{ maggie + henry | the breakers | beach club | palm beach wedding photography }

Couture fashion designer, Maggie Liu, tied the knot with Henry Tang in Palm Beach at The Breakers on a beautiful December day. Maggie, was a vision from head to toe, in a gown from her own bridal collection, Mikimoto pearls, and silver shoes by Jimmy Choo. Florals and Décor by The Breakers Design Studio.












I just loved her her multi dimensional nail appliqué. With hints of gold, it was the perfect touch over nude nails.

























































Later, she changed for the Tea Ceremony, into a traditional red dress called a “Qi Pao, with matching red Louboutins.












As the sun set, violins serenaded them for their vow exchange atop the Ocean Terrace, followed by the cocktail hour on the rooftop overlooking the ocean.












As darkness fell, the reception began at the newly renovated Beach Club. The bride debuted one last lace + sequin bodices, over the shoulder design, by Jenny Packham, more suitable for dancing the night away.













After dinner, the party really got going, and there was one more romantic surprise. The bride tossed the bouquet, which was caught by her dear friend, at which point the lucky recipient’s boyfriend got down on bended knee, and presented her with a shiny diamond and a “will you marry me?” She said, “Yes” to the impromptu proposal.







venue: the breakers, palm beach
florals + décor: kim for the breakers design studio
coordination: katie gillespie

bridal gown: maggie liu bridal couture
shoes: jimmy choo
pearls: mikimoto
rings: cartier
pearl hair accessory:

traditional qi pao dress:
shoes: christian louboutin

reception gown: jenny packham
flower girl dresses: us angels

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