Whitney Wolfe serves as the founder and CEO of Bumble, a well-known online dating application. Bumble is designed to assist people to get their life partners, and Whitney was able to find her match. According to Page Six, the couple first interacted three years ago on Valentine’s Day in Aspen. Afterwards, they got engaged in July 2016. On September 3, 2017, Whitney Wolfe wed Michael Herd, Texas oil heir, in a lavish ceremony at the Villa Treville in Positano along the Italian Amalfi Coast.
Whitney Wolfe Ties The Knot
The couple is yet to announce their union publicly, but family and friends took to Instagram to capture the destination nuptials. The couple used the hashtag “#homeiswheretheherdis,” to play off the groom’s surname. The bride wore a breathtaking Oscar De La Renta gown for the wedding ceremony and a silky, cream-colored slip dress for the reception and evening party. The reception venue was covered by canopies of lemon trees, which complemented the lemon accents on the menus and dinner tables. The cake was a massive single-tier topped with other fruits like fresh strawberries.
Bumble was launched in December 2014 and is headquartered in Austin, Texas. As of July 2017, Bumble’s workforce consists of 35 employees globally, and 80% of them are female. Bumble serves as popular dating app for girls who like to make the first move. The app has a new feature known as Bumble BFF which enables users to use to use the same matching and swiping algorithms for friendship instead of dating. Bumble BFF is a platform used to connect with new friends when visiting or moving into a new area. Bumble BIZZ, on the other hand, is the newest brand addition after Bumble BFF which is set to launch this month as an alternative to LinkedIn. This time women will be introduced to local projects and job opportunities rather than guys.
About Whitney Wolfe
Wolfe is a young American business entrepreneur who has been featured in Forbes Under 30 Magazine. Whitney Wolfe majored in International Studies at the Southern Methodist University. While in college, she ventured into the business of selling bamboo tote bags which benefited the areas affected by the BP oil spill. She also partnered with Patrick Aufdenkamp, a celebrity stylist to launch a non-profit called the “Help Us Project.” Upon graduating, she worked in various orphanages in South East Asia and later returned to America to work at Hatch Labs.