“Incredible.” That one word was how Beau, Stephanie and I kept describing Victoria and Tripp’s Hunter Museum wedding day as we loaded our gear with satisfied smiles on our faces at the end of the night. The heirloom details, the ceremony, the band, the toasts, the dancing–everything paired perfectly to create an unforgettable party.
After years together Victoria and Tripp knew that they wanted a day which would reflect their history as well as their future. Classic touches such as white hydrangeas mixed beautifully with more modern blue and green accents (check out those incredible duck feather boutonnieres by The Clay Pot!). Their ceremony took place at the gorgeous McCallie Chapel in downtown Chattanooga. After their first look on the steps of the chapel we explored the grounds and took advantage of the June afternoon. I just loved how excited they both were to be marrying each other–it is so obvious in every picture!!
After their vows we loaded up and met at the riverfront to begin celebrating the night away with their Hunter Museum wedding. Every detail was precisely placed thanks to Luma and the Events with Taste team and made for an incredible reception (I especially loved the HUGE mirror done by Molly Nicole for their seating chart–wowza). After a confetti wedding exit (Superior Celebrations) complete with confetti cannons, Tripp and Victoria were surprised by their parents with a horse drawn carriage and rode off into the night, still laughing and dancing. In a word, it truly was incredible.
Thank you so much for inviting our team to capture your rehearsal and your wedding day Tripp and Victoria–we loved working with you guys and can’t wait to catch up soon!!!
Loved the back of her bridesmaid’s gowns!
Their garter and bouquet tosses were hilarious!!
Love these two!
I think confetti should be a part of every wedding. 🙂
Still celebrating!!! 🙂