Recent Events

Check out some of our recent weddings.


Amanda + Gabryel

This couple wed at the beautiful St Anthony’s Catholic Church in Ft Lauderdale.

The bride arrived to the church in a vintage Rolls Royce accompanied by her parents. After the wedding the bride, groom and bridal party had fun taking pictures around the Las Olas area.   The reception was held at the Riverside Hotel.  Guests enjoyed an evening of sentimental moments, including a tear flooded Matron of Honor speech by the bride’s sister and a few dances with the couple’s 80+ year grandparents.

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Brett + Cindy

San Francisco couple Brett and Cindy decided on a South Florida destination wedding since they both had grandmothers in the area.  Their main goal was to choose a beautiful venue as a backdrop and set the mood for a big party. The couple each had a sibling officiate the wedding ceremony, which made for an even special day.  Brett + Cindy have a love of great cultural food and traveling so the Cuban inspired menu delighted everyone.  The wedding cake even featured a topper of a Dios de los Muertos bride and groom.    Despite rain throughout the day and evening, this couple danced and celebrated all night long.

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Gabriela + John

This Arkansas based couple picked sunny Hollywood, Florida for their nuptials since many of Gabby’s family would be coming from South America.   They chose the Westin Diplomat Resort for both a beachfront ceremony and reception.  Going with the colors of the ocean and sky, the couple created an elegant yet serene setting inside the Crystal Ballroom.  The stunning tall centerpieces with a mix of blue and white florals became the focal point with beautiful blue up lighting and draping adding to the romantic effect.   Gabby + John had a slideshow of trivia about them during the cocktail hour and her sister, the Maid of Honor, brought the bride to tears when she presented a homemade scrapbook of well wishes from each guests that she collected during the wedding. Photography provided by Jeff Kolodny Photography (http:

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Kyla + Brandon

For this couple it was love at first sight once they saw the little chapel in Palm Beach.  They just knew it was the place for “I do”.   The church also gave Kyla & Brandon permission to let their 4 dogs be a part of the wedding, each walking with a bridesmaid down the aisle.    After the wedding, the couple headed over to the historic Colony Hotel also on the island.    The ballroom was spectacular, decorated with a white floral centerpieces and gold accents.  The bride, with a love of all flowers, named her tables after favorite blooms.   Crystals dripped off the 4 tier wedding cake, which became front and center in the amber lit ballroom.   To thank their guests in attendance, Kyla and Brandon customized a CD of their favorite love songs and labeled them with photos from their engagement session.   At the end of the night, they happily retreated to the presidential suite at the hotel where many US presidents were known to stay when visiting Palm Beach. Photos by Thompson Photography Group.

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Noel + Ramon

“Meant to be” would be a phrase not only to describe this adorable couple, but also their adventure in locating the perfect wedding venue.   When the original location did not work out after some logistics issues, it was divine intervention that brought them to the Bamboo Gallery in Davie.   Noel’s father is the pastor at the church next door, which had an agreement to allow guests to park at the church during special events at the Gallery.   This allowed Noel and Tito to book this in-demand venue they normally would not have been able to get.  With blue skies above they exchanged their vows and then the celebration began. As tiki torches lit up the night, guests had access to enjoy the entire property, walking around the ponds, lounging in chairs by fire pits, and of course shaking up the dance floor.  The guests dined al fresco under lantern lighting.  This venue is truly one of kind and a hidden gem in South Florida.  Congrats Noel + Ramon! Photos were provided by Thompson Photography Group.

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Sipiwe + Leeroy

Sipiwe, an actress & Leeroy, an MD are both from Zimbabwe, and ironically had the same last name.   They were living in South Florida so Leeroy could finish his medical residency in Palm Beach County.   After falling in love with Delray Beach, with all it’s quaint restaurants, shops, and of course the beach, they decided they wanted to host an international destination wedding there.    They had people from all over the world..Africa, London, Asia, and the Americas.    Sipiwe, being the eternal romantic, dubbed her wedding theme…”African Romance by the Sea”   She set the “tone” literally with her rose colored Vera Wang gown she bought in NYC, her and Leeroy’s formal stomping grounds.    Adding in special “destination” touches like her luggage tag escort cards from Etsy and her custom postcard table names, which named different cities around the globe where guests were coming from, she enjoyed creating an overall romantic scene by using various tones of pinks and whites in her flowers.

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Traci + Mike

This gorgeous wedding was featured on Every Last Detail. Here’s the what the bride had to say about us…

“I couldn’t imagine planning our wedding without Stefanie Fox (Mr. and Mrs. Wedding Planner)! She was absolutely the most wonderful wedding planner to work with. My husband and I had a vision of the wedding day, and Stefanie was able to make it come to life. Living in Columbus, Ohio, we knew it would be challenging to plan for our dream destination wedding on the beach in Florida, but Stefanie was there every step of the way. From helping us find the perfect location, to connecting us with every single, fabulous vendor, to becoming a true friend that we were so happy to share the big day with – she was truly amazing

This intimate destination beach wedding was simply stunning. From the rustic centerpieces by Touch of Paradise that featured driftwood, moss, succulents, peonies and orchids to the vintage rosette table numbers that the couple painted after they found them at a flea market.  They also took old windows, removed the glass and put in a chalkboard which was used for the table assignments.  Mike, the groom, is a graphic designer so he did the save the dates, invitations, and the Mad Lib inspired game that the couple did in lieu of a guest book.  From start to finish this wedding was a complete reflection of Traci + Mike and their love for one another.” Photos by Thompson Photography Group.

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