In the Albertirsa church where Barbara’s parents wed 34 years prior, the pair exchanged vows. Barbara recalls, “Everyone we affectionately cared about was there.” All of us shed a few tears.
Dylan Sprouse, an actor, and supermodel Barbara Sprouse, formerly Palvin, are wed! The pair was hitched on the previous Saturday, the fifteenth of July in her native Hungary at the Harlekin Birtok property, which also serves as a site for events. The couple intends to wed publicly in the United States in the autumn to celebrate. Barbara explains, “[This past weekend] was meant to be a private occasion. But because we care about so many people, we wished them all to attend, so we landed up hosting 115 attendees.
When Barbara cut him in queue to join an event about six years ago, they first met. She asked Dylan, “What are you—a hot-dog vendor?” in response to his reprimand for her inappropriate behaviour. Following a flirtatious back-and-forth, Dylan’s interest was sparked despite there being no exchange of phone numbers.
Dylan slipped into Barbara’s direct message after the event, but it was to no purpose because she then ghosted him for the following six months. After finally giving in to his appeals and responding, she booked a flight to China three months later to catch the actor, who was at the time on location, and went on their initial date.
As of January 2019, both were cohabitating. The Victoria’s Secret Angel posted a photo of oneself and her partner in their new flat, “Two bugs finally living in the Big Apple,” with the phrase.
In September of last year, the pair got engaged while camping in California with some pals. At Barbara’s favourite wildlife viewing location, where you can observe otters in the wild, they had come to a standstill. She recalls, “It was very romantic.” He brought a blouse that was too good for camping, so I was apprehensive that he may propose.
Both Barbara as well as her sister, Anita Palvin, possess expertise with planning because their parents’ house frequently acts as a wedding site. And as soon as Barbara became involved, Anita acted right away.
Barbara also gave great thought to every detail of her wedding attire since she wanted to wear something elegant and timeless for the event. She started with Vivienne Westwood and ultimately chose a bespoke strapless dress from the British designer label. Tiffany & Co. was the go-to jeweller for wedding-day jewellery, and the jeweller made the bride a choker with ’90s flair that matched her gown.
Barbara wanted to seem youthful and lively for her second dress so that they could have fun dancing the night away. She decided on a short cut by Philosophy of Lorenzo Serafini with a cross back for that reason. It was the right decision, Barbara claims. “I felt like a contemporary princess in the dress.”
The bride says, “There is also a custom in Hungary where one is required to put on a red dress after midnight; it’s called menyecske ruha. “I needed to go with a Hungarian designer for this particular occasion without a doubt, so I went with Mero. The garment of my dreams was made by them. It was both comfy and seductive, which is precisely what I wanted. Barbara selected Jimmy Choo shoes for each outfit she designed.
The bridesmaids all appeared clad in stylish pastels at the same time. In order for everyone to still be able to express themselves whatever they desired within the theme, Barbara explains that it was crucial for her to choose a palette rather than a single colour. “I wanted everyone to be at ease. The boys were all extremely dapper in their black suits, and I used a few members of my family as flower girls.
Dylan continues, “I simply wanted a pretty conventional tuxedo. Moreover, I made care to shave.