Category Archives: Weddings

Marcella and Jimmy’s Edgy Elopement at Chapel in the Hollow

From the bride: We met in 2016 and were friends for a year or so before we started dating, we met through mutual friends. We started  our actual relationship in June 2017 and quickly grew very close, I think we “jokingly” started taking about marriage just a few months later haha. Then on March 10th…

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Emily and Evan’s Smoky Mountain Wedding

“I love you without knowing how, or when, or from where. I love you simply, without problems or pride: I love you in this way because I do not know any other way of loving but this, in which there is no I or you, so intimate that your hand upon my chest is my…

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Smoky Mountain Vow Renewal – Bride on a Budget

This shoot is 15 years in the making. Ian and I met in 2003 and married in 2005. We haven’t had photos taken of us since our wedding day–I’m much more comfortable behind the camera instead of in front of it, lol. After each losing over 60lbs this year, we decided to create a photo…

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Jessica and Dustin’s Sunflower Filled Ceremony at Chapel in the Hollow

Jessica and Dustin said their vows on a misty October day. It only rained a little bit. 😉 They were troopers. We don’t often get to do double duty with our brides and grooms, so it was great to get to spend the engagement session with them earlier this year to get to know them a little…

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Unique Smoky Mountain Weddings – Bride on a Budget

Star Noir Studio collaborated with the amazing Jennifer Dukes from Knox Occasions to show how a plus size bride on a budget can still put together a gorgeous wedding. From Jennifer… In this shoot we used gold plastic silverware and you can’t even tell a difference. We used plates from the Hearth and Home collection…

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