Purple Sand | St. Simons Island Destination Wedding Planner

Tom and Amber got married on St. Simons Island!  The 300 year old Cedar Tree in Neptune Park and the Atlantic Ocean was the perfect setting for these two lovebirds as they vowed their love to each other forever and ever on Monday afternoon, June 6, 2011 at 5pm. 


Tom arrived early and was ever so handsome and debonair in his black suit, tie, and purple shirt.  His white calla lily boutonniere was pinned on as he waited for his bride.


Amber arrived shortly thereafter and all eyes within the park were on her as she took her walk to the chosen site.  She was absolutely beautiful in her white wedding gown of taffeta and satin.  The dress was an a-line strapless chapel train dress with a sweetheart neckline and white satin tie in the back.  The dress featured a diamond studded broach at the empire waistline and the taffeta was swirled and caught up all around.  Her earrings and necklace matched the diamond studded broach on the dress.  She carried a bouquet of calla lilies.


Tom was in awe as he and Amber stood together beneath the tree to be wed.  She was indeed a beautiful bride!


Vows were said with complete conviction, rings were exchanged, and a sand ceremony was held to signify their individual lives now being one and never again to be separated.   Just as these grains of sand can never be separated and poured again into the individual containers, so will their marriage be.


You know…I love performing wedding ceremonies for people that I know, beyond a shadow of a doubt, were meant to be together.  The look on Tom’s face when he saw his bride for the first time says it all…Priceless.   What an amazing blessing!

For more information, please visit my website at http://www.stsimonselopements.com.

Thank you to:

Lone Pine Photography

The Flower Basket


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