How to Survive a Lavish Wedding

New York Times / By Jen Doll, July 20, 2017 Like many a human who has reached a certain age, I’ve spent a lot of my adult life going to weddings. They’ve ranged from a beach in the Dominican Republic to City Hall to the traditionally formal evening event, complete with passed canapés, ice sculptures, and sequined gowns. Before one of those ornate affairs, my date arrived clad in black jeans to pick me up. I spent most of the …

Destination Weddings

South Florida is recognized as one of the most popular wedding destinations, and this week I will have the honor of Officiating at the marriage of Lexi and Clayton from Atlanta, Georgia, at the exclusive Key Largo Lighthouse beach wedding venue.  They and dozens of those joining them will be the only guests at this secluded Florida beachfront wedding venue for four days. Lexi and Clayton will not only get married their way but also virtually stress-free, with privacy and time …

Kyle and Casey
Bon voyage!

Today Kyle and Cassey not only got married, they were married on an ocean going ship embarking from the Port of Miami. Togeather with 100 friends and family aboard cruising with them to party and celebrate the start of this marriage in style. It was a very special wedding, and here are just a few words from the Wedding Ceremony: “On what was supposed to be a casual first date in shorts and tees, on a lazy afternoon along the …

Colleen & Matthew

Matthew was chosen by his prestigious college to recruit more coeds. At one such presentation, Matthew not only met Colleen but was successful in recruiting her to come to his school. He did not stop recruiting, and as they told me when their eyes locked at a Jack Johnson concert they first knew as one of his a popular songs goes, they would be better togeather. For their wedding, with more than a hundred classmates and family attending from all …

Lauren & William

The rich history behind the Addison is a large part of what makes the venue such a special and enchanting place. Designed by famed architect, Addison Mizner in 1926, this exquisite venue is considered one of the most important pieces of architecture in South Florida. Initially created as the focal point of real estate operations for the Mizner Development and his headquarters for the early development of Boca Raton. Today, the estate is fully restored as one of South Florida’s …