This Signal Mountain micro wedding was the literal thing of dreams. I was the second shooter for this micro wedding and I had an absolute blast. The head photographer, Ryn Loren was so kind and taught me a bunch!
Not only was the backyard beautiful, but it was an intimate event for the bride and groom. They were able to focus on what matters most all while celebrating with their closest family and friends.
If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that we need to be roll with the punches. Especially when it comes to weddings! COVID has put a lot of guidelines in place that are proving difficult for wedding planning. Enter the micro wedding!
Just like this Signal Mountain micro wedding, it’s just a wedding on a smaller scale. You can have all the aspects and traditions of a regular full-size wedding, and brides normally do. Just with less guests making it a more intimate event.
Not only are you able to have all the people you love most in the world there with you, but it’s generally a shorter day, affordable and just as special and intimate.
Lauren and Philip had a beautiful and perfect micro wedding after dating for 4 years. Such a beautiful and special day spent with their closest family and friends. Their wedding location was super special to Lauren, it was a super close family friends’ house. Totally perfect for their wedding day with an amazing view!
Photographer| Ryn Loren
Photographer assistant + 2nd photographer | Bess Pics
Dress Store | BHLDN
Dress Designer| Jenny Yoo
Planner | An Ellington Event
Florist | Chattown Catering
Live Music- Guitarist| Brian Brewer
Hair| Kellie at Dream Hair Studios
Makeup | Criss Skinner
Cake | B’s Sweets
Catering | Chattown Catering
Linens| The White Table
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