Kings’ Chapel ~ A Beautiful Franklin Venue

We featured this venue a year or so ago and are currently working with a bride who just loves the space! It’s such a lovely place and I thought you should know about it, too. 🙂

If you are looking for a quaint yet majestic wedding venue, you have found just that at Kings’ Chapel.

Situated in a convenient location just south of Nashville, minutes from Brentwood and Franklin in Arrington, TN, Kings’ Chapel, originally built in 1804, has been restored to mirror its original state and is the perfect Historic Award Winning wedding venue.

Kings’ Chapel can seat up to 170 people and within walking distance of the Chapel is the European styled Clubhouse ideal for receptions. Inside the clubhouse you will find a walnut trimmed ballroom and chef’s kitchen {a caterer’s dream, trust me!}.

Located at the entrance to the Clubhouse is an expansive resort-style mineral pool with adjacent, stylish cabana {can you say Cocktail hour! By the pool! Perfect for summer evening weddings}.  These amenities also make Kings’ Chapel a wonderful place to hold bridal showers, bridal teas and even corporate meetings and events! Bring the 12 board members to meet and then relax in the courtyard or bring the whole department for a picnic and pool party after.

Tent set up is permitted and they do have a limited number of tables and chairs that are included. Kings’ Chapel comes with a preferred vendor list, but clients are allowed to select their own vendors as well.

Contact: 615-395-0001 or kingschapelevents@gmail.com

Happy planning!

Visit us at A Music City Event or call 615.727.3903

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