Smoky Mountains Wedding Planning

Planning your wedding in the Smoky mountains? Grab a pen and paper and get ready to save these dates!

Get swept up in Romance..

Valentine’s Day is Tuesday 14th February 2017 and Wednesday 14th February 2018 – both great days to get married so long as you don’t want lots of red roses as that may well break the bank.

Dates for good luck!

The Chinese believe that any date that ends in an 8 or 9 are particularly lucky as 8 symbolises infinity and 9 represents fulfilment. Feng Shui logic says the 8th, 9th, 18th, 19th, 28th and 29th are great wedding…

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Spring Wedding Venues in the Great Smoky Mountains


Smoky Mountains Spring Weddings

Celebrate your wedding or upcoming event amongst the fresh blooms and blossoms of spring at the Great Smoky Mountains. Our charming Smoky Mountains spring wedding venues in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge are nestled just a few miles from the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. Surrounded by budding flowers, fresh greenery, and trees; our wedding locations are just the place for your spring wedding ceremony.

The Great Smoky Mountains are the perfect spring wedding are, for a unique wedding ceremony outdoor, a true fairy tale ceremony. Join together in holy matrimony and start a new life with your spouse among nature. Everything…

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Why Valentine’s Day is a great day to marry

Smoky Mountains Valentines Day Wedding

Valentine’s Day is the best day to get married !!

So many people comment on Valentine’s Day being cheesy or over romantic, or a corporate scam to make boyfriends spend more on their girlfriends, but Saint Valentine’s Day carries a great message behind it.

Saint Valentine was slain because he broke the law, the law forbidding men to marry. Marriage was outlawed in Valentine’s Day because the king didn’t want men distracted by love (it’s so distracting isn’t it!). Instead he wanted them on the battlefield fighting and dying for their country.
Father Valentine, as he was then known, broke the rules…

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