Wedding photographs at a waterfall in the Smoky Mountains are magical! The waterfall next door to my historic mountain home, which is only three miles from the main venue, may be added to any of our elopement packages. If you’ve booked a wedding wtih reception, simply ask me or your photographer to include it in your wedding day timeline. There is no long hike to this waterfall, nor is a government permit required because it is on private land. The Smoky Mountain National Park borders the waterfall, and you’ll love the drive through the forest alongside Mill Creek to get there. The best part about this photography location is there are no tourists waiting for their turn to take pictures or to stare at you while your photos are created.
A historic, almost 100 year old leaning barn is close to the waterfall, so be sure to get photos with it in the background! A small pavilion will keep the rain off long enough for photographs if you’re unable to change the photography time at this site. Only one other vacation rental is near the waterfall, but the renters are typically quiet and are not permitted to visit the waterfall site.
The waterfall is a photography site add-on to either our mini wedding or the luxury elopement packages. If it’s only the two of you without any guests, you can also use this location for your ceremony. It pulls together the perfect mountain wedding adventure!