Romance, Roaring 20's, and Rainbows - Chattanooga Wedding Photography

From the moment, Nikkie and her mom described their vision for this beautiful wedding, I knew it was going to be special. A historic home, 20's themed decor, guests in costume, and a couple so in love they radiated....what's not to love. 

This one-of-a-kind wedding took place at the bride’s parents historic home called “The Depot House,” located in the heart of Soddy Daisy, TN. More unique than the location, was the sentimental significance behind the history of the house: the groom’s grandparents had once owned the house, making it special to both sides of the family. Even the furniture had family significance, the altar, wedding benches, reception tables and chairs, and bar tables were all built by the father of the bride especially for the wedding day. 

What made this wedding special was the amazing details everywhere you looked that all feel within the vintage 20’s theme. From the antique mirror the bride used to get ready and antique locket that adorned the bride’s bouquet, to the antique china the guests ate from, everything made you want to take a step back in time. And surpassingly enough all the guests did, all of them arriving in character in their vintage apparel. 

The Wedding Party was no exception. Each of the bridesmaids adorned a different 20’s themed headband and matching accessories. While the groomsmen were styled in different lavender bow ties and ties, complete with grey suit vests. Not only did they look the part, but they were such a fun group of friends, who were up for anything.

But, outshining everyone was the beautiful couple, who radiated love the entire day. Even when rain threatened their beautiful outdoor ceremony and reception, this amazing couple smiled like they didn’t have a care in the world, because they were marrying each other at last! They were even rewarded with a beautiful rainbow at the reception.

Amazing Vendors who made this beautiful wedding happen:

Florist: Grafe Studio

Wedding Planner: Kendra Bailey Collins