Bleak House Knoxville
This Bleak House Knoxville wedding is overflowing with gorgeous vintage details and one of the sweetest couples ever! Sarah and Jeremy’s wedding at the Bleak House in Knoxville was June 15, 2013. Their outdoor wedding ceremony was at the fountain, and their reception was in the tiered gardens and house.
Her wedding gown was handmade in Utah, and it was perfect for their vintage Knoxville wedding! Her bridesmaids also wore the cutest pink dresses with green sashes and pearl necklines from Dainty Jewell’s.
At their Knoxville wedding reception, Sarah had a very special surprise for Jeremy. She wrote a song for him and sang it in front of the crowd! It was amazing, and everyone was crying it was so emotional! And then, after you thought it couldn’t get any better, Jeremy picked up a guitar and sang a song that he had written for Sarah! It gives us chills just thinking about it, it was so special! Milestone Pictures were the cinematographers, and they got so many wonderful moments too!
About The Bleak House
The Bleak House is a historic wedding venue in Knoxville TN. Also known as Confederate Memorial Hall and built in 1858, it is an Italian tuscany villa style home. The gardens behind the house will accommodate nearly 400 guests. The gardens were designed and planted more than 100 years ago, and there are five flat and grassed terraced levels descending toward the Tennessee River. For weddings at the house, there is a bridal suite and a room for the groom and groomsmen to get ready.