Jane Fonda and media mogul Ted Turner
nuptials took place at the groom's home in north Florida.
There's no place like home, even for a corporate magnate, so
on a December day the couple welcomed a select few to Ted Turner's
paradise-- the Avalon plantation, located on a 25,000-acre
estate in northern Florida. Witnesses watched as the bride was
escorted by her adolescent son to the entrance hall of the mansion,
where the couple exchanged vows.
The Dress: The
actress was a Victorian vision in an ivory linen gown accented
with eyelets and a high lace collar, to which an oval cameo
was attached. (Fans of the actress can see the bridal attire
in the 1981 movie "Rollover"). The bride's only other
adornments were a pair of pearl drop earrings and a wreath of
baby's breath encircling her upswept hair. The groom opted for
a more casual approach, wearing a white shirt and jacket, embellished
with a white rose boutonniere.
The Reception: The bride tracked down and shot the quail which, along with venison, collard greens and corn bread, was served to the small band of assembled family and friends.
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