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Marry Me in Palm Beach Style! Contest CANCELED

Clerk & Comptroller Launches New Lilly Pulitzer-Designed Marriage Room

Post Date:03/11/2020 12:51 PM

The "Marry Me in Palm Beach Style!" contest has been canceled.

More information about getting married in the Lilly Pulitzer-Designed marriage room will be available at a later date.

Lilly Pulitzer-designed marriage room 

WEST PALM BEACH – If you’re a bride-to-be who loves Lilly Pulitzer, the Clerk & Comptroller, Palm Beach County has the perfect place for you to tie the knot!

Coming this April: A Lilly Pulitzer-designed marriage ceremony room at the Main Courthouse in downtown West Palm Beach.

The room’s décor is inspired by the island of Palm Beach where Lilly Pulitzer started the brand. It features flowing palm trees, bright pink flowers and delicate orchids hand-painted by a Lilly Pulitzer Print Studio artist.

“There is nothing more Palm Beach than a Lilly Pulitzer print, and now couples who get married in our Main Courthouse will have a gorgeous backdrop for their wedding day,” said Clerk & Comptroller Sharon R. Bock, Esq. “I appreciate the Lilly Pulitzer team members who donated their time and talents to give our couples a beautiful setting for their courthouse marriage ceremonies.”

The room officially opens on Thursday, April 2, with a pink ribbon cutting and the first couple married by Clerk Bock at 11:30 a.m. The first couple married in the room will be the winners of “Marry Me in Palm Beach Style!” contest.

Contestants will share their story of why they should be the first couple married in the Lilly Pulitzer room. The person whose story and photo get the most likes on the Clerk’s Facebook page will be selected as the winner. The contest launched on Wednesday, March 11, and entries are due no later than 4 p.m. on Friday, March 20.

To enter, visit www.mypalmbeachclerk.com, fill out the online form and share your story. Please note: Couples must live in Palm Beach County and are responsible for obtaining their own marriage license prior to the ceremony.

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