Lindsay and Andrew chose the stunning Walker’s Landing in Amelia Island, Florida for their wedding, and the venue set the tone for their wedding style. Set on the water and with a bit of a rustic vibe, the venue was a perfect mix of whimsy and elegance. Lindsay’s bridesmaids donned beautiful mismatched champagne dresses, while the men kept it classic in tuxes, with Andrew sporting a white dinner jacket. Tiffany of Liz Stewart Floral Design crafted incredible florals to accent the flowing dresses and woodsy reception space. Edison bulbs and draped greenery were a “must have”, says the couple, along with dramatic swaths of drapery from the ceiling, and the organic, loose bouquets and centerpieces added to the romantic feel of the day. This truly unique and stunning wedding, captured by Brooke Images, is one we know you’ll fall in love with!
In their own words
How did you meet?
Andrew’s mom and I used to teach together. She would always tell me that her son and I would be great together. And I would always say back, “there is no way you are setting me up with your son.” But, she was right! She threw a back to school party and had us both attend – and we’ve been together ever since.
What is your proposal story?
Disney World has always been one of my favorite places. Andrew and I have annual passes and make it a point to go fairly often. We went for my birthday one weekend and Andrew asked if we could take a picture in front of the castle. (I knew then that something was up…I am usually the one to ask for pictures). As the Disney photographer was taking our picture, Andrew got down on one knee and asked if we could spend the rest of our lives together. Disney became a little bit more magical that day.
What was the most important to the two of you while planning? Was there anything that you chose to splurge on or skip?
The whole time we were planning, we kept repeating “We want this to be a party for our guests.” Every choice we made was to add to the experience for our guests who supported us and loved on us while we were dating. We wanted to give back with an epic night for them and give them a night they wouldn’t forget.
What were your favorite parts of the day?
There are too many to count!! But my absolute favorite part, aside from the ceremony, was sitting on our love seat at the end of the table watching all of our guests interact and enjoy themselves. We couldn’t believe the day had finally come, and that everyone we loved was in the same room. It’s such an incredible feeling, and it’s a memory we will cherish forever.
Additional Event Information
We've featured the below wedding pros on Elizabeth Anne Designs,but we don't know much about them yet. Featured below? Click here to get started.
- Ceremony Venue
- Memorial United Methodist Church