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YouTube beauty guru Gigi Lazzarato, better known as  Gigi Gorgeous , may have only gotten engaged to girlfriend of two years  Nats Getty last month, but she already knows she wants to throw the “biggest wedding on Earth.” “We are obviously going to have an extravagant wedding,” Gigi told PeopleStyle moments after she moderated a panel of women including Bobbi Brown, Eva Gutowski and others at Beautycon in N.Y.C. “I’m only going to be able to do it once and that is just my personality, so in a dream world I would have the biggest wedding on Earth with a Princess Diana-level dress.” But Gigi isn’t in any rush to walk down the aisle and wants to take her time with the entire wedding-planning process. “We are keeping a lot secret because we are unsure, and [the wedding] will probably be in a while. Also I just want to live my life engaged!” Gigi said. “I’m having so much fun. It is still so new to me. It is two months old. It is crazy. I don’t know how people just get married right away.” Looking for more style content?

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“It was Billur's idea to have the tables make a ‘V’ in front of the barn,” Olivia said. “Amanda and Billur essentially turned what was in my head into a reality, putting together furniture vignettes inside the barn and creating my dream table settings.” Napkins were embroidered with each guest’s name as a place setting— Janis Studios's blue thread serving as Olivia’s “something blue.” The menu was created by Brushland Eating House . Owners Sohail and Sara, also friends of the couple, closed their restaurant on a Saturday evening in the height of summer to cater the wedding. “We have literally driven three hours from Manhattan to Bovina just to eat Sohail's food,” Olivia said. “They served our favorite dishes like pork schnitzel, kale salad, roasted carrots and burrata.” The meal ended with Pavlova, a meringue-based dessert native to New Zealand. Brushland’s wine distributor also happened to be the only one in the U.S. to carry Seresin Estate wines , an organic, biodynamic winery in New Zealand. “My favorite wine in the entire universe—they make the most incredible Chardonnay, plus Matt and I had been to the winery together when I took him home to New Zealand for the first time,” Olivia said. The musical stylings of DJ Michael Saltsman drew guests towards the barn for dancing. “He was so helpful every step along the way it almost felt like he was my best man,” Matt said.

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