Georgia Wedding Venues You’ll Love
Georgia has so many beautiful wedding venues—we have plenty of suggestions, depending on what you are looking for. Outdoor? Mansion? Garden? We share our faves here.
(If you can’t get enough, see detailed info for all the Georgia wedding venues on our site.)
Savannah boasts the largest National Historic Landmark District in the U.S. and it happens to be in the heart of one of the most beautiful cities in the world. In addition to cobblestone streets, manicured gardens, and parks shaded by Spanish moss-laden oaks, you’ll find some captivating wedding venues. Here are a half dozen that will pique your interest!
Intimate weddings and events can be just as fun and beautiful as larger celebrations. If you're planning a smaller gathering of your nearest and dearest, the venues featured below all convey a special quality, whether they're located in the city, the mountains, a garden, or next to the water.
Roswell began in the 1830s as a place to build a mill, but it's since evolved into a thriving city filled with historic homes, parks, natural landscapes, and picturesque waterways like Vickery Creek and the Chattahoochee River. All of these assets add enormous charm to weddings hosted at any of the venues on our list.
If you're dreaming of an outdoor wedding among blossoms, vines, and shade trees, Georgia is a great place to get married. Thanks to its temperate weather and a Southern knack for making all things beautiful, the Peach State is home to some of the country's most glorious gardens.
Often called the “Heart of the Arts” by locals, Midtown Atlanta is home to a wealth of cultural attractions (museums, the symphony, theaters) as well as some of the city’s most iconic and historic buildings. With so much to offer, it’s an exciting place to host a wedding. Here are 10 venues that will help you tap into the area’s energetic vibe.
If an outdoor ceremony or reception is at the top of your wedding “must have” list, Atlanta offers a wide range of options.From mansions and private estates to historic landmarks and restaurants, here are some of the best places in and around the city for an al fresco celebration.
Established almost 200 years ago, Atlanta is home to quite a few mansions that reflect its history. And fortunately for couples who want to experience the charmed lifestyle of a bygone era, many of them are available for weddings. Here’s a selection of beautifully preserved venues where you can get a delicious taste of the past.