Joanna's Perfect Day
Joanna shares how she felt on the day of her wedding.
The bachelorette party was super fun, and as much as I was worried that Lea would have an awful time since she’s not into the club scene, she surprisingly ended up being the life of the party. Watching Lea with the strippers made my night! I couldn’t stop laughing, because I never thought Lea would be such a team player and go along with it. It made me see another side of Lea that I love.It was such a blessing that so many of my closest friends and family members were able to put their lives on hold and come from all over the world to witness my special day with Romain. Especially since the wedding took place on a Thursday, since that was the only day that was available at the Park Hyatt Aviara so last minute given that weddings are booked a year in advance. Romain and I wanted to make sure our guests were treated like royalty and were able to enjoy the amazing location, but we also wanted to thank them with customized gift bags, which we dropped off in every guest room to show them how much we appreciate and love them.
I have never felt so happy and at ease as I did the day of the wedding, because I was finally marrying the man of my dreams. I wanted everything to be perfect, and the most important thing for me is to make sure I am on time so my guests are not disrespected and they don’t have to wait on the bride to be. I don’t think I have ever danced so much in my life and I have never laughed or smiled so much as during my wedding day. Seeing everyone that I love so much there meant everything to me, and being able to see my sister and Romain get along was all that mattered, since I know it’s been a rough year for them both. The speeches from my friends, my sister, and Romain were so heartfelt and loving, and I hope it proved to all the girls in Miami that I have some amazing, true friends and family members that have been in my life for many years, who truly love me and Romain and know what kind of people we are. I am proud to be Mrs. Krupa-Zago and now we can slowly start planning the little Krupa-Zagos…