If you're an online-ordained officiant in Tennessee, you may not be anymore

If you're an officiant in Tennessee who was ordained online, you may not legally be able to officiate weddings anymore. Here's the scoop: as of July 1, 2019, the Tennessee Legislature has put forth HB0213 which will strip the rights of online-ordained officiants from performing weddings. But fear not, one of our amazing vendor partners, American Marriage Ministries (AMM), is going on a tour of six Tennessee cities and towns to re-ordain their ministers.

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I AM CAKE: this colorful Tennessee wedding had the most amazing Groot cake

This Tennessee wedding was full of color, loft style, performances by friends, amazing dances, pop culture-themed centerpieces,
and loads of twinkle lights. Sounds great, right? But just wait until you see the pièce de résistance, their amazing, geektastic sculpted Groot cake. How they cut into that, I'll never know.

Get ready to see this whole geeky, colorful, full of Parks and Rec, Star Wars, and lots of love wedding…

This couple traveled to Nashville to elope at the totality of the solar eclipse

n August 21, 2017, skies darkened from Oregon to South Carolina in the first total solar eclipse visible from across the United States in 99 years. This super dope couple joined thousands of tourists heading south to a perfect viewing spot in Nashville. But their journey would be different from most as it would culminate in marriage vows in the middle of a park…