Wedding in the Smokies
The Smoky Mountains are known by many as the most relaxing place on earth. If you have ever been to the Smoky Mountains, then you’re most likely aware of this. Since a wedding is one of the most important days in someone’s life, that day should be spent in one of the most beautiful locations. There are many wedding chapels to choose from in the Smoky Mountains, which we’ll cover below, but keep in mind that your first step should be to look into cabin rentals with Parkside Cabin Rentals. This is definitely where you want to stay considering the mesmerizing views combined with exceptional value.
After you search for lodging in Gatlinburg, it will be time to look for wedding chapels. If you want to ride off in a horse-drawn carriage after being married in a gazebo, then consider Smoky Mountains Memories Wedding Chapel of Gatlinburg. If you want to get married on a ridge with spectacular views, then consider Smokey Ridge Wedding Chapel. If you would like to get married right on the border of Great Smoky Mountain National Park, then look at Gatlinburg’s Little Log Wedding Chapel. If you would prefer to be married amongst hundreds of gorgeous flowers while on the border of the forest, then get more information on Chapel at the Park.
Remember, looking for places to stay in the Smoky Mountains should be your first step. After you have done that and you have decided on a wedding chapel, it will be time to choose a hair salon. While there are many hair salons in the area, your best options will be Fringe Salon, Serenity Hair Salon and Smoky Mountain Salon & Spa. If you want trendy, then go with Fringe Salon.
If you choose to book a wedding chapel and hair salon first, then at least remember to secure some lodging in Gatlinburg so you will be close to the wedding venue.
Thomas Greene is a writer and travel enthusiast and enjoys blogging about things to do in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Some of his interests include hiking, mountain-climbing, whitewater rafting, photography, and writing. He has a passion for life and is a regular contributor to Smoky Mountain Vacation Guide. He has traveled all over the world and currently resides in Knoxville.