The bride walked down the aisle in a custom Badgley Mischka ivory Chantilly lace gown with a 10-foot train, which she paired with a delicate veil and a bejeweled hairpin. the designers even shared the inspiring mood board and sketches they created for the dress below. Tell looked debonair in a Jonathan Behr tuxedo and bow tie. "I don't know that I have ever been as happy as I was walking down that aisle," the Paper Crown designer told the glossy. "It was amazing!"
Conrad worked closely with friend and wedding planner Cassandra Herschenfeld for the rustic and romantic affair, which was held at a boutique winery in California’s Santa Ynez Valley. The pair said their vows as the sun set surrounded by white blossoms and an intimate group of friends and family, including bridesmaid Lo Bosworth, Stephen Coletti, and Frankie Delgado. Guests received bottles of wine as welcome gifts and were invited to dine on gourmet food and snap pictures in a photobooth during the reception that went on well into the night, followed by a casual brunch the next morning. As she told Martha Stewart Weddings, "I think that weddings are about celebrating, and you want everyone to feel comfortable."