Historic Westwood Wedding in Knoxville
If you love red and white holiday weddings, you’re going to love this wedding at Historic Westwood in Knoxville! Mary Olivia and Trent got married on Dec. 12, 2015, at the Laurel Church of Christ, and their reception was at this historic home on Kingston Pike owned by Knox Heritage.
MARy Olivia and Trent’s wedding was overflowing with red and white details. Lesley with LB Floral did all of the floral designs, and Mary Olivia’s bouquet and floral halo were utterly gorgeous! Bradford Catered Events provided the catering and cake, and you will love the wintery accents on the cake!
Trent’s father married this sweet couple. He was the minister for their wedding ceremony, and we always love when a close family member or friend is the minister or officiant. It makes the ceremony even more special and sentimental. During the ceremony, his father told a story about Mary Olivia and Trent’s cute daughter, Livvy, and Trent couldn’t hold back the tears!
Enjoy this holiday wedding at Historic Westwood!
About Historic Westwood
Historic Westwood is a wedding venue in Knoxville, TN. Built in 1890 as a “wedding promise” by John Lutz and his wife Ann Adelia Armstrong Lutz, this historic home is a beautiful venue for wedding ceremonies, receptions, and rehearsals. Weddings and events at Historic Westwood include the first floor of the house, the front porch, and the grounds for both indoor and outdoor functions.