The sun wasn’t shining and it was an unusually cold and windy day in South Georgia. But, that didn’t stop an amazing group of Jacksonville and Amelia Island wedding vendors from creating a beautiful and oh so romantic styled shoot.
Destiny (Let Destiny Design Flowers) and I had quite the time setting the table. The wind just wasn’t wanting to cooperate, and so we loaded the table with gorgeous bottles full of spring blooms. A perfect idea for holding down a table cloth and adding in more of the hues of pink and lilac. We scattered in a mix of white and soft pink candles in glass candle holders. Every romantic table setting needs candles! I love the use of candles in the same hues of the table decor.
For the table setting I chose a simple white plate etched in gold and topped it with a floral salad dish. I always bring a large selection of goblets and stemware. I’m pleased I chose the light pink goblets with a stemmed wine glass and a champagne flute. It all worked so well together.
Our darling blushing bride kept her “cool” as she dreamed of sunny beaches. She and her husband in real life were the perfect couple for this shoot. Their love shined beyond the clouds in the sky and added the much needed light to the pictures. Even the adorable horses at Horse Stamp Inn couldn’t contain themselves as they looked on, admired, and gave their nods of approval.
This shoot conveyed “I’ve got sunshine on a cloudy day”.
Flowers; Let Destiny Design of Amelia Island
Venue; Horse Stamp Inn
Make Up; Lia Croke Makeup Artistry
Dress; One Fine Day Bridal Boutique
Hair; Nic Studios
Bride and Groom; Jordan Keenan
Stationary; Haley Jackson Designs
Photographer; Nikki Golden of Nikki B. Photography
Table Settings; Dish It Out of Amelia Island