Commonly Asked Questions

Are you pet friendly?
Yes! You can bring your pet dog, cat… all your sweet fur babies are allowed here both inside and outside. We even have a place upstairs for a pet carrier in case your baby needs some quiet time during your wedding.

Do you welcome couples-only weddings?
Absolutely. The Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg area is the perfect place to elope.

Do you do wedding vow renewals?
Yes. Wedding vow renewals are treated the same as our first-time weddings.

How many guests can you accommodate?
We can comfortably manage up to 100 guests, even with a back-up plan for rain.

Do you have an outdoor wedding ceremony location?
Yes. Our brides make their entrance down the balcony steps and across a beautiful arched bridge to our outdoor wedding location where log benches seat up to 100 guests. There are several other unique wedding ceremony locations for smaller guest counts.

Do you have a back-up plan in case it rains?
Yes. We have a wedding chapel that seats up to 60 guests, a pavilion alongside our creek for up to 100 guests, and the downstairs reception area of the barn accommodates up to 100.

Can I use my own minister?
Yes. And in most cases, this saves $125 off the cost of your wedding package.

Can I rent the venue by itself and use my own photographer?
Absolutely. Regina encourages the use of the photographer of your choice, and has landscaped her venue to become one of the most sought after photography locations in the Southeast. While your photographer would be restricted from the horse field due to liability, they have access to more scenes and props than any other venue in our area. Be sure to reserve enough time for them to capture all your memories.

Are guests allowed to use their cameras?
Absolutely. We work together with your family and friends so that everyone has the opportunity to capture all the many scenes of beauty on our farm. However, no one is allowed to follow Regina if you commission her for wedding photography. This is to ensure you are not distracted and the highest level of attention is given to her techniques and artistic style.