This coastal Georgia affair is proof that choosing the right venue is so, so important. The stunning Bride, Courtney and Groom, Chris knew that Crane Cottage on was perfect for their destination soiree. When this Washington D.C. couple first visited Crane Cottage on Jekyll Island, hundreds of butterflies were flitting about the property gardens creating a magical scene. This impression inspired every detail of their big day.
From the custom silk butterflies tucked into floral arrangements to a flower filled escort card table to watercolored blooms and butterflies on the stationary by Every Little Letter, everything was naturally enchanting. We used peonies, garden roses, hellebores wisteria and camellia leaves and well every flower, branch, leaf and berry we could find since we are being honest.
With lots of DIYs and decor inspiration (including details featured on Style Me Pretty and Martha Stewart Weddings!) the resulting imagers from Sarah Ingram is timeless beauty at it's best. It felt like nature and tradition merged to create an unforgettable experience. Take a look below to see.
Photography: Sarah Ingram | Coordination: Jekyll Island Club Hotel | Floral Design: Colonial House of Flowers, Est. 1968 team led by sisters, Amanda Griner Currier and Christy Griner Hulsey | Wedding Dress: Marchesa | Cake: Jekyll Island Club Hotel | Invitations: Every Little Letter | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Badgley Mischka | Bridesmaids' Dresses: Needle & Thread | Catering: Jekyll Island Club Hotel | Hair and Makeup: Emma Collins Beauty | Ceremony Music: Music By Pegge | Venue: Jekyll Island Club Hotel | Bride's Earrings: Mallarino | Film Lab: PhotoVision Prints | Film Lab: Goodman Film Lab