Engagement


Chattanooga Bridal AffairAre you or someone you know getting married? If so, then make plans now to attend the 2014 Bridal Affair, Chattanooga’s biggest bridal event of the year!This exciting event for brides-to-be is scheduled to take place on Sunday, February 23, from 1:00 until 5:30 p.m. and will be held at the Chattanooga Convention Center.Let us help you plan your wedding with over 150 vendor booths and wedding professionals, ranging from venues to caterers to florists, photographers and more. These wedding professionals will be on hand to speak with you one-on-one, and help you make important decisions for your special day!  Click on Vendors for a complete list.Register for the grand prize giveaway, a 7-day Honeymoon cruise!Bridal Affair is sponsored by The Renaissance Center, Flowers by Gil & Curt, Universal Travel and Solid Rock Live.Can’t wait to see you at the 2014 Bridal Affair! What: Bridal Affair, presented by the Chattanooga Times Free Press.Where: Chattanooga Convention Center, 1500 Carter St.When: 1-5:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 23.Admission: $8 online at timesfree pressevents.com, $10 at the door.Details: Bridal Affair features wedding planners, caterers, bakers, travel agents, wedding sites, deejays, jewelers, florists, photographers, stationery com-panies and others. Door prizes will be given away at the show, and you can register for a grand prize giveaway of a seven-day honeymoon cruise. You can plan your visit before you go! Check out who’s coming to the Bridal...

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How they met (this is kind of funny): We actually met on Facebook! (SO cheesy, I know.) We first began talking on Christmas Day 2010!  We just casually hung out as good friends, and I figured that’s all we would ever be.  In March, he asked me on a double date with a guy he worked with and my best friend. We ended up at Hooters (which we still laugh about to this day because that’s just not a “first date” place).  After the dinner, I came home and told my parents I would never go out with him again, and we would be nothing but friends.  After that night, Jake and I didn’t talk to each other until the night of the tornados (April 27, 2011), and I just felt like I needed to make sure he was ok.  After that, we would talk occasionally but nothing serious.  In June, my debit card was stolen, and in order to get my money back, I had to file a police report, so guess who I called?  Jake agreed to meet with me, and as soon as I saw him, something was different! A couple of days later, he showed up at my work , and we just had simple conversation!  When I got home from work, I told my mother that I would marry him!  A year and half later, here we are!!!  Read more about their story in the and see more engagement photography in the Pink Bride...

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A few months ago I had the wonderful opportunity to capture Rosie and Morgan’s engagement portraits, loved it!..They recently got married at the Whitestone Inn in Kingston, TN. Whitestone specializes in romantic country weddings and attentive services to make your big day simply perfect in every way, with everything you need in one fabulous location. Whitestone Inn is an amazing venue for wedding photographers.  Whitestone sits atop a hill overlooking a majestic view of Watts Bar Lake, a beautiful setting for both indoor and outdoor weddings. We where extremely excited to be apart of Rosie + Morgan’s wedding. Whitestone is sequestered from the outside world; it’s far enough into the country to shut out the distractions, but close enough that the journey is not a burden. Rosie + Morgan’s E-Session turned out...

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