The lessons learned from the Peltz Beckham marriage:
1. A gold and white theme works great even if you’re not Marie Antoinette or Donald Trump.
2. There is actually a security bag for a cell phone that locks. Like, with a key.
3. The ideal form of transportation for a newly married couple is apparently a golf cart.
4. Just because your wedding dress is designed by Valentino and there’s a Valentino boutique less than 3 miles from your house doesn’t mean you can’t take the family bird to Rome for several director’s actual design fittings.
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5. There aren’t too many white orchids.
6. You can sell Vogue the magazine’s exclusive rights to your wedding photos now matter how incredibly rich you are.
7. With a top chef such as Thierry Isambert overseeing the kitchen and the infernal chef Gordon Ramsay on the guest list, was anyone worried about a chef getting roughed up?
A night in Marrakech
Regine Traulsen and Bill Diamond marked the end of isolation by bringing back their famous Moroccan-themed party.
There’s a lot to love about this party, including the two camels that greeted arriving guests.
Docile and calm, they were. Do not spit or bite. Sort of like giant golden labs with a giant bump.
As the house is already decorated in the style of Régine’s native Morocco, she did not have much to do to realize the theme “Evening in Marrakech”.
Guests were asked to dress according to the theme, and almost everyone complied. During cocktails, the swimming pool looked like the green room from the filming of “Lawrence of Arabia”.
After cocktails, guests headed to the tented courtyard for a buffet — prepared by real Miami Moroccan chefs — that offered authentic dishes, skewered, sliced or tagine.
Belly dancers and a Moroccan singer entertained.
The: Lee and Cece Black, Suzy Elson, Lester Woerner, Mai Hallingby Harrison, Margarita Allinson, Christopher Ruddy, Dale Coudert, Fern de Navarez, Judge Jeanine Pirro, Herbert Jacobi, Ann Ames, HRH Sybil de Bourbon-Parme, Renee and Carlos Morrison, Robert Forbes, Susan and Dom Telesco, Arthur Houghton, Michel Cox Witmer, Dino Rivera, Nassrine Traverse, Mashi Azmudeh, Dr Neville Marks, Jill and David Gilmour, Katleen de Monchy, Nancy and Robert and Wildrick, Laura Codman and John Terwiliger, Paula and Bill Mikus, Michael James, Jason Laski, Bob Eigelberger, Jackie Weld, Minnie Osmena, Mary and To mark (channeling Humphrey Bogart in a white tuxedo)Freitas, Rep. Maria Salazar, Susan Lloyd, Alison Diamond, Scott Snyder, Robert Caravaggi, Veronica Ruiz de Velasco, Maribel Alvarez, Christoph von Hohenlohe, four – count them – ambassadors: Ed Elson, John Loeb, Lana Marksand Eric Javits; as well as a bunch of others who know the road to Marrakech doesn’t have a 7-11.