The Breakers Hotel in Palm Beach is a luxurious beachfront resort ideal for large Indian and Pakistani Muslim weddings. It has both indoor and outdoor event spaces that can hold 1000 guests.
The indoor ballrooms are spacious and if your wedding is during the winter months, I highly recommend the outdoor event spaces, as well. In summer, it is just too hot and humid according to the typical Florida summer weather. The hotel has a spa and a golf course are available.
Miami and Fort Lauderdale airports are very close and the hotel is located on the beach. Regarding wedding photography, I want to be honest, the spaces are just limited. The best area to take photos is the hotel front. You may be able to take some photos inside and on the side of the hotel building but the areas and opportunities are limited. Please, enjoy Chiki and Brandon’s Breakers Indian wedding photos below.
Wedding Coordinator: Nathalie Merle | Solea Events
The importance of the color red in Indian weddings can be traced back to ancient times and is deeply rooted in Indian customs and traditions. Not only Red is to ward off evil spirits and bring good luck and fortune to the newlyweds but also it is believed to be a symbol of love, passion, and fertility. This is why the bride is traditionally dressed in a red saree or lehenga choli, which is a long skirt and blouse combination, on her wedding day.
Red is also considered to be a color that enhances the beauty and radiance of the bride. It complements the skin tone of most Indian women and adds a touch of elegance and glamour to their overall look. This is why many brides opt for a red wedding dress, even if they choose to wear other colors for other events leading up to the wedding.
The groom, on the other hand, usually wears a red sherwani or a red turban. Another reason for men to pick the color red is that it is a bold and vibrant color that exudes confidence, strength, and vitality. It is a color that represents life and energy, which is why it is also associated with the goddess Durga, who is worshipped for her power and strength.