An Outdoor Wedding in Fort Lauderdale, FL

After reluctantly trekking across town to a Manhattan bar for a friend’s birthday, Michael became mesmerized when he noticed Julie laughing across the

After reluctantly trekking across town to a Manhattan bar for a friend’s birthday, Michael became mesmerized when he noticed Julie laughing across the room. The two were introduced and talked nonstop for the rest of the night. After nearly eight years together, Julie woke up one morning to find Michael looking at her. He snuggled close and started whispering to her about when they’d met. The Bride Julie Marx, 28, a freelance film editor The Groom Michael Silverstein, 29, a director of operations The Date December 21 When Julie turned to reply, Michael stood on the bed, got down on one knee and proposed. An hour later, loved ones made them king and queen for the day by giving them homemade capes and crowns.

Tented Wedding Reception
Small paper bags were filled with all the makings for a tasty postparty snack: rugelach, chocolate milk, and a cloth napkin to wipe away crumbs!
Instead of large floral arrangements, the couple opted for multiple vases containing sunset-hued blooms.
A scrollwork pattern and playful dots decorated alternating tiers on the cake. The dessert rested on a gold stand surrounded by petals and candles for a finished look.
Julie’s father grew the bamboo used to hold up the huppah. Blessings from friends and family were written on silk ribbons that swayed above the couple as they exchanged vows.
Purple Bridesmaid Dresses