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Aertson Ballroom Wedding

Meet Our Wedding Specialist

Nashville Wedding Specialist

Meet Belle Jackson

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The desire to gather and celebrate special occasions over food and drinks is a concept that has fascinated Belle throughout her entire hospitality career, which started at the age of 17. Originally from Williamsburg, Virginia, Belle has called Nashville home for nearly a decade, during which she has executed events for Marsh House and Killebrew Coffee at The Thompson Hotel Nashville and Germantown’s beloved restaurant, 5th & Taylor.

Belle draws inspiration from Music City’s electric energy and her artistic background to create warm, beautiful, memorable events that cater to the individual tastes and personalities of each couple she meets. For her, there is no greater sense of achievement than seeing a bride and groom enjoying themselves on their wedding day—eating, laughing and dancing the night away with their wedding guests in a beautiful setting without a care in the world.

When she’s not chatting through timelines with excited couples or crafting the perfect menu with Executive Chef Kristin Beringson in Henley, you can find her making flower crowns, creating ceramic art in her home studio or spending time with her husband of more than seven years, their daughter, and their pitbull-boxer mix, Freya, and tiny black cat, Leto.


Fun Facts about Belle:

Your Current Obsession:

If I have to go with just one obsession it would be the Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom recent release on the Nintendo Switch. I’ll be playing it for years to come.

Describe Your Perfect Vacation:

A weekend in a mountain cabin by a river.

The One Movie You Can Always Watch:

The Mummy (Rachel Weise and Brendon Frasier version!)

The Song to Listen To on Repeat:

“Electric Feel” by MGMT

Favorite Motto:

I have two favorites:

“People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” – Maya Angelou.

“If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world.” – J.R.R. Tolkien