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Why Choose Nashville for Your Elopement

Updated: Sep 21

Historic City

The Grand Old Opry has been on the radio since 1925, making Nashville the center of Country Music. County fans come from all over the world to attend performances at the Opry, earning Nashville the nick name "Music City USA."


The city of Nashville is often referred to as "The Athens of the South" due to the large number of colleges and universities dating back to the mid-19th century. The city is also home to the world's only full-scale replica of The Parthenon, located in Centennial Park.


After exchanging vows why not visit a couple of our other local historic sites. The Hermitage, home of President Andrew Jackson and The President James K. Polk Home & Museum.


Elopement Venues

When deciding on a venue for your destination elopement Rich Events has you covered. We offer elopement packages at three beautiful locations in the Nashville area.


The historic Belmont Mansion, Skinner Chapel at Scarritt Bennett Center and Spring Haven Gardens.


Our destination wedding packages include a wedding officiant and elopement photographers, and each location is unique and beautiful.

For a quick elopement or a larger option, consider an elopement or micro wedding at the Belmont Mansion.


A Nashville Wedding

Looking for overnight accommadations to complete your wedding day? This city has everything from 5-star luxury hotels to quirky boutique hotels to small Airbnbs.


Keep the celebration going by visiting downtown. On Broadway you will find lots of live music, honkey tonks, museums, hotels, and restaurants to complete your special day.


Did you know? Nashville is a short drive from attractions such as Mammoth Cave, The Great Smokey Mountains, Graceland, The National Corvette Museum, NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center and the Natchez Trace Parkway.


We have so much to do in and near Nashville! Plan your vacation in Nashville and elope while you’re here!


Perfect weddings start here. Learn more by visiting RichEvents.org.




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