A White Casual Destination Wedding in Jamaica
As the CEO of Sandals Resorts (famous for its couples-only retreats), Adam is no stranger to romantic gestures. In fact, at his 28th birthday party, in front of 50 friends, he proposed on bended knee to an astonished Jill. The next morning, another surprise: They learned she was expecting. "I always wanted a short engagement," says Jill. "This gave us the perfect excuse." Four months later, the two wed in the groom's native Jamaica. And four months after that, Aston was born.
Friends first, Jill and Adam met in boarding school when they were 15 years old.
Jill's father escorts her down the aisle to Mark Knopfler's "Once Upon a Time."
The church doors are adorned with bright arrangements of orchids, lilies, and white delphinium.
The wedding's casual dress code allows for at least one formal element: the bride's lengthy tulle veil.
The guys wear vests from Brooks Brothers.
The bridesmaids wear blue strapless dresses to go with the wedding's color palette.
Guests mingle on the lawn of a family friend's home.
Guest Book Table
White flowers decorate the guest book table, also set up outside where the festivities were held.
Woven fans with a photo of the happy couple are given to guests to keep cool during the outdoor wedding.
Small, clear vases are set on the reception tables, each containing a different type of white flower.
Bamboo posts are decorated with white flowers and adorn the lawn where the wedding is held.
Small tents are set up on the lawn and decorated with white flowers.
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