A wedding experience you'll cherish for a lifetime
The Great Smoky Mountain National Park is THE most visited National Park in the Nation. Nearly 11 million visitors come to this breathtaking mountain area every year. It's not hard to see why. The mountain-skimming views along The Foothills Parkway to the valley view in Cades Cove are hard to pass up.
Don’t forget it’s intimate beauty with ridge upon ridge of forest coupled with remnants of Appalachian mountain culture. So, it’s no wonder why people want to get married in or near such beauty.
You may decide that having a backdrop of stunning natural beauty is the way to go for your wedding photos. Whether you are a local to East Tennessee are, or you are traveling from another state, planning the perfect Smoky Mountain Wedding takes a lot of time.
The Smoky Mountain Wedding Collective is here to help take some of that wedding planning process off your list. View our vendor galleries, send us a contact form, and you are on your way to hiring the best wedding professionals in the area.
"You’re off to Great Places! Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting, so…get on your way."
What are you waiting for?
Looking to get married in or around The Great Smoky Mountains? Peruse our curated team of wedding vendors to get a feel for the varying companies. Then, fall in love with them…or all of them!
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I am a northern transplant who grew up just outside of Boston. I moved to the area five years ago and fell in love with the smokies. The idea of the Smoky Mountain Wedding Collective is to connect couples to their perfect Smoky Mountain Wedding Vendors.
“The mountains are calling and I must go.”
– John Muir
Born and raised in Illinois, Erin grew up far away from the smokies. The beauty of the national park caught her eye when she became a wedding photographer
"There is no way that I could ever stay away from the Smokies. It's the epitome of beauty and wonderment."