Destination Weddings Nashville TN: Belle Meade Plantation in Nashville, Tennessee?
Reception Venue’s Central Location:
Belle Meade Plantation is located in the heart of the South and is easily accessible from anywhere in the United States. The plantation itself is only seven miles from downtown Nashville…that’s close enough to make it convenient, but tucked away enough to get out of the city for your private occasion. There are many hotels, attractions, museums, clubs and pubs with local talent just a short distance from our site. Additionally, many great shopping sanctuaries are only 10 minutes away. We’ve welcomed brides from Canada, Scotland, Brazil, Chicago, California, Kentucky, and Florida, just to name a few. Your guests will enjoy celebrating with you in our great city!
Belle Meade Plantation has been consistently recognized by national wedding sites such as The Knot, WeddingWire, and Borrowed and Blue. Locally in Nashville, the venue has been honored with Best Place to get Married and Best Wedding Reception Site for several years in a row.
Great Event & Wedding Planning Resources:
The foundation of event specialists that made Music City U.S.A. what it is today is available to you for your destination event. With our deep Nashville roots, we have many wonderful connections and suggestions for your event planning needs in our city. Linda Pilkinton has served as the Director of Events since 2007 and understands the intricacies of a destination wedding. She will have a number of tips and ideas for you as well as local resources.
Simple & Elegant Destination Weddings at Southern Plantation:
Belle Meade Plantation was established in 1807. In addition to having a rich history in Nashville, our site has been a long time favorite for destination weddings from around the world. Our beautiful 30-acre estate makes it easy for photographers to capture striking photographs on your special day. You will also find comfort in knowing that your rental fee goes directly to our non-profit organization to support historical preservation and education for children.