A Ceremony Just for YouThe Tennessean bride and groom who are looking for a traditional wedding in a church, synagogue, temple or other religious institutions can find a multitude of options available throughout the state. If you don't already have a religious venue in mind, all you have to do is conduct a quick Internet search of "Tennessee religion" and more than 70,000 options will pop up for you to check out. Break it down into the religious affiliation of your choice to make things easier.
If, however, the two of you would like to host a ceremony of a different sort, Tennessee is home to a whole host of unique venues. Here are a few to scope out:
Chapel in the Glen, Gaitlinburg: For nature lovers who seek a small chapel feel, Chapel in the Glen is home to the ideal setting. Nestled in the Great Smoky Mountains, and surrounded by trees and a waterfall, the chapel is breathtakingly beautiful. Couples can get married indoors or outdoors.
Creekside Wedding Chapel, Gaitlinburg: No matter the season, the Creekside Wedding Chapel provides a bride and groom (and their guests) with a simple and intimate ceremony nestled right in the heart of nature.
Riverwood Mansion, Nashville: A stately event is exactly what a classic couple will find in a ceremony at the Riverwood Mansion. Choose from an indoor event or a ceremony in one of the mansion's three picturesque garden areas.
Smokey Mountain Wedding, Gaitlinburg: A Smokey Mountain Wedding is exactly what it sounds like -- a ceremony atop a hillside with the Smokey Mountains as your backdrop. Talk about a scenic wedding!