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The Importance of Wedding Ceremony Decorations

The Importance of a Wedding Ceremony Decorations Wedding venues and decorations are unforgettable. Whether your wedding was in a cathedral church or under the stars, those moments will be burned into your mind and preserved in your album for the rest of your life. In fact, weddings tend to be unforgettable events for the couple...

Charcuterie Boards, Why the Popular Trend?

Charcuterie Boards, Why the Popular Trend? In the event planning world, it seems like everyone is talking about Charcuterie boards. These decorative platters of spiced meats and sliced cheeses are appearing in beautiful spreads. You can find both handmade boards by online influencers and new offers on catering websites. It seems like everywhere you look...

Finding A Wedding Officiant for Your Smoky Mountain Wedding

Finding A Wedding Officiant for Your Smoky Mountain Wedding In a classic wedding ceremony, there are three people front-and-center.  In the spotlight are the newlyweds, brides, and grooms through the centuries holding hands and breathlessly waiting to be wed. Just beyond them, facing the couple and the crowd is the officiant. This is the single...

Planning a Smoky Mountain Cabin Wedding

Planning a Smoky Mountain Cabin Wedding Every couple dreams of a uniquely perfect wedding. A couple’s dream venue might be a cathedral or a family chapel, a windy beach, or a flashy nightclub. Here in Tennessee, couples are often inspired by the majesty of the Smoky Mountains. Nothing says “Forever” like the timeless beauty of...

For A Magical Wedding, Elope in Cades Cove

If you’ve ever spent time in Great Smoky Mountain National Park you’ve probably heard of Cades Cove. A stunning wooded haven nestled deep in the heart of the Smokies, Cades Cove is the perfect place for a dreamy destination elopement. If you’ve ever dreamed of saying “I do” in a small, intimate setting surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery this country has to offer, you may want to elope in Cades Cove.

Planning an Unforgettable Micro-Wedding in the Smokies

Planning an Unforgettable Micro-Wedding in the Smokies No matter what happens, people continue to fall in love and get married. The happy couple’s parents and besties will want to be there for the big day. But you don’t actually need to bring the whole town, extended blood relatives, and every past roommate. Big weddings were...

Rainy Day Wedding at The Magnolia Venue

Rainy Day Wedding at The Magnolia Venue The Great Smoky Mountain National Park is considered a temperate rainforest. Rainfall averages 55 inches per year in the lowlands of the Smokies. The shroud of “smoke” envelopes the Smokies isn’t smoke. It’s a mist of light rain. Therefore, when you come to the Smokies, be prepared for...

Things to Consider When Planning a Smoky Mountain Wedding

If you are planning a destination wedding, the Smoky Mountains can provide the perfect backdrop for your big day. The Smoky Mountains have become an increasingly popular wedding destination due to it’s intimate feel and beautiful scenery. Additionally, there is an abundance of entertainment and lodging options that guests can take advantage of close to...




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We will also cover the typical topics of modern etiquette guidelines from invitations to reception procedures. We will cover trends for future weddings, some of which are based on modern innovation, others, a return to classic mid-twentieth century event culture.


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