Chattanooga newlyweds embrace on rooftop of Hunter Museum of Art, featured on The Pink Bride {Real Wedding: Jeremy + Lara} Chattanooga wedding details and inspiration, featured on The Pink Bride {Real Wedding: Jeremy + Lara}


Lara Prince & Jeremy Fisher


Featured in the Summer 2013 Chattanooga Pink Bride Magazine


Wedding Details: We were engaged for nine months, and those nine months went smoothly because of our fabulous wedding planners Alisha and Tyler Fox from Foxy Events. The most important thing to us about the wedding was for everyone to have a great time.

The vision was for a traditional and fun wedding. Traditionally, we wanted to be married in a church by our pastor with traditional vows. We wanted our guests to remember our wedding as a fun, laid-back night. That is why we had an upbeat Motown band, photo booth and buffet-style dinner accompanied by our two signature drinks, the “Blushing Bride” and the “Honey Badger.” At the entrance of the reception location was a shadow box with items from the day that we got engaged. Our colors we chose for our wedding day were coral, green and champagne.


Wedding Day: I prepared with a full day of primping at the Sheraton Read House with my bridesmaids while Jeremy played golf with his groomsmen. One moment we both remember was during the ceremony when I leaned in to kiss Jeremy, only to figure out it was not time for that yet. The entire sanctuary laughed! There are many memorable moments, so it is hard to pick, but the moment we first saw each other has to take number one. We did not see each other before the wedding, so the first time we laid eyes on each other was when I was walking down the aisle to Jeremy. Another memorable moment was opening my wedding gift from Jeremy, which was a new Bible with my new name engraved. Both of our dads gave heartwarming toasts at the reception that we will forever cherish. Last, but not least, was Jeremy’s groom cake, his buddy and dog Boudreaux. The one thing that he requested was to have his grooms cake be a replica of Boudreaux dressed in LSU gear, so it was exciting for Jeremy to see that come together. We had planned for rain but did not expect it, but thanks to our wedding planners, the cocktail hour that was supposed to be outdoors went off without a hitch indoors.


Photographer: Bamber Photography

Wedding Planner & Calligraphy: Foxy Events

Florist: Grafe Studio

Caterer: Lee Towery Catering

Cake: Dan the Cake Man and Kimmees Cakes

Invitations: Gifts on Wings

Bridal Shop: La Raines Bridal Boutique

Formalwear: Boutique Couture

Bridal Party Attire: Jenny Yoo Justine style in Sangria

Ceremony Location: Patten Chapel

Reception Location: The Hunter Museum of Art

Videographer: Limestone Films

Music/Entertainment: Adonia Trio/ Utopia Band

Rentals and Decor: Lighting & Initial Monogram by Sound Force, Just Shoot Me Photo Booth, Clumpies Ice Cream Cart

Officiant/Minister: Pastor Gary Jared

Makeup: Jennifer Matthews with Porcelain and Pink

Hair: Kristen Morton with Dream Hair Studio