Category Archives: Wedding Photography In Chattanooga

Jenn + Joel’s Backyard Wedding

Jenn + Joel’s Backyard Wedding By Chattanooga Wedding Photographer: Jennifer Anderson Photography Yes, you read that right! Jenn and Joel had a backyard wedding! But you would never guess it because of how amazing it looks! And you’d never know it because they did it good! As a wedding photographer, my first thought was to…

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Megan + Kenny’s Vineyard Reception

Megan + Kenny’s Vineyard Reception by Chattanooga Wedding Photographer, Jennifer Anderson Photography If you’ll recall, Kenny and Megan had a courthouse elopement wedding, but they still wanted to celebrate with family and friends, so they opted for a small reception to commemorate their recent marriage. This wedding reception was just like any other reception, with…

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Megan + Kenny’s Courthouse Elopement

Megan + Kenny’s Courthouse Elopement by Chattanooga Wedding Photographer, Jennifer Anderson Photography As a Chattanooga Wedding Photographer, I do sometimes get brides and grooms that want to escape the clamor of planning a traditional wedding and just do an elopement. I met this sweet couple at a historic courthouse and watched them tie the knot…

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The Importance of Two Wedding Photographers

The Importance of Two Wedding Photographers As a Chattanooga Wedding Photographer, I have the option of having two wedding photographers at your wedding. The second photographer is called a second shooter. A second shooter is an additional photographer who is there to cover the wedding as well, working under my direction. I highly recommend having…

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What to Expect in Our Pre-Event Consult

What to Expect in Our Pre-Event Consult A pre-event consult is set in place so that we get an opportunity to meet and talk about your wedding and expectations before the big day arrives. As your Chattanooga Wedding Photographer, there are number of things that are super important. We will talk about the timeline of…

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What I Capture On Your Wedding Day

What I Capture On Your Wedding Day As a Chattanooga Wedding Photographer, I am with you from the time you start getting ready for big day and late into the night of your reception. I will cover Getting Ready – the bride and the groom separately, the Ceremony – and all the details within, the…

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Best Wedding Photographers In Chattanooga

Best Wedding Photographers in Chattanooga Your wedding only happens once, and you deserve the best. The best wedding photographers in Chattanooga, the best venues, the best flowers, the best everything. You are pouring money, blood, sweat and tears into this amazing day. You need the best wedding photographers in Chattanooga to capture all of these…

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Feeding The Wedding Photographer

Feeding the Wedding Photographer A wedding typically lasts 10 to 12 hours and feeding the wedding photographer – the only vendor with you from start to finish – is important. If we take getting ready shots and are there all day, we try to eat a big breakfast before we get there, but that only…

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I Don’t Want a First Look

Don’t want a First Look If you want to go the more traditional route and don’t want a first look that’s totally ok! But, you have to think about the time needed after your ceremony for family photos. Here are the minimum times you will need to schedule out for photos after the ceremony. For…

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What is an Unplugged Wedding

What is an unplugged wedding? An unplugged wedding is where you ask your guests to turn off their phones, cameras, tablets, and other mobile devices during your ceremony. Some clients have even gone as far as collecting them in a basket at the door so that people won’t break the rule. The idea, is that…

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