Travel weddings, they are the best! Why? Well for one it helps stir up my creative juices! Also traveling for weddings not only allows me work with different wedding vendors, but it also lets me explore new cities and unchartered territory. Explore, yap that should have been my middle name! There are many Chattanooga TN wedding photographers, but I live so close that the hour and a half drive wasn’t a big deal to be able to shoot this couples wedding. I’ve actually been working a lot in the Chattanooga area lately.
Curtis and Sarah found us online earlier this year and I’m so happy they did! They have been so nice to work with and I always enjoy getting to know new people. The Barn at Drewia Hill was their wedding venue and we loved it! Such a beautiful property and super nice people who own it! If you are looking for a rustic wedding venue near Chattanooga you should check them out. Their wedding vendors were also amazing to work with (which we listed below if you are looking for wedding vendors in Chattanooga or surrounding areas)
For me, one of the highlights of the night was Sweet Georgia Sound! They are a 20 piece horn band that kicked off the reception with some killer tunes! I’m a band geek so I was totally into them for sure! The thing is Curtis and his family are musically inclined as well. Curtis played the piano for Sarah during the wedding ceremony and Curtis dad played the trombone with the band.
Another totally cool factor is the red mustang below, it was Sarah’s late grandfathers. I adore when couple use sentimental things at their wedding. I couldn’t keep my eyes this classic car. Nothing screams America like a classic mustang!
We hope you enjoy this couples preview of their wedding in this blog! Don’t forget to click on the link below to view all their wedding photos.
Photographer: Your Reflections
Venue: The Barn at Drewia Hill
Dress: David’s Bridal
Florist: Grafe Studio
Caterer: Simply Savory Events
Cake: Margie Clark
Band: Sweet Georgia Sound
Videographer: J & M Productions
Planner: Paper Swallow Events