Hello friends! You might’ve seen all the fun photos floating around from Sofia Vergara and Joe Mangianello’s wedding late last year at The Breakers in Palm Beach. It was quite a night!
I had so much fun planning this wedding with Sofia. She had her vision down and knew exactly what she wanted! There were multiple events with lots of colors and lots of flowers by the fabulous Jeff Leatham. We were all so thrilled by the end product and, most importantly, everyone had a wonderful time.
Let’s start with the rehearsal dinner! The table settings were gorgeous with red and burgundy roses and black callas. Those gorgeous menus are by Lehr and Black.
And we had some hilarious, cheeky cocktail napkins from Wedding Paper Divas! These were a hit and goes to show how small details can make such an impact.
Wedding day! The beautiful bride wore an absolutely stunning Zuhair Murad dress. The gown was even more gorgeous and intricate in person. People were floored! The gown even had a detachable skirt.
The ceremony space was breathtaking. Sofia wanted lots and lots of flowers and, boy, did Jeff deliver! The space was absolutely magical with all white flowers and soft purple uplighting. Very, very romantic—the perfect backdrop for this beautiful couple to exchange vows.
More lovely flowers and décor for the reception, which had a fuchsia and red theme. It was regal, beautiful and completely Sofia’s style. Jeff Leatham, Revelry Event Design, and Lehr and Black are to thank for this beauty.
This cake!! It was magnificent, let me tell you! This beautiful creation was by Sylvia Weinstock.
Perhaps my favorite part about this wedding was just how much fun everyone had! Here’s Pitbull bringing down the house. Joe also sang to Sofia…twice! Once at the dessert party and again at the wedding. So sweet, right?
Some other fun deets? We did a coffee station with a play on the “Cup of Joe” expression (Joe loves his coffee and espresso) and dessert entailed everyone getting their own hot fudge sundae with toppings. Yum!
This one was a wedding for the ages, folks!
Header photo by Donna Newman photography