Elope in Nashville
There are so many truly magical places to elope in Nashville. An explosion of growth in the famous city has created a new buzz as the music and foodie scene is among the best in the country. One thing has stayed the same, though—the small-town charm and hospitality of the Music City. We love the endless (and very affordable!) possibilities for your special day. Your Nashville elopement venue may be a historic mansion, gorgeous chapel, the rolling hills of a farm, or the naturally beautiful Tennessee landscape. You dream it, and we can find the best wedding venues in Nashville! Some of our favorites are below!
Don’t forget you are going to need a Tennessee marriage license! We can help you through the legalities. You will need to fill out a marriage license application online ahead of time. Once you arrive, the two of you will appear in front of the Davidson Country Clerk with two pieces of government ID. That’s it!
(Fun Fact: The normal cost of $99.50 is slashed to $39.50 if you present a Certificate of Completion in a Pre-Marital Counselling course. We love that Nashville folks just want you to be happy!)
Eloping in Nashville is not only affordable and beautiful – it’s fun! Nashville, TN small wedding venues offer you every style you could possibly wish for, from the rustic farm theme to the upscale historic mansion and gardens. The city is filled with iconic bars, live music of every genre, and amazing cuisine. You can celebrate in style, all night long if you wish! So start planning your Nashville elopement with Simply Eloped and tie the knot without the stress!
If you are looking for a true country music wedding, it doesn’t get better than a honky-tonk Nashville elopement. But, the Music City scene is a lot more than country. Every genre is live somewhere in the city 365 days of the year. Music festivals are pretty much a constant, and you can immerse yourself in the history of music in the city. Tours of every sort wait for you, and there is a Walk of Fame. If the two of you are music lovers, you will be writing your song when you elope in Nashville!