Make your wedding go down in history


Historic Carnton has been a gathering place for ladies and gentlemen over the last two centuries. Now, the history of Carnton has been memorialized in the best-selling novel The Widow of the South. Make your wedding a part of our tradition as you say your vows under the one hundred sixty-year-old Osage Orange tree in our restored antebellum garden. 

Whether you’ve dreamed of a rustic outdoor setting or want more modern amenities, one of our reception locations will complete your vision. To treat your guests to a true back-in-time experience, we will open the 1826 McGavock family home and invite them inside for a walk-through tour and glimpse into the history of Tennessee.

If you would like to set up a time to view the property and set your date, please contact:
Jayde Smith, Wedding and Event Coordinator
(615) 794-0903
jayde@boft.org

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Cody Myers Photography

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Whit Meza Photography

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Robert Clutsam Photography

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Joe Hendricks Photography

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Whit Meza Photography

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