Chris and Stephanie Eloped! | Driftwood Beach Destination Wedding Planner

Stephanie Marsh and Chris Dunn eloped to Jekyll Island, GA on September 2, 2011 in a romantic and intimate Driftwood Beach ceremony.  Hurricane Irene postponed their original elopement date of August 26, 2011, but nothing was stopping these two from tying the knot a week later!

Chris and Stephanie were simply adorable as they walked hand in hand down the sandy pathway to the beach.  They flipped off their shoes and stood among the centuries old driftwood and spoke vows of everlasting love.

Stephanie’s wedding gown was a creamy ivory chiffon, floor length with a criss cross bodice and spaghetti straps.  She carried a bouquet of summer flowers, just fitting for this beach ceremony.  Her golden brown hair was pulled back and hung softly on her shoulders.  She looked amazing!  Chris wore khaki shorts and a cream polo shirt.  He was ever so handsome and they both wore smiles from ear to ear.

They exchanged rings and the anticipation of being pronounced husband and wife was evident as smiles broke out on their faces.  Chris kissed his beautiful bride and they were married at last!


If you’re a bird, I’m a bird.  ~ Noah, from The Notebook

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Thank you to:

Jeannie Reeves

Linda Stewart


2 thoughts on “Chris and Stephanie Eloped! | Driftwood Beach Destination Wedding Planner

  1. Carla,

    You are so wonderful!!! We can’t imagine having done this without you. Everything was perfect. It was a simply ceremony, but you gave attention to every detail and made the event overwhelmingly special. It’s so obvious how much you care and enojoy what you do. Thank you for everything!

    AND Jeannie’s amazing pictures are the icing on the cake!

    -Stephanie & Chris

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