{ brooke + justin | married | the breakers, palm beach }

The Breakers, Palm Beach’s most exclusive hotel venue, was Brooke + Justin’s wedding locale of choice.

Brooke was model perfect, and one of the most exquisite brides ever.

As Brooke and her bridesmaids readied in the Gulfstream Room, Cameron Keating, one of The Design Studio’s creative geniuses, personally delivered this gorgeous bouquet of blush peonies, cream roses and pearls.

In lieu of ribbon, the stems were meticulously wrapped in “something old,” a swatch of Brooke’s grandmother’s vintage lace wedding gown.

Team Beauti airbrushed the bride’s make-up, flawlessly, and she was ready to dress.

But first a mimosa toast… How cute are these custom made flutes?

Some yummy mini tea sandwiches…

And a twist, with ICE…

Soon the bride-to-be was ready to dress in her couture gown by designer Alita Graham.

With the help or her friends, she was laced…

And tied.

Gartered… and Shod.

Her “something blue,” was a killer pair of open toed, bowed Manolo’s.

Grandma, stopped in for a quick hug.

And her mom, who looks more like her sister, came to help her on with her veil.

Then she departed…

For some final portraits by the grand courtyard doors.

Now that’s a ceiling!!!

Love this one too, leading to the east wing. Here Brooke lounged beneath it, on this inviting cranberry damask couch.

Meanwhile, nearby Justin readied.

With some help from his beautiful mom.

Soon, his many groomsmen joined him at the front of the hotel.

On the polar opposite side of the property, the girls also headed out, along the beach…

Then off to the small fountain with her very attentive, flower girls.

It was time for the first look.

Justin waited in the courtyard. Brooke arrived behind him, trying her best to hold back her happy tears. Justin turned to catch a first look of his bride-to-be, and smiled.

Eventually they met up with the bridal party in front of the Spa, and they cheered for a kiss.

Once the portrait session wrapped, it was off to the church. The boys traveled by bus… The bride, via vintage Rolls.

They arrived at St. Ann Church on time… but to their dismay found their Priest was most “unfashionably” late.

As they waited, the guests were serenaded by the talented Adriana Samargia, and the bride was unfazed by the delay, and put the free time to use taking some fun pics with the family.

Finally, the clergy arrived… and the bride and her dad, shared a last moment…

Right before he walked her down the aisle.

A quick but poignant ceremony…

Then off they went… as Mr.& Mrs. Kintz.

Back at the Breakers, they attended their cocktail hour on the great lawn.

While in The Circle Room, the Design Studio crew, readied for the reception.

Dripping in romance, the tables were draped in burgundy. and adorned with candles, crystal and, wine and red roses.

The Cake was a baroque inspired masterpiece.

As the happy couple made their way to their awaiting guests through the great halls.

I just couldn’t resist this last one…

Did I say last one… I meant second to last… look at that reflection… just one more… I promise!!! : )

Once the newlyweds arrived for their first dance…

The party got started in a hurry.

The Bride went wild….

Grandma got jiggy wit’ it…

SEMINOLES Chopped…

GATORS Chomped…

Sisters circled…

The Cake was cut…

And Eaten… well sort of.

And they lived “happily ever after words.” As they solicited advise for a great marriage from loved ones on little custom monogrammed cards. (what a great idea!)

The End.


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venue: the breakers, palm beach
church: st. ann catholic church, west palm beach

bridal gown: alita graham
shoes: manolo blahnik
wedding ring: tacori
bridesmaids gowns: bari jay
tuxedos: jos. a banks

floral decor: design studio at the breakers
invites: the dandelion patch

make-up artistry: team beauti
hairstyling: margrit of salon margrit, palm beach

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