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The Trillium Venue

Welcome to The Trillium Venue. From the owners of the Magnolia Venue, we are excited to announce our second sister venue. The Trillium is a luxurious mountain venue located in the heart of the Smoky Mountains. We searched for the perfect spot to build our second venue in the Smoky Mountains, and we have found it. Perched atop Bluff Mountain, wedding couples will enjoy an expansive 180 degree view of the mountains. Our goal is simple, to give our couples a luxury mountain experience with unbeatable views.

 

The Trillium property is nestled in the mountains and offers wooded trails and epic views that rival any spot in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Like the Magnolia, the Trillium is family-owned. Therefore, we are able to instill our family values in the day to day running of the business. We know how special each couple’s wedding day is, and it’s our goal to serve them as if they’re part of our family. We look forward to sharing our beautiful space with you on your special day. Let’s get in touch and make your dreams a reality.

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The Trillium is the second and most recent family-owned wedding venue. It is the sibling of the beautiful Magnolia Venue, located in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. The mountainside venue has incredible views of downtown Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, and Dollywood Parks & Resorts. The Trillium property is nestled in the woods on the side of the mountain. It features a waterfall, wooded trails, and epic views that rival any spot in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

The Trillium offers equally amazing views and locations to wedding couples looking to take in the beauty of the Smoky Mountains. Like the Magnolia, the Trillium is not owned by a big company, so we are able to instill our family values in the day to day of running the business. We know how special each couple’s wedding day is, and it’s our goal to serve them as if they’re part of our family.

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