{ margaret + neal | the breakers | palm beach wedding }

Margaret + Neal’s elegant destination wedding was held at The Breakers, Palm Beach.

The stunning architecture of this historic landmark hotel made for amazing portraiture of the newlyweds.

Earlier in the day, the Bride readied in the Royal Poinciana Suite.

Her platinum + diamond jewels, all from Tiffany & Co. sparkled brightly.

The bride + her girls donned cute little rhinestone tanks, indicating their role in the day, prior to stepping into their lavender gowns.

Margaret’s beautiful bouquet was created by The Design Studio at the Breakers.

Her bridesmaids/sisters helped her into her Legends by Ramona Keveza gown.

Then on with the rhinestone belt and, oh so hot, Jimmy Choo’s…

The brides mom, who looked more like another sister, in her black couture mermaid style gown by Frascara, fluffed her daughter’s veil.

Soon dad entered, and his little girl fastened his white rose boutonniére.

Then they posed for a few quick family portraits.

Even Grandma popped by for a visit, looking adoringly at her granddaughter.

Then the bride and her sisters posed for a few last minute portraits.

Love this little shot of the flowergirl playing in the curtain sheers. : )

Meanwhile over in his parent’s suite, the Groom straightened his cuffs.

And finished dressing with help from his mom and dad.

Out on the Breakers grounds, the bride and her girls had tons of fun shooting portraits.

At the entrance, Neal and the guys, also posed for the cameras…

Then headed over to the courtyard for the first look.

The girls, did the same, as they whimsically trotted down the cobblestone walk along the beach.

Neal and his groomsmen, waited patiently for the big reveal.

Moments later, the bride-2-be emerged thru the grand french doors.

Then down the stairs…

to an ecstatic groom-2-be…

As the bridal party looked on.

Prior to the ceremony, the Ketubah was signed.

Followed by the Bedecken (the jewish tradition of veiling of the bride.)

After well wishes everyone headed out to the ceremony.

The flower girl got her basket of petals…

And the precious ring bearer gave the bride her flowers…

Then the girls compared their floral creations.

One last kiss from Mom and Dad, and the ceremony on the great lawn began.

Margaret started down the aisle solo…

As Neal looked on…

Then met her parents mid-aisle.

The rabbi’s words were heartfelt, as the couple smiled ear to ear…

their rings were exchanged.

And soon after, emerged happily, as Dr. + Mrs. Neal Kravitz.

Guests enjoyed a lavish cocktail hour overlooking the ocean.

And the newlyweds stole away for a few private moments.

In the Gold Room, Cameron and the Design Studio’s talented team, were busy transforming it into the perfect reception space.

Glass blown candles, orchids, and pastel roses set in vintage julip cups, set the scene.

The unique tree-style wedding cake, was covered in hand spun ivory sugar roses, which sat upon a matching ivory linen, with rose embroidery.

The newlyweds entered, and the festivities began, perfectly coordinated by the Breakers associate director, Kym Bychon and her fabulous five-star staff.

The First Dance…

Followed by several toasts…

Honor Dances…

A wild Horah…

A “Powerhouse” of a band…

And “girls gone GAGA…”

The Bouquet was tossed…

and Garters retrieved.

After the bride and groom’s goodnight speech…

The cake was cut.

As the evening came to a close, guests were treated to these fabulous lemon berry, vanilla, chocolate, and redvelvet custom cupcakes, by Georgetown Cupcakes, as a yummy take home favor.

And Margaret and Neal stole away…

For an end of night stroll…

Out to the Breakers magnificent fountain.

It is a breathtaking scene at night.

One last kiss, as the light danced off the water.

……………………………

venue: the breakers, palm beach
event coordinator: kym bichon, assoc. director of catering, the breakers
floral design + decor: the design studio at the breakers

bridal gown: legends by ramona keveza
shoes: jimmy choo
jewelry: tiffany & co.

bridesmaids gowns: amsale
mother of the bride’s gown: frascara

groom’s tuxedo: canali
groom’s shoes: ferragamo

videography: senderey video
band: the powerhouse band

invitations: c’est papier by invitations unlimited
cupcakes: georgetown cupcakes

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