I received a call early in the season from Laura and Christopher asking me to be their Tybee Island Wedding Officiant. They decided to avoid the crowds and have a February ceremony on Tybee’s south end. It just so happens that a low tide coincided with their sunset ceremony which allowed them to have a romantic walk on the exposed sand bar afterwards. If you’d like to talk about planning a ceremony with the one you love on Tybee’s south end I’d love to talk with you and would be grateful to serve as your Tybee Island Wedding Officiant. Please feel free to email or give me a call.
What I loved most about officiating Anthony and Tori’s Tybee Island wedding ceremony was their passion and spontaneity. It was their first time seeing Tybee’s north beach when we walked out for their ceremony. They loved the rock jetty and immediately asked if they could have their ceremony with that as their background.
During the ceremony itself it was obvious to see the devotion and respect these to had for one another. Tori would begin to tear up looking into Anthony’s eyes and with devotion he would brush her tears gently away. When they kissed it was one of the most expressive and sincere displays I’ve ever seen. They almost looked shocked to now be husband and wife and basked in each other’s joy.
If you and the one you love are spontaneous and what to leave the details to me, please call or email me. I’d be grateful to witness and preside over your Tybee Island wedding ceremony. Photography by Shannon Christopher Photography (www.shannonchristopher.com)