Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Anne Hathaway Should Get Married in Cape May

Congrats to Anne Hathaway, who got engaged over the weekend!

May I recommend Cape May was a wedding spot for the happy couple? A few reasons why:

1. Hathaway's a Cape May girl, and says she's gone there "every summer of my life.". Her mother has appeared on stage at Cape May Stage. When she dropped out of the limelight after this incident, she came to - of course - Cape May. Even did a little karaoke while she was in town, and a little birdie told me she's a regular at Carneys. Bottom line: she likes it there.

2. Weddings are big business in Cape May. I'm writing a feature on the town right now, and one prong of the story is how many weddings happen every year. So there's plenty of vendors who can handle a celebrity to do.

3. Cape May is one tank of gas from New York City, Philadelphia and Washington, DC. Her family's form North Jersey, and she lives in Brooklyn. Close but not too close - an easy to access spot for her guests. Plus, there's a private airport nearby if she or her guests should need it.

4. Cape May has venues that can hold big, classy affairs - and small ones too. C'mon Anne. Why not have the wedding I'd have if I wanted to invite 150 people (which I do NOT - I PROMISE)? My I suggest here or here? From what I'm told, both require at least 150 guest minimum. You could do that in a jiffy. And I'd be more than happy to help. Just drop me a line.

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Anonymous said...

I got married at the Macomber AWESOME!

kcav said...

Is there something wrong with having a wedding of 150+? Wondering why you made a point of using caps when saying you wouldn't have one that big? Are you passing some sort of judgement on 150+ weddings?

Jen A. Miller said...

No not at all.