Josh and Kayla’s Driftwood Beach Wedding | Jekyll Island Destination Wedding Planner

Josh and Kayla got married!  Driftwood Beach was warm and beautiful on August 20, 2011 at 7pm as the white wedding chairs were placed all in rows and the guests were seated for the marriage of Kayla Westmoreland and Josh Booker.  Zach Presten performed the ceremony and pronounced these two husband and wife.


The wedding music began as the little flower girl proceeded down the aisle with her small bouquet, before the bride and her father.


As Kayla and her dad walked forward, Josh was able to see his beautiful bride for the first time.  Their eyes locked and smiles from ear to ear broke out on their faces.


The guests bowed their heads and Kayla’s mom took a moment to wipe her tears as Zach asked blessings on Josh and Kayla for their love and commitment in their marriage.


They both held hands and listened intently to the message of the holy relationship between Christ and His church.


Vows were said, rings were exchanged, and a special sand ceremony was held to represent their unique selves being individual up until now, and just as these grains of sand can never be separated, so to, are their lives.


They were pronounced husband and wife and Josh kissed his beautiful bride!  Complete happiness and jubilation from these two!


Luke Smith of Lone Pine Photography continued their wedding photography and captured stunning images of these two and their small, romantic beach ceremony.


For more information on beach weddings and elopements, please visit my website at

Thank you to:

Luke Smith, Lone Pine Photography at

Zach Presten, Minister


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