James + Meg
It was a quiet and cloudy day on Driftwood Beach for James + Meg's bohemian elopement, but let me tell you - this day was EPIC.
James and Meg trekked down to the very bottom corner of Georgia to Jekyll Island for their big day. Their vision was intimate and romantic and their elopement was exactly that. These two were the epitome of a boho dream. Meg turned heads in a full lace wedding gown and James rocked a mustard yellow suit for their special day. Their private ceremony took place at what might be considered the largest driftwood tree on the beach and the surrounding areas were perfect for their not so formal bride and groom photos pieced together with neutral florals, a little bit of pampas grass tons of laughter - talk about DREAMY.
After their ceremony, the pair made time to enjoy their beach inspired wedding cake and some champagne to celebrate their new marriage. Not a detail was overlooked during their epic elopement. We spent the rest of the evening chasing the sun and exploring the best photo spots on Driftwood Beach. This was truly a day I will NEVER forget!
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HA, GOT YOU! If you've been following me for a while then you already know that this incredible day wasn't truly a legit elopement BUT it WAS a stunning styled shoot put together by me and my sweet friend Addison of Three Lines Creative! We host styled shoots that encourage a community over competition mindset and make for the dreamiest photos that you may or may not be able to create an amazing story from ;) Want to learn more? Check out more info here!
Models // James and Meg
Dress // Reclamation Design Company
Florals + Decor // Ivory + Beau
Cake // Sugar Whisk Co.
Hair and Makeup // Hustle and Blow Dry Bar
Accessories // Humans Before Handles
Suit + Tie // Zara
Hat // Goorin Bros.
Invitations // Stephanie Cintron Photography + Design
Beach // Driftwood Beach, Jekyll Island, Georgia