Emma and Kayley’s Enchanting Intimate Forest Wedding at Chapel in the Hollow

Captured & submitted by Star Noir Studio


We witnessed twice the beauty at Emma and Kayley’s enchanting intimate forest wedding at Chapel in the Hollow. Surrounded by the tranquility of nature, they chose elegant navy fabric and our pristine white florals to adorn the chapel, creating a setting of serene sophistication.

Both brides were stunning, each choosing unique dresses that expressed their individuality while complementing each other beautifully. Emma radiated elegance in a sleeveless white dress featuring open panels on the sides, covered by a gauzy overlay with a mid-length train. Kayley captivated in an off-the-shoulder white dress with delicate boning in the torso and voluminous layers, also with a mid-length train.

Together, they crafted navy and white sola wood floral bouquets, adding a personal and sustainable touch to their special day.

Emma’s mom played a pivotal role, helping both brides prepare for their momentous walk down the aisle, a journey filled with emotion and shared joy. Their friend proudly escorted them, a testament to the love and support that surrounded them.

Adding to their unique celebration, Emma and Kayley wore coordinating shoes, stylishly adorned with hints of blue and white, and the word “Mrs.” written across the sides, symbolizing their union in every step they take.

They’ve been joyously counting down the days to their wedding with a special little jingle, marking each day with excitement and anticipation.

Emma and Kayley’s wedding was not just a union of hearts but a celebration of love’s diversity and beauty, set against the backdrop of the forest’s natural splendor. As they embark on their journey together, we wish them a lifetime of love, happiness, and countless adventures.

Congratulations, Emma and Kayley! May your lives together be as joyful and love-filled as your magical wedding day.

From the Couple:

We worked at the same hospital. On the first date, Emma offered Kayley a bite of her hamburger and she said no thank you but don’t even ask to try my quesadilla it’s mine. Kayley proposed first. I went to get take out, and when I got back she had flower petals and all over the back deck and the string lights on. After we ate, I took the food inside, and when I came back out, she proposed. We chose East TN because it’s close to home. We are most looking forward to finally being married. For fun, we binge watch different shows, go on car rides, go to the movies, go out to dinner, and cook together.

Chapel Florals: Chapel in the Hollow

Bouquets: Sola Wood Flowers

Dresses: Sparrow Bridal

Invitations: Zazzle


Rings: Kay Jewelers

Officiant: Ian Parrott

Favors: Etsy

Photography: Star Noir Studio

Venue: Chapel in the Hollow


Jewelry: Kay Jewelers//Shoes:Converse//Signage:Zazzle//Dress Store: Sparrow Bridal//Floral Designer: Sola Wood Flowers//Event Venue: Chapel in the Hollow//Photographer: Star Noir Studio//

Submitted via Two Bright Lights

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