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Romantic black-tie wedding with a garden aesthetic

The Magnolia Venue | Linkes Photography

When rain greets you on your wedding day they say it brings your marriage good luck.  When rain greeted Tory and Scott on their wedding day – they fully embraced it.  Their jaw-dropping, romantic black – tie wedding had two ceremony set ups, twice as many pictures and double the fun!  

Having a rain plan is critical in the wedding planning process – especially in the The Great Smoky Mountains. Moving your ceremony inside the grand hall can be just as beautiful with the sliding glass doors open and the mountains peeking through, still giving you all the outdoor ceremony feels.  

Tory’s vision came to life with greenery draped across every inch of the venue, giving the wedding day a garden aesthetic feel with bold white floral accents to top it off! The floral arch made for a breathtaking backdrop on the ceremony patio, with roses dripping from end to end. The beautiful greenery hanging from the bistro lights gave this wedding that garden feel even atop the Smoky Mountains.

If you are looking to bring your unique wedding vision to life, in an even more unique location your search stops here at the Magnolia Venue

The Magnolia Venue | Linkes Photography

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Covered Patio

We see most of our couples utilize the covered patio space for cocktail hour following their ceremony. It’s a great spot to set up cocktail tables, or even beautiful lounge furniture to give your guest a relaxing place to hang between your ceremony and reception. The other great thing about this covered space is that it gives our couples an additional backup rain plan for smaller groups!