Morning Micro Wedding – Cheyenne and Ryan

Morning Micro Wedding

Cheyenne and Ryan – July 15, 2024

 

Cheyenne and Ryan’s 10am morning micro wedding at Chapel in the Hollow was absolutely magical, perfectly showcasing why morning weddings can be so special. The early light provided a soft, amazing glow, and the cooler temperatures of the morning made it comfortable for everyone, especially during these hotter months. 
The chapel looked stunning, dressed in peach and sand fabrics complemented by our blush and bashful florals, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. Cheyenne’s sister played a special role in helping her get ready for her big day. Cheyenne was radiant in a spaghetti strap dress adorned with beautiful detailing and a medium-length train, perfect for the serene setting. 
Before the ceremony, Cheyenne shared a touching first look with her dad, a moment filled with emotion and anticipation. Ryan, looking sharp in jeans, a maroon shirt, and a tan vest, carried their little boy down the aisle, adding a sweet, personal touch. Their daughter and her cousins also took part, walking down the aisle together in a charming procession. 
Cheyenne’s dad had the honor of walking her down the aisle, and the couple exchanged vows they had written themselves, deepening the intimacy and uniqueness of the ceremony. The celebration concluded with a photo session by the old truck and in the field, capturing the breathtaking mountain views as a perfect backdrop to their new beginning. 
Congratulations, Cheyenne and Ryan! Your morning wedding not only embraced the beauty of the day but also the warmth of family and love. Here’s to a lifetime of happiness and mornings as beautiful as your wedding day! 
From the Bride 
We meet in High School and were friends throughout and decided to start dating 3 years after graduating. Our first date was at the Fair and it consisted of eating all the fair food. Ryan proposed to me at one of his favorite places to walk overlooking the water. We decided to have our wedding in East Tennessee since we have traveled there a lot and wanted to get married at one of our favorite places away from home.  I am most looking forward to my kids being with us at the wedding. We love being adventurous and spending time outside.
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Florals: Chapel in the Hollow 
Dress: Blush Bridal
Photography: Star Noir Studio
Shoes: Corral Boots
Rings: Zales
Officiant: Ian Parrott
Hair and Makeup: Bloom and Style 
Venue: Chapel in the Hollow
Are you planning a morning micro wedding? Check out our calendar to see if we have your date available.

Romantic Summer Wedding – Jess and Joe

Romantic Summer Wedding

Jess and Joe – July 13, 2024

Jess and Joe’s romantic summer wedding at Chapel in the Hollow was a beautiful celebration of love and family. The chapel was stunningly adorned in dusty blue and sage fabrics, complemented by vibrant live florals in shades of blue, white, and pink, creating a dreamy and enchanting atmosphere. 
The day was truly a family affair, with their daughters helping Jess get ready for her big moment. Jess looked breathtaking in a sleeveless lace dress featuring a delicate short train, perfect for the rustic and romantic setting. 
Their daughters shared a special part of the ceremony, walking down the aisle with Joe, while Jess’s little boy took the proud role of walking his mom down the aisle. The sight of Jess approaching brought tears to Joe’s eyes, a touching moment that resonated with all their guests. When the little boy loudly gave her away, it gave all of the guests a chuckle. 
As part of their wedding, Jess and Joe included a knot ceremony, symbolizing the strength and enduring nature of their union. The celebration was filled with personal touches, including Joe’s anticipation of taking photos with our old jeep truck, and Jess’s excitement about capturing moments against the backdrop of the majestic mountains. 
Congratulations, Jess and Joe! Your wedding was not only a union of hearts but also a beautiful celebration of your family coming together. May your journey ahead be as joyful and loving as your special day. 
From the Bride
We met at a smalltown diner. He was working nightshift and woke up early for our first date to meet me on my lunch break. When we finished lunch, I had thought he wasn’t interested. Months later, I told him that and he said “I was trying to figure out how I was going to marry you”. Joe proposed when he took me to his hometown for the weekend to meet his family. I had thought we were just going to this place he had talked about for lunch. He pulled over to show me a lookout and he asked while we were there. We chose to have our romantic summer wedding in East Tennessee because the area is close to his hometown. I started looking online for elopement / micro wedding venues. I saw a picture of the chapel and knew this was the place. I did not want to get married in a church but have always thought little white churches are beautiful. On our wedding day I am most looking forward to spending the day with our children. We picked this as our wedding day because it’s the closest Saturday to 1 year after our first date that we could make work. He works in the oilfield, out of town, so every time he is home, we always make a date night without children. We also enjoy watching Netflix together.
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Event Management: Taylor with Custom Love Gifts & Events
Florals: @Lindsey Mae Events and Designs
Dress: David’s Bridal
Photography: Star Noir Studio
Menswear: Men’s Wearhouse
Invitations: MONO art & design
Shoes: Cavender’s
Rings: Kay Jewelers
Cake: Cakes and Confections by Merry
Videography: Yugen Productions
Officiant: Robert Hill 
Hair and Makeup: Interlaced Beauty
Venue: Chapel in the Hollow

East Tennessee Summer Elopement – Amanda and Michael

East Tennessee Summer Elopement

Amanda and Michael – July 11, 2024

Amanda and Michael’s East Tennessee summer elopement at Chapel in the Hollow was a heartwarming celebration of love, set in the enchanting forest of the Smoky Mountains. They beautifully dressed the chapel in blush and dusty sage fabrics, complemented by our delicate blush and bashful florals, creating a romantic and inviting atmosphere for their special day. 
Amanda’s grandmother played a special role in helping her get ready, adding a generational touch to the preparations. Amanda looked stunning in a beaded dress, customized with straps she added herself, and a medium train that gracefully trailed behind her. Her look was completed with a long, pearl-studded veil adorned with a jeweled comb, adding a touch of elegance and sparkle. 
Michael was dapper in a tan suit paired with brown shoes, wearing a meaningful boutonniere that included a photo of his mom, keeping her close during such an important moment in his life. 
Her daughter stood proudly with them as the maid of honor, sharing in the joy and excitement of the day. The ceremony was a beautiful representation of their love, blending their backgrounds and families in the serene setting of an outdoor chapel.
Congratulations, Amanda and Michael! Your elopement was not just a union of hearts but a celebration of family, love, and the beauty of new beginnings. May your lives together be filled with as much joy and love as your wedding day. 
From the Bride 
We met at a dance club 15 years ago. We danced and exchanged numbers and the rest is history. For our first date we went to the movies and his sunroof leaked all over me when he hit the brakes. He proposed with rose petals on the floor, he asked me before work and sent flowers to my job. We decided to get married at Chapel in the Hollow because I came across your Facebook page and loved your photography and also liked the venue. The wedding is a surprise and no one knows but my Grandmother and Daughter. On our wedding day I am most looking forward to the photos and surprising everyone. We like trying new food and activities together and are always looking for something new to experience together.
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Dress and Veil: David’s Bridal
Photography: Star Noir Studio
Menswear: Thomas and Sons 
Videography: Yugen Productions
Officiant: Ian Parrott
Hair and Makeup: Bride 
Venue: Chapel in the Hollow

July Summer Wedding – Ashley and Kyle

July Summer Wedding

Ashley and Kyle – July 10, 2024

Ashley and Kyle’s July summer wedding at Chapel in the Hollow was a picturesque celebration of love, perfectly set on a beautiful summer day. The chapel was elegantly dressed in cream fabric, beautifully complemented by our soft blush and bashful florals, creating a romantic atmosphere for their vows. 
Ashley looked stunning in her dress with short lace sleeves and delicate lace trim, exuding a classic bridal elegance. Kyle matched her grace in a sharp navy suit paired with a blush tie, perfectly tying the couple’s look together. 
The ceremony was a family affair; their children joyfully walked down the aisle, adding a touch of innocence and happiness. Ashley’s brother had the honor of walking her down the aisle, and her sister-in-law along with his brother stood by their sides at the altar, supporting their union. 
A magical moment occurred when a yellow butterfly fluttered through the seating area around the chapel during their ceremony, symbolizing transformation and new beginnings. As part of their wedding, they performed a three-cord unity ceremony, signifying the strength and unity of their bond together with their faith. 
After the ceremony, we took advantage of the lovely summer weather and headed to the field for some extra couple photos, capturing the joy and love of their special day amidst the breathtaking backdrop of the surrounding nature.
Congratulations, Ashley and Kyle! May your life together be as joyful and beautiful as your wedding day. 
From the Bride  
We met through mutual friends. For our first date we went to an Ice Flyers Hockey game. Kyle proposed in September 2023 after the Trace Adkins concert. Kyle grew up in Seymour, TN and still has family here. On our wedding day I look forward to spending the day with loved ones. We enjoy going to concerts, bike riding, finding new restaurants to try, going to church together.
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Event Management: Veronica with Custom Love Gifts & Events
Florals: Chapel in the Hollow 
Dress: Melissa Sweet from David’s Bridal
Photography: Star Noir Studio
Menswear: Calvin Klein from Men’s Wearhouse
Invitations: Zazzle
Rings: Modern Gents Trading Co. and Amazon.com
Hair and Makeup: Abby Britt Beauty
Jewelry: Amazon
Officiant: Ian Parrott
Venue: Chapel in the Hollow
Are you planning a July summer wedding? Check out our calendar to see if we have your date available.

Long Awaited Elopement – Megan and Davin

Long Awaited Elopement

Megan and Davin

Megan and Davin’s long-awaited elopement at Chapel in the Hollow was a dream come true, set against the stunning backdrop of the Smoky Mountains in East Tennessee. The chapel was beautifully adorned in blush and champagne fabrics, perfectly complemented by our blush and bashful florals, creating a soft and romantic atmosphere for their special day. 
Megan looked absolutely enchanting in a long sleeve dress featuring a flowy skirt that gracefully moved with every step she took. The preparation was filled with love and support, as Davin’s mom helped Megan get ready, weaving family bonds even tighter on this significant day. 
Their daughter, brimming with excitement, played the role of flower girl, adding a delightful and joyful touch to the ceremony. Megan’s two sons proudly walked her down the aisle, marking a heartfelt moment that beautifully blended their families together. 
Set in the lush outdoor scenery of a sunny July day, their elopement was not just a celebration of love but also a testament to the strength of family and the beauty of new beginnings.
Congratulations, Megan and Davin! May your journey ahead be as sunny and filled with joy as your beautiful wedding day in the Smokies. 
From the Bride
Family members introduced us in 2006 and we have been together ever since. July 5, 2006, actually. We went bowling with friends for our first date. It was nerve racking lol. It was fun and he was the first one to kiss me. Gosh, we have been engaged forever since 12/21/2016 he proposed on Christmas that year. We are from East Tennessee a small little town Robbins in Scott County, TN.  On our wedding day I am looking forward to a special moment with my important family members and for him and I to finally become one. I will finally become a Terry. Davin’s birthday is July 5th which is our Anniversary of dating for 18 years and we wanted our wedding anniversary to be close to that date. We usually go to car shows he owns his own hotrod shop Terrys Hotrods and Customs so we like doing that and watching racing. Sometimes out to a movie or kayaking.
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Event Management: Beverly with Custom Love Gifts & Events
Florals: Chapel in the Hollow 
Photography: Star Noir Studio
Menswear: Merle Norman 
Invitations: Etsy
Shoes: David’s Bridal and Boot Barn
Rings: Forever Bride 
Officiant: Ian Parrott
Videography: Yugen Productions
Hair and Makeup: Summer Lynn Beauty
Venue: Chapel in the Hollow
Are you planning a long awaited elopement? Check out our calendar to see if we have your date available.

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