There is a special place in East Tennessee, that is known to locals and to those couples who have discovered it, that we want to tell you about. We are betting you have heard of Cades Cove and possibly dreamed of exchanging your vows there! Blackberry Farm is a wedding venue known because of the popularity they have experienced by celebreties who have married there. It is a beautiful location without a doubt.
Lying in the hollow, between Cades Cove and Blackberry Farm is the century farm owned by the Livingston Family, known as Sampson’s Hollow.
Sampson’s Hollow is known for not only it’s beautiful landscape and wedding settings such as Sarah’s Glen and the Bony Red Barn, but also for their specialty in wedding planning. Their particular attention to the couple and personalizing the wedding is a particualr talent by the coordinators at Sampson’s Hollow. They are a special team of talent and creativity.
Elopement has taken on new popularity in the past decades as smaller weddings are planned, destination weddings gain in popularity, and the age of wedding couples change. Many couples find it a very romantic idea to escape, just the two of you, and plan your dream vow exchange. Private and personal, with a special honeymoon location, where you then share with your family and friends through an announcement of some fun flavor.
Whimsical, Romantic, Private, Historical, Panoramic Views are all words and phrases we would use to describe beautiful Sampson’s Hollow.
Sampson’s Hollow is represented by several websites. Visit them all and learn about why Sampson’s Hollow is such a beautiful choice for your upcoming wedding.