Vote: Where to have an Atlanta wedding

So a couple that I know is planning a wedding in Atlanta for next fall.  They have been venue hunting for quite some time now. They’ve seen a few places they absolutely love and a few places that they don’t.  It’s down to three contestants, which they recently shared with me. All three either have a garden adjacent or is within a garden, which was the main aspect they were looking for in a venue.

Pros: Great view of the city, In house catering, Tables chairs & linen provided

Cons: No real outdoor ceremony space, Venue can hold multiple weddings at the same time


The Piedmont Room

2. The Atrium:

Pros: Pretty, outdoor ceremony space, In house catering, Tables chairs & linen provided, Great garden view from ballroom

Cons: Not a pretty building exterior

The Atrium

The Atrium

3. Cator Woolford Gardens:

Pros: Beautiful outdoor garden and ceremony area

Cons: Rent own tables chairs & linens, Hire own caterer, Reception hall is minimal and plain (not the couple’s style)

Cator Woolford Garden

Cator Woolford Garden

I came across this picture from the Cator Woolford Garden’s blog and just wanted to share it. I love the color, the sequence, and the energy in this series of photos.

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Which venue do you like the most? Cast your vote with a comment!

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2 Responses to Vote: Where to have an Atlanta wedding

  1. Christine says:

    I would say #3 is my first choice but it depends on timeline. Having all the extras makes planning alot easier so if they are getting married within 6 months, I would go with option #1. They all look very nice!

  2. Lettice says:

    What a joy to find somenoe else who thinks this way.

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