A wedding on Amelia Island is always a good choice. Located just a short distance from Jacksonville, FL, and Brunswick, GA, we have numerous venues, from small to large, and each has its own uniqueness and beauty. We have the quaint, rustic, oceanside, riverside, marsh front, woodsy, harbor front, oak tree canopied, formal, golf-side, pool-side, pier-side, and many more-so many more. I have had the privilege through the last 15 years of capturing weddings in all of the above-described venues. When I look back on them, I consider myself so blessed to have had the opportunities I have had.
This wedding I am sharing today is from summer 2014, Amelia Island. The ceremony venue was the Amelia Plantation Chapel, at the Omni, and the reception site was Walker’s Landing with its gorgeous moss-draped oak trees, tropical foliage and awesome marsh view. I wanted to share it way before now, but my schedule did not allow the time I needed to share properly. The fall always brings a little slower schedule; as I wind down to enjoy the holidays with my family and friends.
Please take a peek into the awesome wedding day of Jason and Lauren. The love these two have for each other is so very evident and they were a joy to photograph. It is also evident they are Gator fans –and I didn’t even hold that against them–being a Georgia gal at heart. (So glad they didn’t hold that against me and still hired me to photograph their day :). It is also very evident that Jason is quite the fan of Nascar. Just take a peek at the groom’s cake.
Please know you are only viewing a small portion of the images from their day, and some, in the slideshow, are included just for fun. When I photograph a wedding, I do so from the viewpoint of what I would want captured for my day or my daughter’s day. I want every detail, every person – within reason – and all the fun, emotions, formality, informality, romance, and even a little wackiness (if present), documented. I strive to catch all those moments with every wedding I photograph. Weddings are the most joyful, wonderful, full of life celebrations, and I love watching two become husband and wife. It never grows old. I never grow tired. It is always fresh and new.
Thank you for stopping by. I hope you enjoy what you see.
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