This wedding season has been chock full of amazing couples and amazing weddings. The wedding I did on June 17th is no exception. Jessica and Mike and I got together to plan their St John wedding and I must say: we did an amazing job.
My job is always easier when I enjoy the couple I’m working with. Jessica was a dream. And together, we built their wedding that their friends will be talking about for years and years to come.
Jessica and Mike contacted me in December to plan their wedding in 6 short months. We got it together and made it happen. Their colors were peach/coral and turquoise.
I don’t do a lot of weddings in St. John, but when I do, they never disappoint. It was a perfect day. I got over there on the first ferry of the morning to start setting up their wedding. The day couldn’t have gone better.
Their St John wedding was at Maho Bay, which is a beautiful beach on the north side of the island. There are two palm trees that we call “the kissing trees” that I think may be my favorite place in St. John now! It’s great for photos.
After the ceremony, we went to their reception, which was located at the resort where they were all staying; Estate Lindholm. Their group rented out the entire resort, so they had the run of the place. It was magical!
Estate Lindholm is an adorable property that sits atop a hill past Cruz Bay and Mongoose Junction. There are potted plants and several levels for which to build the perfect small reception. I would totally stay there!
All in all, the wedding day was perfect! Check out some of my favorite shots throughout the post.
Amazing Vendors for this St John Wedding:
- Ceremony Venue: Maho Bay
- Reception Venue: Estate Lindholm
- Ceremony Setup: Island Bliss Weddings
- Flowers: East End Flower Shop
- DJ: Eric Snow
- Transportation: Marley Taxi
- Hair + Makeup: Cruz Salon
- Cupcakes: VI Desserts
- Food + Beverage: St. John Catering
- Photography: Blue Glass Photography
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