Nothing was going to ruin Audrina Patridge's day, not even a wardrobe malfunction that occurred as she walked down the aisle!
The former "Hills" star married longtime boyfriend Corey Bohan on Nov. 5 in Hawaii and she gave a full rundown of the day on her blog, including a moment that wasn't exactly planned.
"I was lucky enough to have my hero (a.k.a. my dad) walk me down the aisle. I love him so much! I was fighting back tears as we made our way closer to Corey, but as this was happening, I could feel my train and veil catching on the wooden poles that lined the aisle, causing it to pull my head back," she said. "I kept moving forward with a smile on my face until it came off!!! I continued walking until some very generous friends ran up behind me to secure it back on my head. LOL — sometimes you have to roll with the punches!"
The former reality star, who has a 4-month-old daughter with Corey named Kirra, donned a sleeveless lace Pallas Couture gown with an extremely long train.
Audrina also said things were "hectic" leading up to the vows, as most brides can certainly attest to.
"My nerves were all over the place, and it didn't help that we had tons of people coming in and out, saying hello, and finalizing last-minute details," she said, adding that her makeup artist only had 30 minutes to perfect her look. "Amidst all of the chaos, I managed to steal a few moments to myself in the bathroom prior to the ceremony — I sat there in silence, took a few deep breaths, kissed Kirra, and said a prayer!"
As she headed to the wedding location, she had another issue, her emotions!
"All I could think was, 'Don't cry. Don't cry. You don't want to ruin your makeup!'," she said.
In the end, all went well and despite the wedding gown snag, Audrina remains in awe of the moment she and Corey said "I do."
"I will never forget November 5th, 2016 — I had the best time of my life and can't imagine it any other way," she blogged. "It truly takes a village to make a wedding vision come true, and I want to extend a HUGE thank you to everyone who contributed to making this day as special as it was."