Vogue staffer plans wedding in 48 hours and it will make every bride so jealous

Most weddings take months of planning; this one took two days

After a year or so of dating Vogue.com contributor Lucas Flores Piran married Anna Boschiero in the most wonderful sounding low-key wedding. So wonderful that it made Vogue.com.

I'm jealous. I've been engaged since this time last year and have only started to plan my own wedding now (and I hope to get it done and dusted by spring). Most brides-to-be would develop a hernia at the thought, but it makes sense to me. Lucas and Anna wanted to get married asap. The bride said, "We wanted our ceremony to be spontaneous and carefree. We organised everything in 48 hours, which really was the beauty of it.”

Now, this pair is fortunate to have good looks - and money - on their side. Anna did not have to worry about embarking on a six-month skin care process or a fitness regime. Nope, she just went to Barneys New York, found an Alexander Wang dress and went for dirty martinis with her bestie afterwards to celebrate. Her beauty routine on the day was a blowdry. She did her own makeup.


The groom was equally as 'casual' in a Maison Margiela suit and Burberry shirt. Goddammit, they're handsome!

Cool City Hall ceremony style ❤️ #annaandlucas @pancakenyc @lucasflorespiran

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The wedding itself took place in New York's City Hall at 4 pm. The wedding party went for a beer afterwards "at the nearest bar [we] could find." They had a 'big family dinner' afterwards, followed by an after-party at a friend's new restaurant, then it was on to a friend's apartment for dancing. A wedding to die for, planned in two days.


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