Dog Friendly Elopement – Hannah and Kane

Hannah and Kane February 21, 2020

Dog Friendly Elopement

We love the puppers!! A dog friendly elopement isn’t always a possibility, but we want to help you make it happen! We understand that these little guys are part of the family, so, of course, you want them to be included in your big day.

Wedding number 1 for this past weekend was Hannah and Kane. She had a cute jean jacket with some wordage to help combat the chill. Her gorgeous look was created by Organic Infusion Hair & Nail Salon, and she was radiant!! He personified casual chic which perfectly complemented her. They brought the bouquet with them from their hometown, and they set up a little unity candle ceremony. Hannah brought her teddy, the last thing her grandma gave her before she passed, to watch the ceremony as a stand-in for her grandma. They also brought their puppers!!! You know how crazy I am about the animals, lol. These two were adorable–and they were great about looking at the camera (unless their mama and daddy were kissing, lol). Congratulations Hannah and Kane!!

From the Bride:
We met on Tinder, LOL. We matched and had everything in common down to the smallest things so we started hanging out and we had a few falling outs before we really got it together. Once we figured it out, we were inseparable. We are doing amazing now and are very excited to continue our lives together.

Kane proposed. We had gone to a winter event with tours of old mansions by my college campus and we went on a horse and carriage ride and then he proposed inside of an iron gazebo before we left. It was really amazing and I was truly surprised.

We decided to elope because we wanted our wedding to be personal and intimate, as well as stress free. Tennessee is beautiful, it’s close, there’s lots to do afterwards for the weekend, and we could bring our dogs.

We are most looking forward to enjoying the day together and the fact that we can have our dogs there and get pictures of ourselves. We haven’t ever really had professional pictures taken of us so the whole day will just be really special and we are excited.

No real significance to the date. We wanted a Friday in February and it happened to work out. 2-21-2020 is pretty cool!

We like to go to concerts/festivals, we love doing things outside in the summer like camping and going swimming, and we both really just love our dogs and spending time with friends and family. Normally when we go out we pregame at home and go to a bar, maybe play pool, eat some food, and come home and relax.

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Shoes: Nike
Rings: Zales
Hair and Makeup: Organic Infusion Hair & Nail Salon
Dog sweaters:
Chapel Florals: Melissa Timm Designs
Bouquet: Miller’s Flower Shop
Dress: Torrid
Photography: Star Noir Studio
Venue: Chapel in the Hollow

Are you ready to bring your puppers for a dog friendly elopement in the Smoky Mountains? Check our calendar for availability. You can find tons of other info on our website to help you with planning… pricing, where to get your marriage license, and tons more! Don’t forget to make sure the place you will be staying is also dog friendly, and check out some of our local dog parks to give your pup a place to have some fun. There are quite a few pup friendly restaurants in the area especially in Knoxville, but many of the hiking trails do not allow dogs so do your research! 865-696-5348