We're roadtripping to the Georgia coast for Part II of Southern Wedding Sunday to show off this intimate affair on the rustic Cumberland Island from Lone Pine Photography. Bride wowed in a strapless gown that paired with a truly stunning red bouquet. The couple said 'I do' in a private outdoor ceremony before taking a jaunt around the island to capture some seriously stunning images. Thanks to beautiful Bride Stacy for a sharing a few intimate details about their relationship and engagement. "Todd and I lived at the same apartment complex and met through a mutual friend. We started dating and about 6 months in, I was diagnosed with Melanoma. The tumor was removed and around mid-April the wound became infected staph. I wasn't able to get my leg wet or walk until June and he was there...the entire way, nursing me back to health. I knew then I wanted to marry him. A year and a half later...he became my rock when my mom, really my best friend, was diagnosed with terminal cancer. He took such great care of her and she loved him so much! I remember Thanksgiving and we were all at hospice having the last "family day" and she was comatose but woke up when Todd walked in and kissed her on the forehead and we all had our last conversation. She passed away the following Monday. Long story short...he proposed on 10/15/2011 at Lake Lanier , the last place we went with my mom. I had always planned on a Plantation wedding and when my mom met Todd she said,'You finally met your southern gentleman to give you your plantation wedding.' But once she passed it was to hard to plan. We set a date and nothing was getting done. My best friend has a home on Saint Simons Island and we started looking up an elopement there and the only reason we chose Cumberland was because of Carla's blog. It was everything we wanted without the craziness of a wedding. We had never been to Cumberland, so we literally trusted her pictures to give us the wedding of our dreams and it was so much more than we could have ever imagined! I hope this makes since...I'm balling as I'm writing this. "