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OTM Styled The Bride and Bridesmaids For Her Spring Wedding Inspired by The Dutch Golden Age

By Cathleen Freedman | Photography by 

The Edges Wed

|Planning by 

Emily Coyne Events

During the pandemic, Roseanne Wincek moved from California to New York. The busy venture capitalist of Renegade Partners enlisted the efforts of matchmaker Stacia Firestone from Three Day Rule. Stacia introduced Roseanne to San Francisco–based David Moretti. Roseanne and David had a few Zoom dates, and when Roseanne’s initial New York sublet was finished, she decided to pack her bags and return to the Sunshine State and formally meet David.

From there, their relationship moved seamlessly from one step to the next. “Going through another round of lockdown and a puppy arriving will do that,” Roseanne notes. After a few ring shopping trips, David custom-designed a sparkler with his friend’s brother who runs Jason of Beverly Hills. There was a slight production delay, though, because rapper Drake requested championship rings for his recreational basketball team.

David planned an elaborate proposal in Fort Mason that required a multi-week campaign to circumvent any of Roseanne’s suspicions. With their dog Wallace and a photographer nearby, he successfully surprised her. 

Before the soon-to-be weds even pinned down a date, Roseanne had already found her dress—the Lyla by Carolina Herrera. With Jin Wang’s altering, it was perfect. She complemented the dress with Ferragamo heels she bought before she was even engaged. For the rest of her bridal looks, she would enlist Over The Moon’s Styling Services.

As Roseanne grew up in Cleveland, the Cleveland Museum of Art was the perfect spot for their May 14, 2022, wedding. True to their beautiful venue, the couple wanted their wedding to resemble the Old Masters paintings in the Dutch galleries with grand floral arrangements and intricate details. Emily Coyne Events immediately understood Roseanne’s design style and planned a modern, elegant, and upbeat wedding. Molly Taylor & Co. brought the couple’s artistic floral vision to life. The Edges Wed captured every moment on camera. 

The bride confides that one of her most anticipated wedding decisions was the coveted invitation. “I think I’ve saved every wedding invitation I’ve ever received,” she says. She utilized Jill Sassa of PS Paper to design and print her invites. As a thoughtful way to incorporate Roseanne’s family further, Jill turned Roseanne’s mother’s immaculate penmanship into letterpress plates for the rest of the paper goods. Roseanne’s good friend and talented artist Gretchen Röehrs created the illustrated custom border around the invite, along with the rest of the art for the wedding. 

The welcome party at The Union Club commemorated David’s family’s wine country background with their homemade Sonoma vino and vintages. Roseanne’s outfit first appeared to her in a dream where she wore a Dior New Look structured skirt. OTM Head Stylist Anny Choi suggested they visit One/Of’s Patricia Voto. Patricia ultimately sketched out Roseanne’s literal dream dress right in front of her—Roseanne took that sketch, framed it, and placed it in her closet where the illustration hangs today. Anny paired the rest of the outfit with a Viktor & Rolf bolero.

Roseanne donned a Sleeper dress while getting ready for her wedding day with Mane Chic perfecting her beauty look. Her bridesmaids wore monogrammed Le Rose robes, while her mother and her sister still donned their Edith Hour pajamas from their previous night’s pre-wedding slumber party. The bridesmaids changed into their Chiara Boni, Cara Cara, Shoshanna, Mac Duggal, Marchesa, De La Vali, and Badgley Mischka gowns—all styled by Anny. 

Perhaps the most fun accessorizing happened when Anny took Roseanne to Beekman New York to try on their vast assortment of jewels. She ended up renting a platinum diamond collar, and her sister chose a rose-cut diamond bracelet that was emotionally difficult to part with after the wedding.

For Roseanne’s final glimmer and personal “something borrowed,” she slid on her friend Susan’s earrings. Roseanne explains this tradition, “These were Susan’s wedding earrings, and a bunch of our girlfriends have borrowed them to kick off their own successful marriages.” For the after-party, Anny found a sparkly The Vampire’s Wife dress, which Roseanne already intends on wearing for many dance floor occasions in the future. 

Tatsiana Shkuryna at Neiman Marcus helped David select his Brioni tuxedo. “It was time for a new tuxedo,” Roseanne shares. “David’s prior tux had been purchased his freshman year at Princeton and was extremely well-loved.”

Guests gathered for the outdoor ceremony with a view of the museum and adjacent lagoon. “My dad passed away in 2009, and we were incredibly close,” Roseanne says. “I was sad to not have him walk me down the aisle, so I decided that I would walk myself down the aisle and think of him as I did it.” Her mother also gave her a cardinal charm and his class ring to carry in her bridal bouquet as an homage to him. Roseanne’s business partner and “work wife,” Renata Quintini, officiated the heartfelt ceremony. 

Cocktail hour commenced in the galleries before the party moved into the atrium for dinner with a French brasserie–inspired menu by Bon Appétit Management Co. The reception was set with mismatched china patterns atop sumptuous velvet table linens. The newlyweds cut into their Alex Robba chocolate passionfruit cake, and then it was time to dance to Aragon Artists‘ Village Theory’s musical selections until the early morning hours.

The bride and groom continued their lucky streak at The Ritz-Carlton casino downtown. With friends from different stages in their lives beside them, they played craps, and Roseanne received the most money she’s ever won gambling—a rather auspicious start to married life.