A Lindquist Beach Wedding with Jaw-Dropping Details
When Katie and Rick reached out to me in January to plan their Lindquist beach wedding I was so excited by their vision. Katie, a scuba diver that lives here on St. Thomas, wanted a more natural look, and her soon-to-be husband had handyman skills to build the most beautiful focal point: their triangle arch. When I say that I am obsessed with this arch, it may be an understatement. Made of dark wood, this simple triangle was built with love, and after being adorned with flowers was an absolutely breathtaking place for these two to stand together and exchange their vows.
Katie opted for a halo made of greenery instead of a veil, and her dress was beachy yet elegant. I cannot say enough how beautiful her entire vision was.
Wedding guests were encouraged to mingle by an entryway sign stating “Choose a seat, not a side. You’re loved by both the groom and bride” that I had the privilege of hand-lettering. It was done in a mixture of solid capital letters and flowing calligraphy and written on clear acrylic; it was an awesome addition to their overall look.
Following the ceremony, the couple and their guests rejoined at Sunset Grille for a yummy brunch. Rick is a big fan of maple syrup, so they had a syrup fountain to accompany their brunch menu, and cake pops to go along with a homemade wedding cake that the bride’s family had baked together. It was awesome seeing things that were important to both Katie and Rick sprinkled throughout the entire day. Their tables were decorated with more calligraphy and pineapple centerpieces that were absolutely stunning.
Check out some of my favorite photos throughout the post!
LINDQUIST BEACH WEDDING IN ST. THOMAS- THE INCREDIBLE VENDORS
Ceremony venue: Lindquist Beach
Reception venue: Sunset Grille
Officiant: Aaron Englund
Flowers: East End Flower Shop
Photography: Crown Images
Food and Beverage: Sunset Grille
Cake: Suga Mama’s Bakery
Transportation: Marley’s Taxi
DJ: Tommy Bronx