Whitney Wolfe, founder and CEO of Bumble, the popular dating app got married earlier this month. She married her longtime boyfriend Michael Herd on September 2, 2017. The couple got engaged in July of 2016. The couple had a private destination wedding with family and friends as guests. Michael and Whitney met in Aspen on Valentine’s Day 2014. Whitney was born in Salt Lake City, Utah in 1990. Michael was a Texas oil Heir.
The couple had a gorgeous wedding at Villa TreVille on the Armafi coast of Italy. The wedding ceremony and reception were both held outdoors. Whitney wore a beautiful Oscar De La Renta gown during the wedding ceremony and later changed into a second gown for the reception. The bride wore her hair up and also wore a veil during the nuptials. The reception site was surrounded with lemon trees. The wedding cake was a single tier cake topped with fresh strawberries and other fruits. Everything was lit up beautifully with candles everywhere.
This newlywed is really busy with an app just released earlier this year and another app on the way and with Bumble being so popular. She’s a busy woman. Earlier this year Whitney released her BumbleBFF app where women can connect to other women and really try to connect and find their best friend.This is a great app to help women make friends in a new city or even make new friends in your current city. BumbleBizz is the next app to be released.
Coming out this fall, it’s an app for the business minded. It can help you find your next job with a simple swipe of the finger. It helps connect people to businesses and helps bring out your inner entrepreneurship.
Whitney has always been very hard working. She went to college at Southern Methodist University and graduated with a bachelors degree in arts. At the age of 19, she began selling bamboo tote bags to make extra money. She’s always been an entrepreneur. In 2014, Wolfe was awarded Business Insiders 30 most important women under 30. In 2017 she was handed Forbes 30 under 30. Bumble has 11.5 million users now and growing everyday.