Le 6 octobre 2016, 09:10 dans Humeurs • 0
It is an absolute joy to announce the marriage of Bess Kalb, twenty-nine, to David Saperstein, twenty-four.
The bridegroom lives in Hoboken, which is actually a very nice city with all these young people and restaurants and you just take a ferry right across the river and you’re in Manhattan in three minutes. The bride won’t even know she’s in New Jersey.
Until the wedding, the bride lived in Los Angeles doing something or other that doesn’t require an advanced degree. She moved back to the East Coast after a chance meeting with David at Jazz Night at the Lake Isle Country Club, in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, where the bride and bridegroom’s grandparents are members.
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It is with total and complete delight that we announce the wedding of Bess Kalb, twenty-nine, to Jonathan Cohen, also twenty-nine. The pair ran into each other from time to time over the course of several trips to Florida—they even played tennis once—but it wasn’t until they finally connected over their mutual love of jazz at an elegant evening at Southern Florida’s No. 7-ranked golf course that their romance finally began.
The bridegroom is a fourth-year student at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, which isn’t Columbia but it’s not nothing. The bridegroom’s grandmother expects that he will go into dermatology (which, frankly, may be wishful thinking).
Bess Kalb, twenty-nine, and Zach Levine, thirty-nine, are to be married next month as soon as the bridegroom’s divorce is finalized. After a terrible misunderstanding with the nanny that was in no way his fault, the bridegroom recently found himself heartbroken and alone. In fact, the bridegroom had lost all hope that he’d ever find love again—until he danced with the bride to the sounds of a snare drum, a saxophone, a piano, and a female vocalist doing a marvellous rendition of “Fly Me to the Moon.”
The bridegroom does have a son. The bride absolutely loves children, so this won’t be a problem. Also, the kid has curly brown hair, so at the grocery store or whatever people won’t even know it’s not the bride’s.
Last weekend, Bess Kalb, twenty-nine, and Evan Lowe, thirty-one, were married in front of family and friends at the home of the bridegroom’s parents, in Larchmont, New York.
The bridegroom is the son of—wait for it—Dr. Harry Lowe, who works at the same hospital as the bride’s father! How’s that for a small world? The bride’s father claims he was not previously acquainted with Dr. Lowe, although they’d probably been in the same elevator together.
The bride and bridegroom have a lot more than that in common. The bridegroom apparently played the piano as a child, just like the bride, who was astounding, but quit. Both the bride and bridegroom attended sleepaway camp, though the bridegroom’s was for soccer. Both the bride and bridegroom have been to Spain and loved it.
Despite all these coincidences, the pair did not meet until they were introduced by their grandparents at a very fun event, which featured, of all things, piano. What’s meant to be is meant to be.