According to the news release on https://www.thevow.ie, the co-founder of Tinder App officially tied a knot to her partner, Mr. Michael Herd. The luxurious wedding was held on the cliff-side of Positano Village in Amalfi Coast. While they were in the process of making an official announcement about their marriage, photos and congratulation messages from their family members and friends had already flooded media platforms, including Twitter and Instagram. According to Ashley Longshore, the wedding ceremony of Michael Herd and Whitney Wolfe made people believe in Beauty, infinite possibilities, and love again. The couple shows the world that true love still exists.
During the wedding ceremony, the bride put on a remarkable lace ODLR gown, which featured a cathedral-length train, deep V-shaped back, and long sleeves. Later during the night dance, Whitney Wolfe changed into a little and short fringed white dress. The dress shimmered with couple’s dance as they enjoy their journey to becoming a husband and wife. The couple even used their personalized hashtag to display and share the photos of their big day.
About Whitney Wolfe And Bumble App
Whitney is the founder of Bumble App. It is the only dating app, which allows ladies to initiate contact. The application operates by encouraging communication process between the interested parties. Users of Bumble are usually required to log into their accounts through Facebook. The same information from the Facebook account are the ones, which are used to build your Bumble account. You just need to have a simple photo and basic information about your college and job. The features of the application are also amazing. The user can choose to favorite his or her conversation, to send photos, to sort out conversation, and to swipe while continuing with the search. In 2016, Bumble also released a BFF mode for people who are looking for platonic friendship. It uses the swipe left or right platform that is similar to the dating mode.
Whitney Wolfe was brought up in Salt Lake City and went to SMU (Southern Methodist University), from where she completed her Degree in IS (International Studies). She started her entrepreneurship skills while in college. Whitney started by selling tote bags made from bamboo to the individuals who were affected by the spillage of BP oil. When she was age 22, Whitney joined an organization known as Hatch Labs, where she was involved with the Cardify Project. However, she left the project and decided to venture in the business of developing dating apps.
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