It was over 11 years ago that we met on a white sand beach in Fort Lauderdale. What seemed to be a chance meeting was perhaps not chance at all, but rather fate. The same fate that would crisscross our paths for 10 years and ultimately prepare us for the time when we were ready for a life together.
On May 7, 2016, we will be married on a yacht in New York Harbor at sunset in the light of the Statue of Liberty, and the company of our family and friends. We are so grateful to share our special day and celebrate you as well, for all your encouragement, support and love along the way.
The event will also be our ‘bon voyage’ as we are moving to Miami just a couple weeks later. We will miss all of you Northeasterners and hoping you will come visit. (Who are we kidding? All Northeasterners come to Florida - its part of a cultural exchange program. We’ll probably see some of you more there than we did here... haha)
Can’t wait to see you all!!
xo Jaime & Marshall
Special thanks to Heart of the Home’s Phyllis and Anna for, without knowing, showing up in the time of need. Oh, and for introducing us to pottery and handmade in America of course!
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