Despite the name “What if We Elope” we’ve always been fans of tiny weddings as well as true elopements. Sometimes you just can’t imagine getting married without the most important people in your life.
Krista and Nick decided to do just that. They were joined by their families at as they said I do at the Hunter Museum of American Art overlooking the Tennessee River. They continued the celebrations nearby with dinner, drinks and few additional friends at St. John’s Restaurant.
Here are a few words from their photographer, Daisy, about the day :
“Krista and Nick are nature lovers and originally bonded over their shared passion for adventure. They chose to say their vows in scenic Chattanooga in front of only a very select group of family. They wanted their intimate elopement to be all about each other and their passions–design, adventure, intimacy, and a future together. Before heading to their ceremony site at the Hunter Art Museum we were able to capture relaxed and beautiful moments with them in a wooded setting. Krista’s BHLDN sleeved gown stunned with a high peek-a-boo slit and delicate lace. After their vows they then celebrated in style with a small group of friends at a swanky local eatery. Their night was completed with a stone textured wedding cake (a nod to their love of rockclimbing). ”
Photography: Daisy Moffatt Photography
Ceremony Venue: Hunter Museum of American Art
Reception Venue: St. John’s Restaurant
Cake: Yellow Cake Company
Flowers: Southerly Flower Farm