Smoky Mountains Fall Wedding

Smoky Mountains Fall Wedding

Fall in the Smoky Mountains is one of the most beautiful times of the year. This is when the air begins to cool off a little and visitors from all across the country come to witness the Smoky Mountains fall foliage transform from deep greens to vibrant shades of red, yellow, and orange. The Smoky mountains is a hidden gem top destination for a magical wedding.

While we love a good summer bash, fall weddings make our hearts skip a beat. The gorgeous colors, crisp air,…

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What you should never do at a wedding

what you should not do at a wedding
Forget to RSVP
If you are invited to a wedding and plan to attend, RSVP—and do so early! This way, the couple will know to expect you and will have a seat waiting.
Show Up Late
 
That time on the invitation? That’s when the bride is going to walk down the aisle. Make sure you get to the ceremony at least 15 minutes before the time stated. You’ll be able to get a great seat, have time to read over the program, and be ready when the music starts!
Don’t Show Up…

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Dove Release

Bride and Groom Releasing Doves

Doves mate for life … Why not consider this symbol as a special gift for a couple, which will be appreciated and remembered, representing the pledge by newlyweds to sustain and advance each other in their plans, ideas, and aspirations.

Doves are in simple terms, pigeons; they are excellent navigators and can be trained to do many wonderful things.  After their release they easily find their way home.

The dove has continually held the symbol of peace …