Fans Are Obsessing Over Braxton Berrios’s Surprise Dinner for Alix Earle

The social media personality celebrated her 23rd birthday in the sweetest style.
Braxton Berros and Alix Earle pose side-by-side on the red carpet in their best fashion and smile for the camera.

Braxton Berrios and Alix Earle.


If, according to her fans, Alix Earle and Braxton Berrios didn’t already have the picture perfect relationship, now they most certainly do. The social media star turned 23 on Dec. 16, and her NFL boyfriend—who she and her fans affectionately call “NFL Man”—celebrated her accordingly.

In an Instagram montage that the influencer shared after the weekend, she revealed that the Miami Dolphins wide receiver planned and executed a sweet surprise birthday party for her special day. The fashionable social media star wore a shimmery gold gown fitting for a celebration on the coast of Florida, where she and Berrios live.

In the clip, Earle wore a black eye mask on the car ride to their destination, admitting that she “had no idea where [they] were going.” Their destination featured a beautifully planned set-up: a room full of gold balloons and a secluded table set for two. The pair enjoyed a candlelit dinner, which Berrios topped off with the most glamorous gift, a silver Cartier bracelet.

Her followers and fans were absolutely—and understandably—enamored with sweet surprise.

“You two are so damn cuteeee,” fitness leader Melissa Wood-Tepperberg gushed in the comments.

“i hope you know i’m crying,” one follower said.

“Marry him,” another wrote.

“All the EFFORT 😩😭😭❤️,” one fan exclaimed.

“Braxton setting the bar highhhh these days 👏,” a follower said of the athlete.

It really was the cutest surprise for the newly 23-year-old. After all, “You’re easy to celebrate ♥️,” Berrios wrote.

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Martha Zaytoun

MARTHA ZAYTOUN

Martha Zaytoun is a Lifestyle & Trending News writer for SI Swimsuit. Before joining the team, Martha worked on the editorial board of the University of Notre Dame’s student magazine and on the editorial team at Chapel Hill, Durham and Chatham Magazines in North Carolina. When not working, Martha loves to watercolor and oil paint, run or water ski. She is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and a huge Fighting Irish fan.