When it comes to scenery, wedding venues in Georgia have a lot to offer. Whether you envision a down-home country celebration or a black-tie affair, there’s an authentic barn, charming farmhouse or historic home below that will fit the style of your event.
Located on 70 acres of private land, this property has plenty of natural beauty and vintage details. You can exchange vows lakeside beneath a canopy of willow trees, where you’re surrounded by open fields. Homey touches like a hand-made cedar arch and wedding pews add to the charm of the setting. Dining and dancing follows in the Barn, where a lofty ceiling, natural décor, and a unique wooden chandelier create an ambiance that’s both rustic and chic. Wedding packages include tables, chairs, linens, and lantern centerpieces, and for more decorations you can DIY or use their collection of hand-picked pieces. A red canoe is available for cute photo ops, plus there’s a rock fireplace near the lake for after-hours fun!
Surrounded by acres of pastures and rolling hills dotted with oaks, this 1852 plantation house and historic horse barn exude southern-charm and a rustic elegance. Ceremonies are popular at the Wedding Tree, an ancient pecan tree whose spreading branches form a shady canopy over guests. Receptions are held in The Stables, a renovated barn with farmhouse-style tables, reclaimed brick flooring and an interior of antique oak and heart pine. The country-chic vibe is enhanced by decorations like vintage pub tables, strings of cafe lights, mason jars, and old-fashioned chalkboards—all of which are included in the rental fee!
Occupying 52 peaceful acres at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, it’s the perfect place for a country wedding. Get married on a meadow beneath an old oak, or behind the barn beside Mossy Creek where you’ll be surrounded by trees. Host your reception inside the barn, and for a fun experience arrange to have your guests arrive via a wagon ride!
Outdoor wedding options abound on this historic 1,000-acre farm. Arrive by horse and buggy if you like, then exchange vows on the front steps of the main house, under the spreading oaks in the front yard, in the formal garden or on the croquet lawn. Receptions are held in and around the elegant Burge Conservatory and its covered terrace. In addition, there are more gardens and lawns, two pavilions, and a pair of cottages for use by the bride and groom.
Garden weddings are a delight on this three-acre property that exudes southern charm. Say “I do” in a gorgeous garden, while your guests look on from the shade of a 125-year-old pecan tree. Then dine and dance in the Grand Ballroom, with its gleaming red-oak hardwood floor, cathedral ceiling, and beautiful chandeliers. The Bridal Suite (with floor-to-ceiling mirrors and picturesque gardens) and the Groom’s Lounge (in a restored red barn!) provide well appointed, private getaways.
This family-owned horse farm is spread over 280 bucolic acres of green pasture, mountain trails, paddocks, springs and ponds. It’s the ideal place for horse lovers—when you exchange vows in the grassy clearing don’t be surprised to hear some soft whinnying in the background! Romantic receptions are held in the European-style barn, with its graceful exterior brick arches and long wooden tables piled with fresh flowers and organic treats. You’ll feel transported to Tuscany or Provence!
Nestled in the shadow of Lookout Mountain, this family farm wedding venue features an authentic barn and vintage farmhouse. Celebrations are held outside in a grove of trees or on the lawn overlooking the scenic landscape. While the barn and farm are decorated with a sprinkling of antiques, feel free to add some twinkle lights, drapery and flowers. Everywhere you look there are photo ops, from the weathered barn to the horses and goats grazing in the pastures. At night, gather round a bonfire and enjoy a little stargazing.