The bride wore a sequined spaghetti-strapped wedding dress with an elbow-length veil and flip flops. Traynter sported an equally formal tuxedo.
Meg and Traynter in Singer Island, FL
An early-morning ceremony on the beach kicks off this brunch celebration
After spending the day preparing for the onset of Hurricane Floyd, Meg and Traynter serendipitously ended up at the same bar, E. R. Bradley's, in West Palm Beach, FL. Meg and her friends were interviewing patrons in an attempt to find Meg's perfect mate—someone with stellar housekeeping skills. When she met Traynter, Meg soon discovered he was no Mr. Clean. Still, the pair hit it off and danced all night. When they finally parted ways, they say they both had a hunch they had met their match.
Four years later, after the couple had purchased a house together in West Palm Beach, Traynter suggested that they climb onto the roof. "We had been wondering if we could see the ocean from up there," Meg says. Once up there, Traynter surprised his intended by proposing.