This incredible venue is nestled in Northeast Florida on the quaint little Amelia Island Plantation. Many couples will come to me having booked this space through the Omni Hotel, while others take advantage of knowing a homeowner and renting it directly through the Homeowners Association on the island.
Personally, this is one of my all time favorite spaces as it is so easy to transform to my couples desired design and expectations! From glamorous to rustic, or organic to coastal elegance.
So, let me take you on a tour of the venue and why I love it so much. Each of the weddings have something unique and special that highlights just those reasons.
Kristin & Harrison (photography: FinnyHill Photography)
Best photo locations, like this windy and wooden bridge with a view of the marsh.
An incredible wooded clearing for ceremonies.
Interiors that are open to interpretation and allowed us to go very rustic-boho for this reception.
Lindsey & Cliff (photographer: Ashley Steeby Photography)
The sunlight that flows through trees and spanish moss is just dreamy!
Not to mention all the windows that allow the rays to cast a beautiful glow on your reception.
Katherine & Marc – André (photography: Brooke Images)
The outside deck and screened in patio that allows guests to have multiple views of the intercoastal during cocktail hour.
Remember what I said about the dreamy ceremony locations?!
Total transformation of the space with this “Gothic-Glam” reception! We even brought in our own dance floor which I hadn’t seen done before at Walkers Landing.
If you choose a cooler month (basically November – February) you can have a fire burning in this little fireplace.
A moment I try to create for all of my clients is a ‘private sweetheart table’ where they are able to eat their dinner in peace and not be constantly interrupted! At Walkers, this private dining experience comes with an incredible sunset view.
Sophia & Andrew (photography: Ashley Steeby Photography)
For Sophia & Andrew, the floral & fauna and birds were the highlight! We even set up a bird watching station, a nod to the Groom and his love for the sport.
There’s that little wooden bridge again! What a view.
Meg & Reid (photography: Ashley Steeby Photography)
For Meg and Reid, it was a melding of the tropical and traditional!
Stefanie & Clayton (photography: Ivey Pictures)
The deck out front is a great location for Wedding Party pictures. Clayton was so handsome with all his guys, the backdrop was pretty spectacular, too!
Allie & Ed (photography: FinnyHill Photography)
At all angles, the ceremony locations are picturesque. You wouldn’t even know that was the main road behind Allie and her dad.
The rafters make it easy for florists and designers to create hanging decor elements!
and remember what I said about the sunset…
If you are planning your wedding at Walkers Landing, I would love to be a part of your day! It would be a treat to transform the space into exactly what you have envisioned. Give me a call or shoot me an email: 904.347.8746 & firstname.lastname@example.org
Emily Anderson says
That tropical traditional wedding was epic! Beautiful work!
Madison Mixon says
I’m interested in walkers landing for my wedding next December hopefully! I would love to know the prices!