Photos by Cassidy Garcia Photography- Knoxville TN
What a charming time it is at Sampson’s Hollow. Winter is settling in, and the expansive views of the foothills and the Great Smoky Mountain National Park are changing. Somehow you can see further in to the Smoky Mountains and their beauty is not dimished but changed.
Since we are a farm venue, do we host winter weddings? Absolutely. Christmas and New Year’s times are popular, but who says you have to follow any rules. Elopements are popular all year round, and winter can bring some of the most romantic atmospheres as you say I Do.
If you are considering a winter wedding, talk to our awesome wedding planners. They are incredible and go above and beyond to create that very specia., unique to you….Once Upon a Time.
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Among the many decisions in your wedding planning is color! Are you planning to have a wedding party and reception? The colors you choose reflect your personality. At Sampson’s Hollow we work with the natural colors of the landscape of the farm and then enhance what God has given us to suit your very own….”Once Upon a Time.”
If you are planning for just the two of you, special flowers might be that extra touch, full of symbolic love in your choices.
Some color trends for 2018, as published through many sources, are the colors we love to work with always. Of course, color choices are made by the couple and reflect their personality and the impression they wish to make on their guests if they have family and friends present.
Navy continues to be a popular choice, complimented by a yellow or salmon.
Mint Green, Seafom Green along with a Salmon accent are also popular.
Bronze, Coppers, Silvers, Monitone, Blush and Champagne choices are popular throughtout all of the seaons.
We feel we have some of the most enjoyable, talented and accommodating wedding planners in the region and we enjoy working with the bride, the couple and her family and traditions to create that very own….“Once Upon a Time.”
Allow us to know your tastes and special desires and we will do all we can to compliment our farm setting with your special touches, traditions and ideas.
Janice Livingston, 865-387-1234
As we study the trends for wedding planning for 2018 and beyond we can’t be more excited that brides are choosing magical locations like Sampson’s Hollow more and more. Couples are choosing a back to nature experience whether it is justs the two of them on a romantic elopement, or they have gathered friends and family for a special celebration.
Vintage trends are strong and are driving dress and color choices for the bridal party and the following reception! Brides are loving the looks of the 70’s, (we adimt we do also!) and choosing ivory, cream, chamgagne and off white more often than white for their special dress. Have you been dress shopping yet? When the time comes we will want to hear all about it!
Reception trends tend to work to knit guests in to the vow exchange with an emphasis on the importance of the guest. Favorite scriptures are shared, recipes are requested as gifts, colors for receptions combine rustics with coppers and silver.
Our favorite of the trends is to choose somewhere “Woodsy.” Woodsy is the new Black! What could be more exciting for Sampson’s Hollow? We provide a century old farm that is full of stories, trees who have witnessed a special kind of love over and over, and settings ready to take you and your spouse to a fairy tale world where you create your very own Once Upon a Time. Visit our Photo Gallery or Book a Venue Tour to experience Sampson’s Hollow for yourself.
Whether you are considering an elopement for just the two of you, or a wedding celebration with your family and friends, Sampson’s Hollow’s coordinators are second to none. We look forward to hearing all about your upcoming wedding date and your dream come true…Once Upon a Time.
Janice Livingston (865) 387-1234
All seasons at the farm are magical. Nature provides a backdrop at Sampson’s Hollow that is a stunning testament to God’s creation, and all seasons hold their magic. Winter Weddings are special. Our location in the Smoky Mountains of East Tennessee, directely between Blackberry Farm and Cades Cove, can bring mild temperatures in the winter but also the beauty of a light snow.
Romance and celebration come alive as we light the barn and warm the hearts with your beautiful sentiments and expressions. Trends in wedding colors in winter are whites and silvers, with natural evergreens and pine cones. Holiday accent colors can be added but not distract from the natural beauty that surrounds you.
Cozy honeymoons might be another consideration as you plan your winter wedding in the Smoky Mountains. Our wedding planners can help you create the perfect mood and setting, whether it is just the two of you or your family and friends included.
The couples who desire to elope are growing. For many reasons elopement is a great idea. There are many factors to consider obviously when making the choices about your wedding, but we find the elopement trend is back on the rise.
For so many reasons couples of all ages are eloping. Farm settings, Barn settings, Rural settings are all popular choices and of course, Sampson’s Hollow would bring that dream to truth.
At Sampson’s Hollow we have been welcoming eloping couples from the year we began hosting weddings. Our romantic settings just call couples to the farm. Vast mountain vistas are your backdrop and nature is your host when you choose to elope at Sampson’s Hollow. Our wedding coordinators are available to you and we will indeed create your storybook wedding when you decide to elope to the farm at Sampson’s Hollow.
This gorgeous photo was snapped by one of our assistants during a quiet moment at this past weekend’s wedding. The 100-year old red maple was planted by the patriarch of the family, Sampson Flynn, when he started farming on the land given to him by his father. The bride is sitting on the rope swing and perhaps storing memories of her beautiful wedding to reflect upon in days and years to come.
Potential brides and grooms are invited to attend our annual fall open house on Sunday, August 28, from 2 – 4 in the afternoon. We are located near Blackberry Farm, on West Miller’s Cove, in Walland, Tennessee. Our family and staff look forward to having you stroll the lush farmland, truly located in a peaceful and secluded hollow between two mountain landscapes. The following professional vendors will be available to answer questions and to share their experience with you: Anderson Rentals, LB Floral, Sweet Manna, 2Guys2Guitars, Sullivan Photography, Maggie Cakes, and Rachel Mobley Photography. Samples of cake and food will be there for you to enjoy at no charge. We do ask that you RSVP your intent to attend and how many guests you will be brining to either firstname.lastname@example.org or text to 865.387.1234. We are offering a $200 discount on selected packages–not valid in combination of other specials or discounts. There are still a few fall dates available as well as dates for the holidays from November 20 through the end of the year. For more information, just email or call us at the information provided above.
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You are invited to join us on our family farm to visit with some of the area’s finest wedding vendors during our Spring Open House on Sunday afternoon, April 3, from 2- 4. This is a free event but we ask that you RSVP by either messaging us here on FB or emailing your intent to attend at email@example.com. Your RSVP will also register you for door prizes. Our experienced and amazing wedding coordinators will be there to show you the property and to answer questions about customizing your own wedding package. Some of our vendors include Andersons Rentals, LB Floral, 2Guys2Guitars, Sweet Manna, Jennabee’s Cupcakes, Sarah Myers Photography, Rachel Mobley Photography, and food samples provided through Owen’s Food Truck and Sampson’s Hollow. Make plans to come and visit, sit a while, and take in the beauty of our family farm.
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I hope that this post finds you well and happy and anticipating your wedding date in 2016–or perhaps looking ahead to 2017! We have been blessed to be very busy and our calendar is rapidly filling up for our 11th season. Our gorgeous expansion has proven to be an amazing back-up plan for our brides in the event of bad weather. We can seat up to 175 in a traditional chapel arrangement without the fear of getting wet or sacrificing your view of the Great Smoky Mountains as a background for… your wedding ceremony. We also do winter weddings and had a full month of weddings in December and with patio heaters in place, the view from the porch was stunning!
We still have limited availability in April, July, August and a couple of dates in September–including the 10th (our only Saturday date open in the fall this year. We have had a couple of cancellations–one for May 15 and the other for October 23. Currently, we have a special offer in select months, but we are always delighted to customize a package for your wedding day.
if you would like to come and visit with me or one of our amazing wedding coordinators, on our family farm, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or text me at 865.387.1234.
Blessings to you throughout this journey to your wedding!
Looking forward to meeting some of our neighbors tomorrow night from the properties of Blackberry Farm. Sarah Evans has a private concert next door and a few of the guests are coming over and having a get-together at Sampson’s Hollow before the show. Hope they enjoy both their time visiting at our farm and the talented artist who will be performing for their entertainment across the fence:)