Just The Way They Had Imagined It! | Jekyll Island Officiant

The day began with rain and clouds, but soon gave way to warm sunshine with just the right breeze flowing off the Atlantic Ocean.  Terrence Graham and Denise Brown were married this awesome day, on March 29, 2014 at 2pm on Driftwood Beach, Jekyll Island, Georgia.


Driftwood Beach was completely void of any human activity as we stepped onto the sand and made our way to a romantic location among the overturned trees.  It was not unlike a deserted island with only the couple, the minister, and the photographer.  Intimate, romantic and just the way they had imagined it would be.


Terrence told me he was excited that this day had finally come and he would be married to Denise at last.  Denise arrived on the beach by golf cart and then proceeded over to her groom.  Terrence looked so handsome and debonair in a white linen shirt and slacks.  Denise was amazingly beautiful and wore a beautiful white chiffon gown that flowed all around.  She held a gorgeous bouquet of purple and lavender.


The two looked into each other’s eyes as they said their vows and committed themselves to each other before God.  Rings were exchanged, and a prayer was said to bless this couple in their marriage.  After I pronounced them husband and wife, they kissed!  It was the epitome of romance!

Vendors :

Wedding Officiant:  Carla Pryor http://www.stsimonselopements.com

Photographer:  Kathy Lipthratt http://www.kathylipthratt.com/#!/HOME

Ceremony Venue:  Driftwood Beach, Jekyll Island, GA

Hotel & Planner:  Tammy Young, http://www.villasbythesearesort.com


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