There are so many truly magical places to elope in Tennessee. Some of our favorites include Cataract Falls, Maloney Point, and Ely’s Mill to name a few. Scroll down to see more, along with photos and descriptions!
Cataract Falls is by far one of the easiest places to hike into in The Great Smoky Mountain National Park area. A flat, 10-minute walk from the visitor’s center (which is about a 3-minute drive from downtown Gatlinburg), pretty much any one of any age should be able to get to this spot. This is a nice and easy spot for an elopement. Just be warned, this is a highly public and there will definitely be on-lookers and potential applauders. Not for the shy of heart. Permit needed.
We titled this spot ‘Little River Lookout’ because it’s an unmarked area. Right off the road en route to Cade’s Cove, this spot is about an 11-minute drive past the visitor’s center. There are about 10 parking spots and really darling spots to get eloped right next to the creek. While there are no travel fees for this spot, permit still necessary. Best for ceremonies with 10 guests or less.
White Avenue Studio
In or out – you choose your ceremony at White Avenue Studio, a Nashville multipurpose event space featuring high-vaulted ceilings with lots of natural light and white walls. Outside you will find a 4500 sq ft of patio garden space filled with sophisticated furniture tableaus. A chic, industrial look for the modern couple looking to make an intimate statement. We love the photo mural option – nothing says welcome to our Nashville elopement more than your engagement photo across the front of the building! Venue rental fee applies.
Enough about us, now it’s all about you. We can’t wait to plan your perfect day together. We’re happy to answer any question you may have.