Rustic Wedding Venue in Tennessee
In approximately six weeks from the time of this writing, I’ll be walking down the aisle, about to become Mrs. Blue Moon! The problem with a long engagement is that the whole wedding part of it really sneaks up on you. Now that we’re six weeks away, I am running around in what Mr. Blue Moon calls a “tizzy” trying to get everything done. It doesn’t help that I am spending one of these six weeks directing a high school debate camp. I’m glad I get to do what I love, and the extra money is nice, but I am starting to feel like I’m spread a little thin so close to the wedding.
I pretty much feel like this cat right now. / GIF via Giphy.com
The two of us are back in our hometown taking care of some wedding-related business between the end of my school year (yay!) and the start of Mr. Blue Moon’s job on Tuesday (double-yay!), and we are trying to get as much knocked out as possible. We spent a good chunk of today doing a walk-through of our reception venue before it undergoes inspections next week. Y’all might remember that we booked our reception venue nearly sight-unseen while it was still basically in pre-construction. Yep. We put our wedding’s fate into the hands of the amazing Nancy McEachern, the owner and event manager of Graystone Quarry, and I am SO HAPPY that we did.
Less than six months ago, we walked through a concrete slab and some framing. When we drove up to our venue today, we saw this loveliness.