Browsing wedding venues is among the very first steps of planning your big day. But with so many wedding venues to choose from, how do you find The One? First, consider the style of venue you’d like: Garden or beach? Ballroom or barn? Then, read reviews of wedding venues in your desired city and select a few to tour in person. Happy venue hunting!
Gatlinburg’s Little Log Wedding Chapel is a countryside wedding venue that is located in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Nestled in the Great Smoky Mountains of Gatlinburg, the venue has a wedding chapel with a charming rustic appeal that is surrounded by a lush green lawn and beautiful pond with fountain.... (Wedding Venues Gatlinburg)
The Venue at Greenbrier Estate Nestled atop a scenic mountain ridge on beautiful Greenbrier Estate, The Venue at Greenbrier Estate delivers simple elegance & breathtaking views of the Great Smoky Mountains. Whether you’re indoors surrounded by panoramic mountain views, or outdoors on our picturesque... (Wedding Venues Gatlinburg)
Welcome to the heart of the Smoky Mountains! 4 Points is the perfect blend of modern convenience, natural beauty, and vintage charm. With 10 acres of open land to explore and enjoy, 4 Points Farm could be the perfect place for you and your loved ones to celebrate your big day. Convenient to... (Wedding Venues Gatlinburg)
We are a family owned company that features 3 venues (2 mountaintop venues and 1 chapel) as well as beautiful mountaintop cabins and 1-2 bedroom cabins in Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge. We also have an 8 bedroom Chalet that sleeps up to 22 people with amazing mountain views! We are dedicated on... (Wedding Venues Gatlinburg)
Your wedding memories will be with you for a lifetime. We will help you create the wedding that tells your story and creates indelible memories. From rustic-chic simplicity to elegant formality or somewhere in between, with the dramatic background of the mountains, your wedding can be everything you... (Wedding Venues Gatlinburg)
Hills Creek Church is a church wedding venue located in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Located on the edge of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, not far from Knoxville in Gatlinburg, this venue exudes a natural charm. With a number of diverse event spaces available for your ceremony and reception,... (Wedding Venues Gatlinburg)
Gatlinburg is a resort city in East Tennessee. Known as the Gateway to the Great Smoky Mountains, Gatlinburg is a favored destination for romantic alpine weddings. Enjoy views that will take your breath away, and let your love soar to new heights as you set out on the exciting next chapter of your life.
Gatlinburg’s proximity to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park makes it a popular wedding location, and there are venues to suit a range of styles and event sizes. You can exchange vows in one of Gatlinburg’s many beautiful chapels or relax in one of its lovely resorts or rustic events centers. The area has a number of fine nature trails waiting for you to explore, and the Gatlinburg Needle and the Gatlinburg SkyLift are great places to go for wedding photos. The Gatlinburg SkyBridge, located at the top of the SkyLift, is the longest suspension bridge in North America, and with a height of 140 feet at its midpoint, the Skybridge offers views unlike any other. Just beyond the horizon, Knoxville is home to a number of lovely wedding venues you may wish to consider. The first capital of Tennessee, Knoxville boasts a number of delightful historic, garden, and waterside venues. The city is also home to a number of arts and culture festivals, including the East Tennessee Chili Cookoff and Shakespeare on the Square.
McGhee Tyson Airport is the main arrival point for out-of-state visitors wishing to explore the Great Smoky Mountains region. Located 12 miles south of Knoxville, the airport is served by a number of major airlines, including Allegiant Air, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and flights arrive daily from Atlanta, Chicago, Denver, and other cities across the country. Visitors travelling from Knoxville or the airport can take US 41 south to Gatlinburg. Guests looking for a more scenic route may wish to use US 321 as an alternative. Downtown Gatlinburg is pedestrian-friendly, and most of the city’s main attractions are within walking distance. Visitors can also hop aboard one of Gatlinburg’s famous trolleys. The Gatlinburg Trolleys cover an area of around 50 miles and are an easy, relaxing way to get around the city. Friends and family requiring overnight accommodation can select from a number of fine hotels, resorts, and lodges in and around the city and along US 321.
Gatlinburg has a warm and temperate climate. Temperatures range from an average low of around 25°F in January to an average high of over 85°F in July. Average annual precipitation is 55 inches. September and October have the fewest rainy days (10). May has the highest number of rainy days (15), and monthly precipitation averages around 5.8 inches. May, June, and July have an average of 9 hours of sunlight per day, so whether you are planning a spring celebration or a winter wedding, every day is a great day to experience the wonder and beauty that Gatlinburg has to offer.
Prices vary by season and location. The average cost for a venue rental in Tennessee is a little over $11,000. Additional information can be found in The Knot’s Tennessee wedding guide.
The Knot’s Tennessee Weddings page is a great resource for couples looking for ideas and inspiration.
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