Imagine your wedding day: held on a farm and surrounded by the beautiful landscape of the Great Smoky Mountains on every side.
Every bride wants an enchanted wedding—an event to be remembered as magical with memories to last a lifetime. Do you have visions of a romantic wedding in the woods? The surroundings on our farm with acres of forest and rolling lush floral meadows provides an abundance of photo opportunities and dreams for your once in a lifetime, fairy tale wedding. Have you been inspired by inspiration boards of woodland weddings?
Gently kissed by the romantic mist of the Great Smoky Mountains, the property has been recognized as a Century old farm by the state of Tennessee, making it a historical site. What a perfect canvas to shape the memories of your storybook event. Do you have a whimsical soul and long to have a romance in the woods ceremony, perhaps at twilight, and surrounded by tall timbers and the privacy provided by nature. The charm of a farm wedding can be as rustic and vintage as influenced by your favorite Pinterest boards, or surrounded by a canopy of trees, with moss and foliage as ground cover, wooden stumps used to display candles or primitive floral designs. The venue can also be classic and sophisticated, reflecting more of a French Country ambiance. The panoramic venue is tucked away between two natural valleys in the middle of two mountains vistas-peaceful and secluded away from the sounds of traffic. Sampson’s Hollow is unique in that we want to help you to build a package that will be perfect for your unique wedding day-a true reflection of the romance that you share with the love of your life. Have you found the one whom your soul loves? Has he asked the most important question of your life and you have said, yes? Please contact one of our professional and experienced coordinators for more information and to schedule a visit to the mountains. We would be honored to take care of you, your family and your friends as you begin your lives together.
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