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Ja's premier mass vow exchange tomorrow

Published:Friday | February 13, 2015 | 12:00 AM

The Hope Botanical Gardens in St Andrew will be teeming with love tomorrow afternoon when it hosts the second annual wedding spectacular - 14-14-14. Organised by MSW Events, 14 couples from the 14 parishes of Jamaica get to say I do in a special way on February 14.

Jamaica's premier mass vow exchange, the event ensures that each couple still gets the wedding of their dreams. Over the past months, the couples have been integrally involved in planning their dream wedding, as well as getting some time to relax and unwind, not something many couples get to do.

Among the many excursions, that they have been involved in, for the final week, they were treated to a Moët & Chandom luncheon by Wray & Nephew.

On Wednesday afternoon @twentythree, in New Kingston, welcomed the warm and grateful smiles of the 14 lucky couples. Coined 'Toast to unforgettable moments', Moët & Chandon gave an official toast to the couples. "Moët is the pioneer brand for creating memories and moments that will last forever, and so we decided to celebrate the lucky couples with a toast to many more happy moments, while doing so responsibly," shared Jared Samuel, brand manager Moët, Hennessy portfolio.

LIME Couples Challenge

After their champagne lunch, the couples journeyed to Ribbiz Lounge in Barbican for the LIME couples challenge.

Over the past weeks, the couples have been subjected to a series of challenges set by the telecommunications firm. After Saturday's ceremony, the winning couple will jet off to have the honeymoon of a lifetime at Secrets Wild Orchid, by event title sponsors, LIME.

The 14 couples have had a fun-filled week, as other activities included a bachelorette party by Trainfit Club at Ultimate Fitness by Lee Gore Business Centre on Waterloo road, while Club Privilege rolled out the red-carpet treatment for their bachelor party in the VIP lounge, embellished with gorgeous hostess and complimentary champagne.