Crystal & Curtis’ Fun and Flirty Museum Engagement in Tennessee

Crystal and Curtis' love story began during freshman year on the campus of the University of Tennessee. Feeling a shared connection, they enjoyed a romantic first date over dinner, followed by an evening stroll where they "watched the stars and moon, kissing and holding hands." After eight years of dating Curtis decided to make their love forever, and give himself the greatest gift of all, by proposing to Crystal during his 29th birthday celebration, in front of family and friends.

Read all about Crystal & Curtis' love story, proposal, and wedding aspirations, in their "fun and flirty" museum engagement in Tennessee.

Bride & Groom-to-be: Crystal & Curtis
Occupations: Freelance DJ/Program Coordinator & CPA for a minority firm
Wedding location: Mt. Vernon Baptist Church(Ceremony)/Metal Museum (Reception)
Location of Engagement shoot: Metal Museum, TN

How did you meet? Freshman Year, In College (UT Chattanooga).

Tell us your proposal story. After dating for 8 years. During Curtis's 29th Birthday Celebration on "April Fool's Day" he popped the big question surrounded by family and close friends, but it was no joke that our love was REAL.

Describe your engagement session. Fun, Flirty and Romance chic.

What did you do on your first date? We had dinner at a local restaurant downtown in Chattanooga, TN then walked to the bridge and watched the stars and moon, kissing and holding hands.

What's your favorite thing to do as a couple? Go to the movies

How has wedding planning been so far? It’s been fun, we do most of the planning together so it's nice to be able to work together and learn more about each other.

Tell us what you're looking forward to most on the wedding day. Hearing each other's vows and sharing the special moment with family and friends.

Photographer: Shira Wilson
MUA: Britaine D'czyz
Hair: Erica Nathan

  1. Stephen Davison

    Excellent photography by Shira Wilson. Amazingly well captured all the moments!


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