With grounds large enough to host 300 people, this is a great outdoor area, best utilized with a tent.
We offer as many services as you want! Just a venue with the basics? No problem! You want photography, tenting and catering included? No problem!
With receptions starting at $1,500 and ceremonies and a reception starting at $3,000, what's not to love?!?!
Wedding packages include:
Gorgeous, fully restored 1956 Bel Air for your drive away
Event Coordinator - month of
Use of all grounds, including interior of the mansion for photos
Staff - parking management, guest services and setting up and taking down of chairs and tables
Security - on contracted security officer to be present
Catering equipment and kitchen
Gold Baby Grand for photos
Numerous, antique furniture for photos
WiFi internet access
Tables and chairs
Eric Gunderson, member of country music trio Love And Theft, married Emily Hagar in a private ceremony at Hazel Path Mansion in Hendersonville, Tennessee on Saturday, April 3. (Love And Theft Eric And Emily Gunderson (Photo Credit: Elle DuVal Hobbs bespeshl.com)
The outdoor wedding was held at sunset with 150 guests in attendance. Wedding attendants included the groom’s fellow Love And Theft band mates, Brian Bandas and Stephen Barker Liles, in addition to the groom’s father, Jeff Gunderson.
The couple’s first dance was to Michael Buble’s “Crazy Love.” Later that evening, Lyric Street recording artist Love and Theft took the stage to perform The Temptations’ “My Girl” for the happy couple.
Eric and Emily met in Nashville and began dating in the fall of 2006. He proposed in the summer during a vacation to Charleston, South Carolina.
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