If you’re looking for a fun and unique element to add to your special day, consider adding an ice bar. Extremely customizable, ice bars at The Breakers have included monograms, mini sculptures and beautiful wedding-inspired designs.

Ice bar

What better way to chill your champagne than to encase it in ice? Now that’s one ‘cool’ champagne toast!

Ice bar

If you can dream it, we can get it hand-carved out of ice just for you….

Ice bar
Photo by Lila Photo

Ice bar
Photo by Donna Newman

The Breakers works with the talented artists at Sculptured Ice to create these chilly masterpieces.

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  1. Deidra Chustz Jan 30, 2011 / 01:41 am

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The spectacular destination wedding of Ashleigh and Robert at The Breakers last August is featured in a special 10-page spread of Inside Weddings’ winter edition.

Until you get your hands on a copy, here’s a look at the couple’s beachside ceremony on the Ocean Lawn, dinner in the Gold Room and after hours party in the Mediterranean Ballroom. Also, check out the IW blog for more photos and Ash & Rob’s story, here.

Real Wedding: Ashleigh and Robert

Real Wedding: Ashleigh and Robert

Real Wedding: Ashleigh and Robert

Real Wedding: Ashleigh and Robert

Real Wedding: Ashleigh and Robert

Real Wedding: Ashleigh and Robert

Real Wedding: Ashleigh and Robert

Real Wedding: Ashleigh and Robert

Real Wedding: Ashleigh and Robert

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Last month we introduced you to Breakers destination wedding bride and groom Michelle & Justin. With their fanciful February wedding just a month away, the Manhattan couple escaped the cold and visited Palm Beach to taste their yummy menu.

Michelle & Justin's tasting
Justin and Michelle at their menu tasting with The Breakers Executive Chef Jeff Simms, left, and Associate Director of Catering Kym Bichon.

The couple, their wedding planners and the groom’s parents tasted each part of the fantastic four-course dinner they will serve to their guests next month.

We can’t tell you what delectable goodies they selected for their special day, (wouldn’t want to ruin the surprise for their guests) but we can tell you their menu is full of fun surprises and each course is more delicious than the last.

The week prior, Michelle and the gang visited couture cake designer Sylvia Wienstock at her New York City studio to choose flavors and fillings and ogle her famed sugar flowers.

Michelle & Sylvia
From left: Mother-of-the-groom Stacey, queen of cakes Sylvia Wienstock and Breakers bride Michelle.

See the couple’s gorgeous wedding invites from Cice New York here.

Watch Michelle & Justin’s champagne fight engagement shoot here.

Stay tuned for more updates on Michelle & Justin’s big day!

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The bride’s bouquet usually gets all the attention, but what about the groom’s boutineer?

Boutineer

The boutineer is that distinguished touch that defines the groom and his groomsmen. Like many wedding traditions, the boutineer can be done traditionally or created with a more modern, unique touch.

Here’s a look at both types, custom-designed with fresh flowers by The Breakers Design Studio.

TRADITIONAL
Traditional boutineers

Left: This striking piece was created with white stephanotis and accents of lisianthus, then wrapped with silver wire and ribbon and finished with crystal pins.

Right: Also designed with white stephanotis, this piece has a tiger orchid and hot pink coxcomb with a pearl center and pearl pin accents, all wrapped with double face pink satin ribbon.

NON TRADITIONAL
Non traditional boutineers

Left: This non-traditional boutineer was made with fire opal flowers and a green succulent plant, all tired together with branch wire and white twigs.


Right: Adding some fun color, this boutineer was created with apricot vanda and then wrapped with satin ribbon and wire.

Photos courtesy of Jeff Kolodny and The Breakers

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  1. Aurea Poisso Jan 21, 2011 / 02:53 pm

    Great website you have, I’ll definitely come back to check up on more of your posts.

  2. Seth Ramire Jan 25, 2011 / 08:45 am

    Nice post . keep up the good work.

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