Welcome to our barn wedding venue in the TN Smoky Mountains with spacious outdoor gardens, horses, country-chic décor and a family staff dedicated to pleasing its couples. Regina and Sierra make your wedding experience more personal, planning with you from start to finish. Elopement style weddings with thoughtful, creative photography is their specialty, but these girls can also treat you like gold with an all-inclusive wedding package with reception. Their southern hospitality is genuine as they take the role of hosts instead of photographers for larger events.
Regina grew up on the Honeysuckle Hills farm, enjoying mountain life with a family who fostered her love for the art of photography. Instead of sweating in the hay fields, she chased butterflies. In 1986 she worked all summer at Dollywood for her first “real” Minolta 35mm film camera, and traded butterflies for human subjects. She made the professional leap in 2002 and acquired her Master of Photography title with PPA some years later along with a few other national awards.
Her father died of lung cancer in 2005. Honeysuckle Hills was born in 2006 as a testament to Regina’s love for her Daddy and a way to share real Smoky Mountain experiences with couples looking for something more personal. She knows the importance of wedding memories that will tug at your heartstrings forever.
Sierra, Regina’s daughter-in-law, will steal your heart immediately. Her innocence and genuine kindness will make you feel like part of the family. She, too, is a PPA member and talented photographer.
Wedding photography is mentioned a lot, and that’s because everything here is centered around it. Whether you book an elopement package with Sierra and Regina or another photographer for your reception package, our venue has more scenic areas than any other. This includes horses, two unique bridges, a creek, waterfall, stone arch, swings, flower gardens and rolling hills. Our mountain view / nature preserve is a huge favorite here. But if that’s not enough, ask the girls to take you to some secret places at their home that borders the Smoky Mountain National Park. While you’re at it, be sure to ask them about a favorite TV show that filmed a few episodes there.
Needless to say, lasting friendships are made here!