Frazier Arms Museum Wedding | Part 1 | Chelsea + Sam

There's so much to say about Sam and Chelsea, but nothing seems fitting. Nor enough.  Everything was perfectly them. They grew up living on the same street.  Remember from their engagement session?  And they're just cute as a button. We started the morning at Simpsonville's staple, Salon 722, right around the corner.  Chelsea was a quiet and relaxed sort of nervous.  All of her closest friends stopped in to get their hair done and we shared tons of laughs before we moved to make-up.  She kept telling me to let her know as soon as I saw Sam arrive, so she could be sure he actually showed up to marry her.  Now keep in mind, Sam thinks she hung the moon, so there was no chance of anyone not showing up.

Everything went so smoothly at the Frazier Historic Arms Museum.  From the minute we arrived to prepare for their rooftop ceremony, every need we had was taken care of.  The girls got dressed in their buttercream dresses while Chelsea shimmied into her gown from Rebeccas Wedding Boutique.  They even had to give Pastor Steve a little spritz of hairspray before the rooftop ceremony.  Chelsea and Sam chose not to see one another until she walked down the aisle in front of their closest friends and family.  Part 2 this afternoon.  Enjoy!  frazier arms museum wedding

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