Eagles QB Michael Vick married his fiancee, Kijafa Frink on Saturday in Miami at the Fontainebleu. Though security was heavy and guests were asked to check their cellphones at the door, details of the lavish ceremony have emerged on the $300,000 ceremony.
On the menu: waffles and chicken!
The pre-wedding cocktail party began before sunset at the outdoor, second floor patio overlooking the ocean.
The Vick party’s vibe was relaxed, with hookahs on the tables and R&B music blaring in the background.
Waiters passed around fruity pink drinks to the gathering of guests — about 300 family members, friends and NFL colleagues of Vick, including running backLeSean McCoy and head coach Andy Reid, Atlanta Falcons wide receiverRoddy White, free agent wide out Plaxico Burress and retired New Orleans Saint Aaron Brooks.
The groom’s party went with a tropical theme, pairing their tuxes with pink and purple shirts, according to a gift shop employee.
The ceremony and reception took place later in one of the large ballrooms on the hotel’s second floor ballroom.
The decor featured lots of white candles, white flowers and blinged out chandeliers.
According to a server, the menu was as down-home as the 32-year-old Vick himself: lobster and oysters and shrimp, but also chicken and waffles, something that the Fontainebleau, one of South Florida’s most expensive hotels where wedding dinners start at $185-a-plate, had never served before.
Sounds amazing! Congratulations to the happy couple. No word as to where the honeymoon will take place,