After perusing this collection of wedding imagery from Still55 Photography, pews and palms might just be my new favorite combo. Doesn't this scene just make you want to jump through the screen? I wouldn't mind being a guest in this serene space watching two love birds pledge their vows. Thankfully, we can all be virtual guests in the full gallery!
From Still55 Photography... Jason and Emily set out to plan a beautiful outdoor wedding on Amelia Island. The two claim love at first sight. Jason was invited to eat New Years dinner at a local supper club in Atalanta and Emily just so happened to be working that night. The rest is history. Personal touches and attention to detail are things these two know about. Jason is a personal/private Chef (Dine with Jason) and Emily founded her own energy company (Emrgy). These two love the warm costal beauty of the Island and hosted an organic gathering along costal inlet of the incredibly charming delta. Guests had a sense of sanctuary as they were greeted with pews outside under the ancient oaks of Amelia, then enjoyed the setting sun while partaking in low country traditions such as old fashions and oysters during cocktail hour along Walkers Landing veranda. With the grooms background in culinary arts, guest enjoyed not so traditional wedding plates that were nothing short of amazing. Courses included soft egg and asparagus salad with goat cheese,smoked morels with aji pepper vinaigrette. Stuffed Chicken roulade with carrot puree, fava beans and peas, carbonated blueberries. Pan seared cobia with ramp chimichurri, local sea beans, shrimp chip, Congaree and Penn broken rice with mushrooms. Of course all food had wine pairings with each course as well. The always delightful Atlanta Showstoppers and their 12 piece band played the night away.