Kristina and Greg always dreamed of saying “I Do” in paradise. With the palm trees swaying and the sun shining, The Breakers was the perfect locale to make their dream wedding a real fairy tale reality.

Real Wedding: Kristina & Greg at The Breakers Palm Beach

“What’s not to love at The Breakers!” Kristina shares. “Everything about the resort is stunning and it’s the best service available.”

Peek inside Kristina and Greg’s special day with photos courtesy of Sara Kauss Photography

Real Wedding: Kristina & Greg at The Breakers Palm Beach

Real Wedding: Kristina & Greg at The Breakers Palm Beach

Real Wedding: Kristina & Greg at The Breakers Palm Beach

Real Wedding: Kristina & Greg at The Breakers Palm Beach
Real Wedding: Kristina & Greg at The Breakers Palm Beach
Real Wedding: Kristina & Greg at The Breakers Palm Beach

Real Wedding: Kristina & Greg at The Breakers Palm Beach

“The moment I was standing in the walkway that leads to the Front Lawn for our ceremony…” Kristina recalls, thinking of her favorite memory. “The butterflies started in my stomach when I saw my husband standing at the end of the alter waiting for me to walk down. I will never forget how handsome he looked and how beautiful the ceremony looked.”

Real Wedding: Kristina & Greg at The Breakers Palm Beach

Real Wedding: Kristina & Greg at The Breakers Palm Beach
Real Wedding: Kristina & Greg at The Breakers Palm Beach
Real Wedding: Kristina & Greg at The Breakers Palm Beach
Real Wedding: Kristina & Greg at The Breakers Palm Beach
Real Wedding: Kristina & Greg at The Breakers Palm Beach
Real Wedding: Kristina & Greg at The Breakers Palm Beach

Congratulations Kristina & Greg!

Wedding Venue & Catering: The Breakers, Sascha LaGreca  / Decor & Design: Special Event Resource & Design Group / Wedding Planner: Carrie Zack Events / Ceremony: Front Lawn / Reception & Dinner: The Beach Club / Cake: The Breakers Cake Shop / Photography: Sara Kauss Photography / Videography: Senderey Video Productions, Ruben Senderey / Entertainment: Rock With U Entertainment, Ross Bielejeski

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Be it an intimate ceremony of 50 or a grand affair for 500, weddings and celebrations at The Breakers are marked by their striking settings, world-class service and thoughtful, indulgent details.

Those details also include our resort’s stunning architecture. Last month, we shared a look inside our incredible outdoor spaces—today, peek inside our breathtaking ballrooms….

Mediterranean Ballroom

Mediterranean Ballroom at The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by KT Merry Photography}

Modeled after the loggias of Italian villas, the Romanesque Mediterranean Ballroom was originally the hotel’s Grand Loggia. The elaborate fresco-painted renaissance ceilings portray paintings of the sky, with large Venetian-style chandeliers and tall, arched windows.

Mediterranean Ballroom at The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Donna Newman Photography}

The ballroom overlooks the Mediterranean Courtyard, and can accommodate up to 250 guests. Meet the Mediterranean Ballroom.


The Circle

The Circle Ballroom at The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Fred Marcus Studio}

Through its 15-foot windows, The Circle boasts spectacular ocean views. The soaring 30-foot ceiling is a shallow dome with eight oval fresco-painted murals depicting Renaissance landscapes such as Villa Medici outside Florence, and the famous Tivoli Gardens near Rome.

The Circle Ballroom at The Breakers Palm Beach

At the center, a Venetian crystal chandelier hangs from a stylized gold-leaf sunburst. The Circle accommodates up to 200 guests. Meet The Circle.


Venetian Ballroom

Venetian Ballroom at The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by John Cain Photography}

With stunning floor to ceiling windows overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, the Venetian Ballroom is one of The Breakers’ largest ballrooms. The 25-foot-high space glows with six chandeliers, custom fabrics and golden tones.

Venetian Ballroom at The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Munoz Photography}

This majestic room accommodates up to 550 guests. Meet the Venetian Ballroom.


Gold Room

Gold Room at The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Donna Newman Photography}

The Gold Room is an iconic link to the history and grandeur of The Breakers. Aptly named for its gorgeous diagonally paneled gold ceiling, the ballroom is a replica of a room in Venice’s Galleria Accademia and offers an elegant, romantic setting for a ceremony, wedding dinner, or after-party.

Gold Room at The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Vue Photography}

The impressive detailing includes the grand fireplace and overmantel and a richly decorated ceiling with hand-carved cherubs and ornamental gold detailing. The Gold Room can accommodate up to 250 guests for a ceremony and 85 guests for dinner with a dance floor and band. Meet the Gold Room.


Magnolia Room

Magnolia Room at The Breakers Palm Beach

With nine Renaissance chandeliers, a stone fireplace and a warm color palate, the Magnolia Room is an ideal setting for a romantic ceremony, intimate dinner reception or lively cocktail hour. Above the fireplace hangs a 17th century tapestry, “Russian Games,” showing eight characters playing blind man’s bluff.

Magnolia Room at The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Amy Hill Photography}

Originally the living room-style North Lounge for the hotel, the Magnolia Room accommodates up to 250 guests for a ceremony and 85 guests for dinner with a dance floor and band. Meet the Magnolia Room.


The Beach Club

The Beach Club at The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Chris Joriann Photography}

The Beach Club is a perfect secluded seaside locale for your wedding dinner. Whether you are looking for a tropical setting or contemporary elegance, The Beach Club venue emits an aura of casual sophistication.

The Beach Club at The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Chris Joriann Photography}

The indoor-outdoor setting can accommodate up to 150 guests. Meet The Beach Club.


Ponce de Leon Ballroom

Ponce de Leon Ballroom at The Breakers Palm Beach

The Breakers’ largest ballroom, the Ponce de Leon also has the flexibility to be divided into six sections for more intimate affairs and easily transformed to suit the needs of any event. Named for explorer Juan Ponce de Leon, the spacious ballroom has nine chandeliers and a beautiful foyer boasting a tropical garden view.

Ponce de Leon Ballroom at The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Gruber Photography}

The ballroom can accommodate from 50 to 800 guests and is the perfect canvas for a decorator’s whim. Meet the Ponce de Leon Ballroom.


Gulfstream Rooms

Gulfstream Room at The Breakers Palm Beach

Perfect for a small, intimate wedding reception or a lovely ceremony, the Gulfstream Rooms directly overlook the Atlantic Ocean and can accommodate 25 to 60 guests. Meet the Gulfstream Rooms.

Gulfstream Room at The Breakers Palm Beach

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Ready to plan your dream wedding in Palm Beach paradise this summer? Reserve your special day at The Breakers this June through August and let the celebration begin with complimentary benefits*…

Summer Wedding Packages at The Breakers Palm Beach

{Photo by Christian Oth Studio}

THE DAY BEFORE

Soak up the sun and enjoy a full day in a private, poolside bungalow—complete with a personal concierge Explore our Beachfront Experience

Hit the links for a Groomsmen Golf Day for eight …Discover our Championship Courses

THE WEDDING DAY

Sip champagne and nibble sweet treats as you get ready with the girls and enjoy a glam squad hospitality for 10

Sweet dreams: The newlyweds enjoy complimentary accommodations on their wedding night …View our Guest Rooms and Suites

DAY AFTER THE WEDDING

The day after the wedding, enjoy a delicious breakfast or Sunday Brunch for six …Meet The Circle

ONE YEAR LATER

On your first anniversary, celebrate with a special dinner for two at any of The Breakers’ restaurants …Browse our nine restaurants

*Offer available for weddings booked after April 1, 2017 for June 1 – August 31, 2017. Complimentary room type based on availability at time of booking. Restrictions apply.


Start Planning Today…

 Give us more information about your special day here, or call us at (855) 703-4659 to reserve your date and view our wedding packages.

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28 Mar 2017

When it comes to wedding etiquette advice, we always turn to Anna Post. The great-great-granddaughter of famed Emily Post, Anna shares her tips with our friends at Inside Weddings.

While we believe the key to a memorable wedding is in personalized details, we just had to share Anna’s expert advice on the top four wedding traditions worth holding onto…

4 Wedding Tradition Musts

{Photo by Bradeon Flynn Photography}

“Traditions exist for many reasons: practicality, superstition, habit,” Anna shares in her column. “When it comes to etiquette, the ones to keep are the ones that help you to honor and show respect for the people who help you marry – even if the tradition in question may feel burdensome or old-fashioned at first.”

Top traditions couples should not forgo:

1) Paper Invitations
Your wedding invitations set the tone for the big day and serve as a way to tell guests this event is “worth making a fuss over.” As Anna explains, “paper invitations have substance that helps create a gravitas that a computer screen just can’t replicate.”

Wedding Tradition Must: Paper Invitations

{Photo by Nancy Cohn Photography}

2) Visit with Guests
Whether it’s a formal receiving line, a chat during the cocktail reception or a special table visit during dinner, making time for your guests is key. As Anna shares, “one of the most important duties you have is to personally speak with and thank each and every guest for attending your wedding.”

3) Cut the Cake Early
As well as a truly sweet tradition, the cutting of the cake also provides a tactful signal that guests may leave without being thought rude—and ensures they won’t miss a special moment. Anna notes, “plan to cut the cake not long after dinner is finished so that older guests and guests with small children can make their exit at a reasonable hour.”

Wedding Tradition Must: Cut the Cake Early

{Photo by Nancy Cohn Photography}

4) Send Prompt, Handwritten Thank-You Notes
While some say couples have up to a year to send their notes, Anna says it’s best to ensure your thank yous are in the mail by three months after the honeymoon. Adding, “while it’s important that the notes go out on time, it’s just as important that they are handwritten and unique to each guest.”

…need help with your Thank-You notes? Inside Weddings has some great advice on how to write a thoughtful, personalized message.

What wedding traditions are most important to you? Do tell!

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See the full article on InsideWeddings.com

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