Six years after meeting over a shared interest in the television drama, Lost, while students at The College of New Jersey, Danielle Inducci and Matt DiMaggio tied the knot in a breathtaking Bucks County wedding at the James A. Michener Art Museum on Friday, August 19, 2016.

1Get to know the beautiful bride, Danielle, who wore style 1573 by Kenneth Winston- an all over lace tulle gown with a beaded sash, sheer lace straps and deep V-back. With details like the pop of purple in Danielle's flowers matching Matt's cool and casual Vans sneakers, the couple's fun and loving personalities were on full display throughout their big day.

How did you and your now husband meet?

Danielle: We met at The College of New Jersey. He was a sophomore and I was a Junior. It was April 2009. A friend invited me to watch the show LOST with a few people and it turned out to be Matt’s dorm room. He continued to invite me for the next few weeks and we hit it off.


Tell us about your wedding location and why you chose it!

Danielle: We chose the Michener Museum for our wedding. I was an art major in college and Matthew is a very creative person. We both wanted to have a different feel for our wedding. We chose not to get married in a church, but rather a place that was special to us. We visited the museum in 2015 and discovered George Nakashima, a Japanese American furniture designer. We fell in love and went on a tour of his house which is a historical landmark in New Hope, PA. When we got engaged we knew that having pictures in his room at the museum was a must! The glass room, the stone wall, the museum being open for our guests to enjoy the entire night, all made it unique and special for us.



What was your favorite moment from the day of your wedding?

Danielle: My favorite moment was seeing Matt as I was walking down the aisle. He rarely gets emotional, but as I walked towards him the look on his face said it all!


Which of these pictures is your favorite and why?

Danielle: I love the picture of me solo in front of the museum archway holding my bouquet down by the side. The dress was a dream come true and it shows off every reason why I love it. My favorite picture of us is the one outside at night up against the stone wall with the lights shining. I saw previous brides and grooms take the shot and knew I wanted one too!


How did your dress make you feel?

Danielle: BEAUTIFUL! STUNNING! I am not one who is very confident in my appearances, but I felt great in this dress and wore it all night, even at the after party! I knew what I wanted from a Pinterest picture I found a few years ago and wanted to find something as close as I could to it. I found it almost to a T at La Belle Mariee! The open back, the added beaded belt with long gorgeous sash that tied into a beautiful bow and the lace neckline was everything I dreamed of and more. It was the 4th dress I tried on and I knew right away it was the one.


Photography by Gallo Imaging


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