"I mean, I guess I can understand why he might not see the beauty in a gorgeous, hand-painted teacup.
We each have our own things, and that’s healthy."Conrad and the law school graduate got engaged in October 2013 after more than a year of dating.
The Paper Crown designer, who is known for her crafty DIYs, has learned to take her lavish get-togethers down a notch since becoming a wife.
"Now that I’m throwing parties with my husband, William, I have to keep in mind that he prefers — how do I say this— easier themes than what I’ve done in the past," the 30-year-old explained.
She was named Betty Joan Perske and even later in her life her close friends still addressed her as Betty. Her father worked as a salesman and her mother as a secretary.
For the first five years, Betty lived in Brooklyn with both parents, but her world changed when her parents divorced.
We enjoyed a weekend full of The Hampton’s best food, wine, … I started doing my research and compiled the essentials you need for putting together a bar cart, …In September 2014, the couple exclusively confirmed to Us Weekly that they tied the knot on the California coast.Conrad opened up about the couple's first year of marriage in May 2015.After a while, she and her mother moved in with her grandmother and Uncle Charlie.She loved her grandmother who used to sing German songs and baked the most delicious cookies. Her mother worked hard to give her a good education and taught her the traditional values of their Jewish faith.
Her beauty and talent were on par with the Hollywood greats of the ‘40s, such as Vivian Leigh, Olivia de Havilland, Joan Fountain, Ingrid Bergman, Judy Garland, Barbara Stanwyck, Katharine Hepburn, and Joan Crawford.