember forever."
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The location set the tone from the beginning. In fact, it was a venue the pair didn't waste time picking while they were working to put together their special day with wedding planners Cole Drake Events.
"We had a day of tours lined up to view different venues and after 15 minutes at Montage, which was our first stop of the day, we cancelled the rest of the tours," says Chloe. "We knew right away it was our perfect wedding venue!"
"There's a luxury feel to the setting that you immediately notice as you drive onto Montage’s property," she adds. "And the views are incredible. Plus, the staff was superb. The General Manager, Allen Highfield, was really approachable and welcoming, He has always been easily able to find and say hi — we loved that."
For the wedding day, the couple wanted to combine their love for all things Beverly Hills glam with some of the natural aesthetics of the property (blacks, slat-grey, and metals).
Tables were decorated with white linens, matching chairs and adorned with two rows of white floral centerpieces — one raised and another centered on the table. Crystal chandeliers hung down between them.
At the ceremony, the pair walked down a mirrored aisle bordered on either side with white bouquets of grand Casablanca roses and Alaskan peonies. Three arches, cascading in sizes and covered in those same flowers, framed where the pair exchanged vows.
Flowers by Edgar provided the florals, design and production. "I don’t think you could find any other white roses on our weekend," Chloe says with a laugh, noting that 75,000 flowers were used for their ceremony. "It was lush and over the top."
Of course, all eyes were on the happy couple, who matched the elegance of their surroundings with their own extravagant outfits.
Chloe (née Chloe de Serigny) wore a custom Oscar De La Renta strapless gown with a sweetheart neckline. The dress, which was covered in lace details, featured long-sleeves and a cascading train.
"I was inspired by Hailey Bieber’s wedding dress, but we wanted to a little bit more of a traditional take," Chloe says.
Makeup artist Ashley Bias provided a soft look for Chloe, with a pink lip and sun-kissed cheeks. Hairstylist Kevin B. pulled the bride's long blonde locks back in a tight bun. Her embroidered veil was attached with a headband of floral appliques, while diamond stud earrings gave the ensemble a perfect finishing touch.
Brendan, a global luxury real estate agent, kept it classic in a black tuxedo, white shirt and black bow tie — all from Tom Ford. He later changed into a white blazer from the designer.
He walked down the aisle to "Bitter Sweet Symphony" by The Verve, while the bride chose the traditional wedding march. The duo chose not to have a wedding party, to keep the focus on their bond.
After exchanging traditional vows and Bert Culha wedding bands in a ceremony officiated by Brendan’s boss Stephen H. Kotler. the sealed the deal with a kiss. They exited in celebration to "Happy" by Pharrell.
A string quartet provided all the music for the ceremony and following cocktail reception.
For dinner and dancing, the Walton Stout Band — a 20-piece group from the Jordan Kahn Music Company — kept guests (including Million Dollar Listing: Los Angeles' Josh Flagg and boyfriend Andrew Beyer) entertained all evening long.
The dance floor was monogrammed with a "Fitzpatrick" logo, and adorned with white flowers hanging from the ceiling.
In between dance sessions, partygoers sat outside for a three-course plated dinner featuring king crab with caviar, truffle mushroom risotto and the couple's favorite dish — veal ossobuco. Dessert was led by their Flour & Bloom wedding cake, which had two flavors: guava cake with passionfruit filling, and chocolate cake with raspberry filling.
Following the reception, the celebrations continued at an afterparty with a DJ spinning tunes. Chloe let her hair down, too — literally, wearing long beach waves. She also changed into a short white dress by Michelle Farmer (The Palm Beach designer actually gifted the ensemble to Chloe, who spends half the year in the Florida locale).
Festivities kicked off Thursday with a rehearsal dinner for immediate family and close friends. They continued Friday where guests were greeted to a welcome reception, with a clean, minimalistic and modern design inspired by Ralph Lauren. Guests dined on grub from a variety of food stations (raw bar, pasta, yakitori) and listened to music from The Spare Keys, through Élan Artists.
All fit the vision Brendan and Chloe had from the beginning, something they credit to wedding planner MaKela Allen.
"We wanted to find a planner who would understand our vibe and the look we wanted to achieve," they tell PEOPLE. "It’s not easy merging our Beverly Hills love for things to be over top, while still having the guest experience in mind. MaKela, from Cole Drake Events, was our perfect fit. She made the process so smooth from start to finish, and even flew to Chloe’s moms house to help us create our seating chart."
Brendan and Chloe got engaged in July 2022 during a trip to Capri, Italy. Though they married months later, their wedding this week is the first celebration they had.
Asked what getting married means to each of them, Chloe says it's all about "joining our families and finally being able to start to grow our own together." She adds: "I have always been drawn to Brendan as we have the same values, and appreciate the same things. We like to travel, eat great food from all around the world, if we are together – we know we are having a great time!"
"This is only the beginning for the rest of our lives, together with my best friend," says Brendan. "I love the time we spend with just the two of us, we always travel together and like to try new things,"
Both say they're looking forward to having kids next and starting a family. But first, they'll be off to their honeymoon at the end of the year, vacationing in Bora Bora.
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