Soiree

PATRICK HO MAXWELL AND LOR­RAINE REYNOLDS WED IN BARCELONA

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Patrick Ho Maxwell and Lor­raine Reynolds tie the knot in sunny Barcelona

They met in 2014 on a night out with mu­tual friends, with Lor­raine Reynolds ac­ci­den­tally leav­ing Patrick Ho Maxwell with a mo­bile num­ber that didn’t work since she had yet to ac­ti­vate her phone. It was only when he reached out through Face­book and in­vited her to hang out that sparks be­gan to fly be­tween them. Two years later, he asked for her hand in mar­riage af­ter a ro­man­tic din­ner, the ring clev­erly con­cealed in a Kin­der Sur­prise egg.

Patrick and Lor­raine chose Barcelona, a city where they got to know and truly fell in love with each other, for their three-day cel­e­bra­tion. The night be­fore, close friends and fam­ily members were in­vited to wel­come drinks at the Soho House and din­ner at Asador de Aranda. On 26 May 2018, Lor­raine walked down the aisle to meet her hus­band in a stun­ning Monique Lhuil­lier gown; they said their “I do’s” be­fore 230 guests at the Hospi­tal de Sant Pau, a UNESCO World Her­itage site. Patrick’s best man was his brother, Jesse Maxwell, while Lor­raine’s maids of hon­our

were Lara Reynolds Zo­bel and Gaby Pratte. The cer­e­mony was fol­lowed by a re­cep­tion just a few min­utes away from the chapel, where ev­ery­one was treated to a sump­tu­ous din­ner catered by Miche­lin-starred Chef Nandu Jubany. Ev­ery­thing came to­gether beau­ti­fully un­der the watch­ful eyes of their wed­ding plan­ners and Patrick’s mum, Doris Ho.

“What made the oc­ca­sion a truly spe­cial one were the sur­prises planned for us,” shares the bride. “There was a ‘Bo­hemian Rhap­sody’ par­ody by Mama Do, a flash mob, and Patrick—who is quite shy—ser­e­nad­ing me. This was truly the wed­ding of our dreams!”

“What made the oc­ca­sion a truly spe­cial one were the sur­prises planned for us. There was a ‘Bo­hemian Rhap­sody’ par­ody by Mama Do, a flash mob, and Patrick—who is quite shy—ser­e­nad­ing me. This was truly the wed­ding of our dreams!” —Lor­raine Reynolds-Maxwell

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