Bumble couples everywhere are finding love at the first right swipe. In 2021 alone, more than one billion matches were made on the app. Wedding invitations from around the world arrive to the Bumble offices daily. Many include requests for a Bumble executive to officiate the ceremony. Others inquire about making the app’s HQ available to pop the question (it is, after all, the perfect place to say those four magic words, or “Will you bee mine?”).
“Over the years, we’ve heard from thousands of success stories,” Selby Drummond, Bumble Chief Brand Officer, said. “One of the top requests is for Bumble to be a part of peoples’ weddings and celebrations.” With the 2022 wedding boom, Bumble has launched a carefully curated collection for brides and grooms with pieces to celebrate on the road to the altar on beyond.
At the wedding shower, you can propose a toast with a Champagne flute inscribed with the phrase, “cheers to making moves.” Indeed, the stemware would look just as stunning alongside a disposable camera. Scattered on the reception tables or thoughtfully provided on each seat, you can relive each moment through your guests’ eyes later. But not before running away on a honeymoon with a Bumble x Over The Moon tote embroidered with your married initials (and his-and-hers flip-flops inside).
“Over The Moon has always focused on celebrating real-life love stories as told by the couples themselves,” Alexandra Macon, Over The Moon founder, said. “We are continuously inspired by the heartfelt wedding submissions that we receive, including the many Bumble matches whose nuptials we’ve also featured. But as much as we love a digital meet-cute, it was a special treat to partner with a fellow female-founded company to create pieces that newlyweds will cherish now and for years to come.”