Ian and Sarah reserved a Gatlinburg wedding with us about four months prior to their scheduled wedding date of early April. Of course, as everyone knows, 2020 turned into an event no one could predict. With the coronavirus measures and everything else that weas sweeping the country, Ian and Sarah decided to still make their wedding date come true. And, we were happy to oblige! They selected our Mountain Memories wedding package and their wedding ceremony took place in front of their cozy fireplace.
Mynatt Park is a publicly accessible city park that is only a couple of blocks from the downtown Gatlinburg parkway. While it is city owned and not part of the National Park nearby, it offers a beautiful wood arched footbridge that overlooks a creek. This article will look at 3 reasons a Mynatt Park wedding is a great location for a Gatlinburg elopement.
Since news broke last month concerning a new law passed in Tennessee regarding wedding officiants, we have been contacted by numerous couples to make sure their wedding will still go on as planned. The answer to that is...absolutely! Our officiant, Rev. Adam, is an ordained minister by an IRS 501(c)(3) recognized church and is in-person ordained. Neither himself nor Elope to Gatlinburg is affected by this new law becoming effective as of today. For here, it's business as usual.