I have known Mary Margaret and Jonathan since they booked with me last year for their May 2017 wedding. We shot their engagement session last Fall in 2016 and it was absolutely stunning. Cloud coverage for days with a storm rolling in. Crisp Fall air. I just knew from their engagement session that their wedding was going to be amazing. The love these 2 have for each other is like a love story. I was right. It was! Mary Margaret and Jonathan were married on a beautiful May afternoon in Chattanooga, TN. The girls bridal party got ready for the wedding at a hotel in the heart of downtown Chattanooga, TN. Once Mary’s hair and make up were finished and her dress was slipped on Mary Margaret and SBP photographers headed up to Lookout mountain to shoot their first look and private vows before the ceremony. Jonathan was at the park awaiting his future brides arrival. He was smiling from ear to ear! This was so very special. Their first look was held at a secret little park tucked away by a wooded rocky bluff with a quiet creek running down the side of Lookout mountain. It was small and quiet. There was sunshine and cloud coverage with a light breeze on the side of a bluff view. Perfect location for this sweet couple. Once the first look was complete and private vows were exchanged (and I, Skye wiped my happy tears) the rest of the bridal party joined us at the park to shoot their portraits. With time to spare we all caravanned down the mountain to The Peyton Venue where the ceremony and reception took place. I personally enjoyed their ceremony because it told the story of how they met up to thus point which brought them in front of their closest family and friends to say their “I Do’s” and celebrate such a wonderful day and future life together as husband and wife. Jonathan kissed his bride and the party began! The reception was accented with bronze, golds, pinks and silvers. Wooden chairs with white table clothes gave it such an elegant yet simple airy feeling to the evening. Super fun family and friends at this wedding! It was so heart felt and I personally wanted to be adopted into their family. Congrats to Mary Margaret and Jonathan!