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Grammar Expertise Requested

The placement of the comma in this statement strikes me as incorrect: "Johnny and Sebastian were married in front of family at the breathtakingly beautiful, Banyon Tree Mayakoba in the Mexican Caribbean after being together for seven years." I don't think the comma should be between the word 'beautiful' and the name of the place, as 'beautiful' is an adjective describing the place. However, isn't a comma required between 'Caribbean' and 'after,' to indicate that the sentence is heading to a different theme? So it would read like this: "Johnny and Sebastian were married in front of family at the breathtakingly beautiful Banyon Tree Mayakoba in the Mexican Caribbean, after being together for seven years."

http://www.towleroad.com/2013/09/gay-wedding-video-of-the-day-johnny-and-sebastian.html


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