Best Outdoor wedding venues in Tennessee

Our Curated List of the Top 10 Tennessee Outdoor Wedding Venues
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    Parkside Resort
    Pigeon Forge, Tennessee
    Parkside Resort offers the dramatic background of the Great Smoky Mountains for a Southern wedding filled with charm, grace, and the serenity of nature. This luxury cabin destination features towering structures almost as majestic as the trees they nearly overlook — and the views from the porches are incredible.
  • 2
    Grand Hyatt Nashville
    Nashville, Tennessee
    Newly opened, Grand Hyatt Nashville stands 25 stories tall in full magnificence with its modern industrial design on Downtown Nashville's famed Broadway. Luxurious and sleek, it sets a stunning backdrop for your wedding festivities with its 70,000 sq feet of event space, floor-to-ceiling windows, and even an outdoor terrace.
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    Union Station Hotel
    Nashville, Tennessee
    Begin the next chapter of your love story amid the picturesque arches and elegant accents of Union Station Hotel, a lovingly restored, 100-year-old railway station that captures the romance of a bygone era. Our enchanting Nashville wedding venues offer a seamless blend of Old World character and modern-day luxury, offering the perfect setting to say “I Do” and celebrate with family and friends.
  • 4
    Tellico Village Yacht Club
    Loudon, Tennessee
    A wedding at Tellico Village Yacht Club is a wonderful occasion for all. This stunning natural landscape becomes a breathtaking backdrop for your special celebration. Enjoy an outdoor ceremony with all your loved ones overlooking the lake and mountains. Lush greenery and blooming flowers will make you feel like you're wedding in a fairytale.
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    4 Points Farm
    Sevierville, Tennessee
    Your Perfect Day deserves the Perfect Venue- 4 Points Farm in Sevierville, Tennessee! An ideal blend of modern comfort, natural beauty, and vintage charm, 4 Points Farm offers 10 acres of open land as a blank canvas for your big day.
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    Cedar Springs Farm
    Lebanon, Tennessee
    Cedar Springs Farm is a one-of-a-kind venue for weddings. Located just a few minutes from the center of Lebanon, Tennessee, Cedar Springs offers a private and secluded location with some of the best countryside views in the area. This sprawling farm provides the perfect location for your large 100+ person event or the rustic elegance needed for your wedding day photo shoot.
  • 7
    The Pick Inn
    Gallatin, Tennessee
    The Pick Inn is a cozy cabin wedding venue located in Gallatin, Tennessee. Located 40 minutes away from Nashville, this venue lends couples and guests a convenient location not far from the city while keeping with the outdoorsy feel the venue is known for. The Pick Inn is also situated right across from Bledsoe Creek State Park and sits on 13 acres.
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    Above the Mist Weddings & Events Event Center Venue
    Gatlinburg, Tennessee
    With customizable wedding packages to suit every couples’ needs, Above the Mist Weddings & Events is dedicated to making your big day a memorable one for you and your guests. Our Event Center comes with an unbeatable mountain view, ample parking for guests, and a beautiful indoor building surrounded by large windows that showcase the surrounding mountain views.
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    Above the Mist Weddings Mountain View Venue
    Gatlinburg, Tennessee
    With customizable wedding packages to suite every couples’ needs, Above the Mist Weddings is dedicated to making your big day a memorable one for you and your guests. For a view your guests are sure to remember, host your wedding ceremony at the Above the Mist Weddings Mountain View location.
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    Shannondale Presbyterian Church
    KNOXVILLE, Tennessee
    Have a beautiful, traditional ceremony at Shannondale Presbyterian Church, 4600 Tazewell Pike. The original bell is rung every Sunday morning and adds a special note at the conclusion of your ceremony. Its lovely sanctuary features a center aisle and rare rose tinted windows that pre-date the church itself, as they were donated from Second Presbyterian Church’s 1860 edifice.