Jacksonville Wedding Photographers » Jacksonville Wedding Photography

Masthead header

Winterbourne Inn Wedding | James & Deanna

James and Deanna’s wedding at the Winterbourne Inn was definitely one of a kind and truly unique! When we first met them, we knew right away that they were both a lot of fun and also knew the wedding would be a blast. On the day of the wedding, when we arrived, we were a bit concerned about the weather. Luckily, the rain came earlier in the day and was totally gone by the time the guests started arriving for the wedding ceremony. Everything worked out great and the flowers, decorations, etc. were absolutely gorgeous. We are also thankful for the awesome wedding coordinator Cher, from Cher’s Touch who kept everything running very smoothly throughout the entire day. Another thing that was really unique was the “getaway” car was a 1930 Model A Ford that was just totally awesome…just like the wedding couple!

Please enjoy the photos 🙂

the winterbourne sign

a photo of the winterbourne inn looking from the ceremony location

flowers at the wedding ceremony

flowers and seats at the wedding ceremony

the flower girls before the wedding ceremony

the ring bearers during the wedding ceremony

the groom just before meeting the bride to walk down the isle

the bride and groom about to walk down the isle

the bride and groom in front of their 1930 model a ford

Ceremony: Winterbourne Inn, Orange Park, FL
Reception: Winterbourne Inn, Orange Park, FL
Wedding Planner: Cher Graziano, Cher’s Touch, Cher’s Touch

To see more about the Winterbourne Inn, please visit their website: http://winterbourneonthestjohns.com/

We hope you enjoyed the photos from James and Deanna’s wedding at the Winterbourne Inn as much as we loved capturing them.

All the best,

Lorraine & Jason

Lori Parker Floral Studios - January 23, 2014 - 1:49 pm

Oh, what a beautiful couple, wedding day & you captured it so well Haddock Photography!! It was a true pleasure to work with you!!
Sincerely, Lori Parker 904-806-8820

Your email is never published or shared. Required fields are marked *

*

*