Concerned about the new Tennessee state law on wedding officiants? Concerned about the new Alabama marriage license procedures? 

Click here to learn about both and how Rich Events can help you have properly officiated and legal wedding ceremony.  

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About Rich Events

Serving couples as a wedding officiant in Nashville, TN is at the heart of what Rev. Brandon Rich does every day. Rev. Rich is a seminary-trained ordained minister and former pastor, and is possibly the most experienced Nashville wedding minister. Rev. Rich also serves as officiant for larger, more traditional weddings too.  Officiating and hosting hundreds of weddings and elopements every year, Rich Events has maintained an impeccable reputation in the Nashville wedding market. Rich Events manages all weddings and elopements for Belmont Mansion, plus we manage all elopements for Skinner Chapel. We also officiate weddings and elopements all around the greater Nashville area. If you are on your desktop, laptop or iPad, scroll up to our menu.  If you are on your cell phone, scroll up to the upper right corner of your screen to view our tri-bar menu button.  

Be sure to look at our social media links, and check out our partner photography vendors. You'll find a page for our photographers right here on the site. You'll also find pages for Skinner Chapel, Belmont Mansion as well as information out Rev. Rich's memoir and a page devoted to his blog, and much more.  

Coronavirus Update as of April 2, 2020:

The mayor of Nashville, TN has issued a mandatory “stay-at-home” executive order effective 3/23 through 4/24. All non-essential businesses must close. Tennessee’s governor has also issued an order that bans gathering of more than 10 people. We are contacting all couples who have ceremonies booked at our venues during this time. We must take this seriously for the sake of public health. We will work with coupes to reschedule ceremonies that had been booked during the dates impacted by this government action. If you have your marriage license and need to know your options, or if you have other questions, please contact Rev. Brandon Rich. 

The Davidson County Clerk in Nashville, TN has closed until April 6, 2020 due to the Coronavirus situation. Other County Clerks in Tennessee will deal with this situation individually. 

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