The stars aligned for this celestial wedding in Memphis

Updated Sep 20 2019
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Photos by: Emily Swan Photography
The stars aligned for this celestial wedding in Memphis
Photos by Emily Swan Photography

Brandon and Chelsea planned out every little detail of their intimate and celestial wedding in Memphis, from Chelsea's stunning gown embroidered with stars to the crystals topping the tables.

Chelsea looked like the sun goddess herself with her amazing headpiece, and the green and yellow of the florals and wedding party's attire gave the wedding both an earthy and ethereal feel.

There were so many unique touches, and Chelsea and Brandon combined alternative with traditional to reflect the merging of their styles and of their love.

Here's a little more from Chelsea herself…

Brandon proposed by turning our house into a planetarium, and a lot of the details of our wedding day were a nod to that. While Brandon is more traditional, I am not, so it was a surprise for him that I wore white, embroidered with stars. The altar was designed to look like a new moon, Brandon walked to "Harvest Moon," and I walked to "Here Comes the Sun." Even my bridesmaids had star and moon pins in their hair. I was inspired by the '70s for the colors, and the bell sleeves on my dress.

The stars aligned for this celestial wedding in Memphis

The stars aligned for this celestial wedding in Memphis

The stars aligned for this celestial wedding in Memphis

The stars aligned for this celestial wedding in Memphis

The stars aligned for this celestial wedding in Memphis

The stars aligned for this celestial wedding in Memphis

The stars aligned for this celestial wedding in Memphis

The stars aligned for this celestial wedding in Memphis

The stars aligned for this celestial wedding in Memphis

The stars aligned for this celestial wedding in Memphis

The stars aligned for this celestial wedding in Memphis

The stars aligned for this celestial wedding in Memphis

The stars aligned for this celestial wedding in Memphis

The stars aligned for this celestial wedding in Memphis

The stars aligned for this celestial wedding in Memphis

The stars aligned for this celestial wedding in Memphis

The stars aligned for this celestial wedding in Memphis

The stars aligned for this celestial wedding in Memphis

The stars aligned for this celestial wedding in Memphis

The stars aligned for this celestial wedding in Memphis

The stars aligned for this celestial wedding in Memphis

The stars aligned for this celestial wedding in Memphis

The stars aligned for this celestial wedding in Memphis

The stars aligned for this celestial wedding in Memphis

The stars aligned for this celestial wedding in Memphis

Vendors

Photography: Emily Swan Photography • Bride/Planner: Chelsea McEwen • Venue: 409 South Main • Flowers: Lynn Doyle Flowers & Events • Dress: Natalie Wynn Design • Bridesmaids Dresses: Modcloth • Alterations: Green Needle Alterations • Hair: Callie Walck • Crown: Batcakes Couture • Tux: iTailor • Cake: Frost Bakery • Day-of Coordination: Aaron Jones • Linens: White Door Events • Live Music: Louise Page

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  1. WOW! the brides dress, jewelery, crown, smile, hair – all so VERY gorgeous! Love the decor and the bridesmaid's attire, too. 10 gold stars!!!

  2. I loved that the groom had a girl as one of his best men?? I wanted my guy friend as a maid of honour, but he wouldn't wear a dress? I wonder why?

  3. That is one of the most stunning bridal looks I've ever seen! And the groom looked amazing too! Congrats!

  4. OMG this wedding is so stinking adorable I loved everything and the groomsman lady wearing the same outfit as the other groomsman made me squeal with happiness that looked so good. ( very nice choice) and omg the bride stunning from the top of the crown to the bottom. Girl you is sexy as hell. Anyways I hope the best for you guys what a creative wedding thanks for sharing with us <3

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