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        Noah and Cameron eloped in the most stunning cabin just outside of Bryson City. They had originally planned to elope at Black Balsam Knob, but the weather had a different agenda. Thanks to Destination Elopements  willingness to go along with sudden changed we were able to have it in the most beautiful cabin. The floor to ceiling windows in this cabin created a truly breathtaking environment because they seemed to bring the rain and mountains inside.

        Cameron is a DIY queen. She filled the entire mantle with a collection of sweet things, detailed decorations and candles. The ambiance that existed with the soft rain and candles was so captivating and lovely. Both the bride and groom had a very simple getting ready process, but it was filled with excitement and sweet, loving energy.

        It is not often that I get choked up in a ceremony, but I just couldn’t help myself here. Their love for each other is abundant, and although they know each other so well, it was like they had first date jitters. I can still feel the calm loving energy that existed between the two, the rain, and the soft candle light. It was such a stunning ceremony that sinks right to the bottom of your heart.

        Cameron’s sister was also present with her boyfriend. You could tell that this family cared for each other and had such a close bond. The love didn’t just flow between Cameron and Noah, it flowed between everyone.

        Cameron’s son was such a hoot. He was so sweet, and worked it for my camera.

        Cameron and Noah have such an enthralling dynamic together. Cameron puts off energy that is so full of life and adventure. She is not afraid of a mess, and her love seems so wild and wonderful. Noah seems to be the sweet, calm in the storm. He accepts Cameron’s loving, wild energy and helps it bloom. He was the definition of a gentleman, and together they radiated something so beautiful.

        Cameron started a full on water fight with Noah in the rain water that had collected on the ground. She scooped and kicked the water at Noah, barefoot in her wedding dress. This classy, not afraid of mess, adventure was the epitome of Cameron and Noah, and their untamed love.

        This couple was has such a sweet presence that invades every single on of these photos. It was an absolute joy working with them.

        Much love,

        Kailyn

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