03 Feb 15

The Breaker’s Palm Beach

Jacqui & David got married last week at one of the most historic hotels in the country – a bit of history…

The Breakers Hotel is a historic hotel in Palm Beach, Florida.  First known as The Palm Beach Inn, it was opened on January 16, 1896 by Henry Flager, to accommodate travelers on his Florida East Coast Railway. It occupied the beachfront portion of the grounds of the Royal Poinciana Hotel, which Flagler had opened beside Lake Worth Lagoon facing the inland waterway in 1894. Guests began requesting rooms “over by the breakers” so Flagler renamed it The Breakers Hotel in 1901.

Brian and Juan from a professional standpoint made sure we took advantage of every beautiful angle the Breakers had to offer.  And from a personal standpoint, they couldn’t have been more friendly and enjoyable to work with! We honestly couldn’t have received more compliments about the photographer, and we couldn’t agree more.  Can’t wait to see how all the photos came out!” -Jacqui and David

VENUE: The Breakers Palm Beach | GOWN: Romana Kevenza | BAND: PowerHouse | WEDDING COORDINATOR: Sascha LeGrecca, The Breakers

See the rest of their wedding on our website tomorrow!

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