Enchanted Valley Barn is a unique wedding venue in the Smoky Mountains that offers couples something different! Once a homestead farm, it now provides event and wedding space for both micro and large parties. The original barn has been transformed into a romantic modern space that includes views of gorgeously manicured fields and a picturesque pond. This venue is perfect for couples looking to create something unique, while also enjoying a traditional wedding experience.

A Picturesque Setting

Owner Kris Bible says, “This unique wedding venue is a slice of heaven with services to match!”

Enchanted Valley offers amenities such as decorations, seating options, table settings, sound systems, barkeeping, and much more. Additionally, they provide a wide variety of photo backdrop options, ideal for capturing your special day. Couples can enjoy the beautiful barn itself as well as the surrounding pond, ceremony field, and an accompanying arbor and wildflower garden. There is also a romantic bridal suite above the barn and three outdoor wedding ceremony sites.

Guests will appreciate this scenic country setting. A row of apple trees line a single-lane country road, complimented by the incredible hilltop ceremony area. With a background of beautiful local flora, you can’t beat the views here! Best of all, a short walk through the woods leads guests to a mountain knoll overlooking the whole property! This makes for stunning photos of both the bridal and wedding parties.

A Unique Wedding Venue with Character

Tours of this unique wedding venue are free and include friendly service. Employees are always happy to answer any of your questions. Additionally, with no commitments and flexible scheduling options, you’ll easily be able to visit before making a decision!

We love the story associated with this particular venue. Before acquiring the business for themselves, owners Kris and his wife were married on-site! Not wanting other couples to miss out on this amazing experience, they offered to purchase the venue from the previous owner! Few business owners can share a similar story.

Advice From the Owners!

So, having jumped feet-first into the event business, we wanted to know what the owners have learned over the years. But, more importantly, what should couples interested in destination weddings expect when planning their ceremonies?

Kris explains, “Book your venue first and foremost. Venues frequently have a preferred vendor list of people they’ve worked with and trust. These specific businesses have experience at that venue and know what to expect. We like to call our trusted vendors family because that’s precisely what we are. One big family in the mountains, and every couple who celebrates with us joins it!”

When planning a wedding, you should always expect something to go wrong. Kris further adds, “The second piece of advice is also straightforward: when something doesn’t go according to plan, be prepared to fix it. The trick is being prepared, and Enchanted Valley Barn and our family of wedding professionals do this exceedingly well.”

The owners at Enchanted Valley are up for any challenges and embrace them! They find great joy in witnessing the genuine smiles from guests having a great time. A happy couple, enthusiastic guests, and great music make for a truly memorable wedding event.

Enchanted Valley: A Unique Wedding Venue to Remember

Enchanted Valley Barn is upfront with couples on what they can deliver, and what they can’t. Their goal is to deliver the experience of your special day exactly how you described it. Furthermore, they’ll make sure your guests are taken care of. From start to finish, you can expect only the best from Enchanted Valley.

Packages range from $600-$5,000 and can be as simple or over-the-top as you wish! Bring your dreams to life when you work with the talented planners at Enchanted Valley.

Come visit this wonderfully unique wedding venue! Couples interested in learning more can reach out to kris@enchantedvalleybarnweddings.com.

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