Archive for the ‘ Weddings ’ Category

The Top Feeder States for Destination Weddings in the Great Smoky Mountains

The Smoky Mountain area is the number two wedding destination in the United States (after Las Vegas), and it’s easy to see why. The breathtaking mountain views make for an idealic romantic setting. There are literally hundreds of wedding venues in the Smokies, ranging from a rustic cabin at Cades Cove to locations that can

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Have Your Perfect Wedding at Bluff Mountain Inn

The Great Smoky Mountains is one of the most popular wedding venues in our region, largely because of the plethora of absolutely beautiful venues found in our area. Brides-to-be have no shortage of locations to choose from when they start the planning process, but sometimes the variety of choices can be overwhelming. Today we’re covering

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6 Bed and Breakfasts That Will Make Your Vacation

For many of us, bed and breakfasts are something we’ve always considered staying, but never made the jump. Innkeepers report many first-timers saying that the first time they stayed at a B&B, they were nervous. Several people said the only exposure to B&B’s they had were from TV shows or movies, so they really didn’t

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Top 3 Smoky Mountain Wedding Venues You Definitely Want to See

The Smoky Mountain area has been called “the wedding capital of the South” — and for good reason! There’s so many options when it comes to Smoky Mountain wedding venues, catering, florists, bakeries and everything in between!

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The Barn at Chestnut Springs

A unique and beautiful feature throughout East Tennessee are the barns that can be found throughout the area. Some can be found on a busy highway that used to be a country road while others are tucked away and not easily visible. What all the barns have in common is that they have a story to tell. Many

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3 Reasons To Say “I Do” To A Smoky Mountain Wedding

3 Reasons To Say “I Do” To A Smoky Mountain Wedding Did you know that the Great Smoky Mountains area is known as The Wedding Capital of the South and that it hosts more weddings in the country each year than any other city except for Las Vegas? It’s true, and the reasons are many:

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