Real Weddings

Stone Mountain Park Wedding – Chelsea & Travis

Chelsea and Travis had a small elopement ceremony in Charleston, South Carolina. Unfortunately, Hurricane Matthew came along and they were forced to hold their elopement ceremony in Asheville, North Carolina instead. Because of the change in circumstances the couple didn’t get many photographs of their ceremony and celebrations with friends and family, but they planned to meet the photographer at Stone Mountain in Georgia to snap some beautiful images of the sweet couple together.

They explored a few popular spots around the park together, and we are so in love with these images. The happy couple look very much in love, these images are so full of gorgeous light, beautiful autumn colors, and pure romance. Travis serves in the US Army so his cute American flag bow tie was the perfect addition to their session. Chelsea’s gown had a stunningly unique back and style to it, and she wore it flawlessly. She also brought along a beautiful peacock inspired shawl to wear once the sun dipped below the sunset.

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Photographer: Jessica Hunt Photography // Venue: Stone Mountain Park // Hair Stylist: Chromatics Salon and Color Bar // Dress Store: Hampden // Floral Designer: House of Blair // Shoes: Nine West by DSW // Bowties: Melody of Cuteness Bowties // Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Perry Ellis & Ralph Lauren // Scarf: Shovava // Jewellery: Solomon Brothers Fine Jewelry & Tacori

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