(Closed) Outdoor Nashville Venue, HELP!! :(

posted 4 years ago in Venue
Post # 2
5219 posts
Bee Keeper

BlondeeBee:  check out some of the parks in Davidson, Rutherford, Williamson and Wilson counties– all are in the metro area. We got married in a cool park about 30 minutes outside of Nashville and paid abut 1k for the venue, and that was on the more expensive side. You can PM me if you want more details.  

Here’s a link to some of the parks in Nashville:



Also, you can check out Cajun Lake Lodge, it is also about 30 minutes West of Nashville, and we looked into it. Looks like it could fit your budget, but it was just a little too far for our guests to travel:



Post # 4
1725 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2014 - 13th ~ TN

BlondeeBee:  We are from South Carolina but getting married there in Dec and I was having the hardest time finding a venue. While searching for a venue I was looking at vendors as well and found our photographer and she had this list on her website. We are getting married in the chapel in Cannonburg Village.

  • Clover Bottom MansionThe Hermitage (old mansion, rustic buildings/barns, gravel road, large trees)
  • Charlie Daniels ParkMt. Juliet (creek, wooden play structure, white fence, large trees)
  • Cedars of Lebanon State ParkLebanon (rustic lodge, brown fence, lots of trees, small wood bridge)
  • Opryland Hotel GardensNashville (indoors with natrual light, flowers, benches, stairs, “old” buildings)
  • Percy Warner ParkNashville (stone stairs, gravel road, large trees, big field with tall grasses, mowed rolling hills)
  • Centennial Park-Nashville (the Parthenon, stone bridge, gardens, benches, large trees, bench swings)
  • Shelby ParkNashville (small lake, large trees, concrete structures)
  • Downtown Nashville-Nashville (Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge, Symphony Center, old churches, Union Station, Riverfront, other brick buildings)
  • Bicentennial Mall State Park/CapitolNashville (Large concrete structures, amphitheater, rows of trees, State Capitol Building)
  • Seiver ParkNashville (Sunnyside mansion, large trees, paved paths)
  • Vanderbilt CampusNashville (lots of old buildings, trees, paths, benches)
  • Radnor Lake State ParkNasvhille (lake, large trees, dirt paths, black fence)
  • Ellington Agricultural CenterNashville (Mansion with large white columns, brick archways, lots of rustic buildings/barns, wood bridge, gazebo, white fence, large trees)
  • Crockett ParkBrentwood (Cool Springs House, rustic barn, rustic building, black fence, large trees, wooden play structure)
  • Cane Ridge ParkAntioch (large trees, simple park, black fence with field behind, rustic barn)
  • Lee Victory ParkSmyrna (large trees, paved paths, gravel paths, big boulders)
  • Smyrna LibrarySmyrna (sidewalk lined with trees, brick building, large pond with fountain, willow tree next to pond, benches)
  • Cannonsburgh VillageMurfreesboro (lots of rustic buildings, creek covered with large trees, wood/metal bridge)
  • Gateway IslandMurfreesboro (gazebo, bridges, fountains/small waterfalls, lots of plants and flowers, train tracks accross street)
  • Murfreesboro GreenwayMurfreesoboro (large trees, paved paths, river, train tracks, wooden bridge, white fence, benches)
  • Arrington VineyardsArrington (rows of vines, bench swings, large trees, winery/restaurant building)
Post # 6
459 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2016

BlondeeBee:  I’m a Nashville bride, too! I am looking at The Buchanan Log House or The Cool Springs House for my outdoor reception. Both are well under $1000 ($700 for Cool Springs House, $600 for Buchanan Log House) and they sound exactly like what you’re looking for.

Post # 7
1725 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2014 - 13th ~ TN

BlondeeBee:  You are very welcome.

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