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Tennessee Waterfall Elopement Session| Lindsay + Aaron

For a while I wanted to prove that you could have a gorgeous elopement in your own backyard.  I think a lot of people look at PNW based weddings and think wow I wish that was here where I lived.  What I wanted to prove is that well, it is.  And on top of that you can get married there for less than $1000 – that’s including dress, rug, candles, hair piece, flowers, make up and photography.  And all of these can take place right here in Tennessee at a beautiful waterfall in the middle of the woods.  Sound dreamy?  Think about it as a reality, something obtainable. 

I’ve had this vision for a styled simple elopement shoot for a while and it finally came to life – and I happen to be obsessed with the pictures (though I’m bias).  But I couldn’t have made it happen without these wonderful people: 

Vendors

Photographer: Jenny Clair Higgs @jennyclairhiggs 

Coordinator: Brittany Events Co. @brittanyeventsco

Bridal Attire: Arzelles Bridal @arzellesbridal

Bridal Second Dress: @lulus 

HMU: Kathryn Coursey @makeupby_kathryn

Floral and Hair Accessories: Ash Burns @_ashburns

Crown: Beretkah @beretkah

Models: Lindsay Wilson (Bride) @sincerelylindsayphotography; Aaron (Groom) 

April 26, 2019

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  1. Lauren Burstall says:

    What is the name of this location/waterfall? Was there a long hike to get there? Was it strenuous? I’m looking to get married at a location like this, but don’t want to make guests hike very far. Thank you!

    • Jenny Higgs says:

      This is Ozone waterfall – it’s not a long hike but it is steep. I would say this is better off as an elopement spot or intimate wedding with people who feel comfortable going down steep rock. Good luck on your search!

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