birthday after dinner at RED on South Beach. He took her on a
moonlight stroll on the beach, where Jasmine read the birthday
card he had given her. In the card, he wrote a personal message
and in large capital letters "WILL YOU MARRY ME?" Before she
knew it, Gary was on one knee in the sand with a ring box
aptly illuminated by a tiny light that made her diamond sparkle.
As soon as he asked her to spend their lives together, Jasmine
walk to the end of the pier that much more special," says Gary.
"I was blown away when I saw her; I felt like the luckiest man in
read "Their hearts are one. Their search is done. A true love
story never ends." Inside the pier, green moss hung from the
rafters and a white aisle runner bedecked with white rose petals,
white orchids, lilies, roses, and hydrangeas set the mood. Wed-
ding programs tied to raffia fans with gold ribbons were set on