Nashville's Top Mansion Venues of 2019
We love the vintage style charm of the gorgeous Ravenswood Mansion. Located in Marcella Viverette Smith Park in Brentwood, it is surrounded by 400 acres of rolling hillside and can easily accommodate weddings of all styles. Anything from casual to formal is at home here with a space that easily flows from indoors to outside, and offers the opportunity to hold a tented reception on the back side of this beautiful mansion which is filled with so many wonderful historical details.
Nestled among 100 acres of farmland and rolling hills is one of Tennessee's hidden treasures.Rippavilla, a Greek Revival style mansion built in 1855, is over 10,000 square feet, and is filled with many original furnishings and artifacts.Offering a space that easily flows from indoors to outside, this elegant mansion offers the opportunity to hold a tented reception for larger guest counts or smaller events held entirely inside the historic home.
Cheekwood Botanical Garden & Museum of Art
Cheekwood isn’t your traditional ballroom wedding venue. It combines a large lush garden, museum, and a historic mansion all in one venue. The historic Cheek estate has seven different garden ceremony locations, all of which are incredibly scenic, and four different indoor and outdoor reception sites so your wedding will be completely unique.
Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage, Home of the People’s President Of the many mansion wedding venues in the Nashville area, The Hermitage is the only one that was once owned by an American president, and it’s quite an impressive venue at that! There are several spaces to choose from, including the rustic Cabin by the Spring, a barn-like venue with lots of rustic charm, as well as the grounds of the Tulip Grove Mansion, which is ideal for outdoor events. The mansion also has its own romantic chapel for those seeking a more traditional indoor ceremony space.
East Ivy Mansion East Ivy Mansion is a stunning 19th century Italian Renaissance-style mansion with opulent marble details, sparkling crystal chandeliers, and spiral staircase. This beautiful venue, where you and your bridal party can rent to spend the weekend, also features a pool and cabana area, courtyards, and lush gardens. It offers 44,000 square feet of event space and has a capacity for 250 guests.
Riverwood Mansion This late 18th-century Greek revival mansion, located in Nashville, offers a large heated pavilion and beautifully manicured gardens in a park like setting. Riverwood Mansion is an all-inclusive venue that can host weddings of up to 300 guests, and accommodate equally stunning outdoor or indoor ceremonies and receptions. History buffs will be delighted to know that the space has hosted seven U.S. presidents!
Cedarwood Mansion This Nashville mansion venue is all about romance, taking couples back to times gone by, but with all the modern day conveniences. Cedarwood Mansion is a 50-acre historic estate is located on a pastoral setting near Mooncake Lake. You feel like you are out away from it all, but is only 8 miles from downtown Nashville! Not only is this venue absolutely gorgeous, it also offers a variety of wedding services, from event design to invitations, florals, cake, music, and more. Your photographer will also be thrilled, as there are many amazing photo backdrops to choose from for your wedding portraits.
Spring Haven Mansion Located in nearby Hendersonville, Spring Haven Mansion is an 1825 plantation home that also includes a barn, log cabin, and a creek. Couples get married on the steps of the mansion creating a classic Southern scene and receptions are frequently tented on the beautifully-manicured grounds. The outdoor space at Spring Haven are so beautiful that Taylor Swift once did a photo shoot here! This mansion also makes a great rehearsal dinner venue.
So, which is your favorite? We want to know!