Say "I Do" in our favorite wedding venues in Atlanta!
Are you planning your dream wedding in Atlanta? Our city is home to some amazing wedding venues, from lush outdoor spaces to historic homes, museums, and chic modern spots.
In this post, you’ll discover 11 of our favorite Atlanta wedding venues and what makes each of them so special. Our team at Avalon Catering works with these venues time and time again to create unforgettable weddings with a beautiful backdrop and delicious farm-to-table menus. (All of the images featured in this blog are weddings we catered!)
Whether you’re dreaming of a decked-out grand ballroom, a rustic family-style celebration, or an intimate garden party – with these Atlanta wedding venue ideas, you’ll be one step closer to finding the perfect spot to say “I do!”
Featured image (above) by The Reason @thereasonilove at the Chattahoochee Nature Center @chattahoocheenaturecenter.
Factory Atlanta is a Chamblee wedding venue with a hip, industrial vibe. With multiple event spaces and minimal decor, this is the perfect “blank slate” for couples who want to make their big day uniquely their own.
“The Factory Floor” provides open space to let your creativity run wild – with 5,600 square feet, concrete floors, and 18-foot-tall ceilings. Additionally, “The Showroom” is a 2,400 square-foot space for parties of 100 or less. The Showroom can still pack a punch – and can even fit a truck or car inside!
*Image credits: Yellow Bird Visuals @yellowbirdvisuals, Samara Floral @samarafloral, Smooth as Butter Weddings @smoothasbutterweddings
The Westside Warehouse
Located in Atlanta’s bustling West Midtown neighborhood, The Westside Warehouse offers 6,400 square feet of rustic industrial event space – plus 5,000+ square feet of outdoor and covered patio spaces.
Impress guests with soaring cathedral ceilings, exposed iron beams, and epoxy concrete floors. Handcrafted details like antique French doors add a warm, inviting touch to this industrial space.
The Wimbish House
Host your wedding at a charming Victorian-era venue! The Wimbish House in Midtown Atlanta is a wedding destination that’s sure to spark conversations and memories.
Completed in 1906, The Wimbish House was designed by renowned Atlanta architect W.T. Downing as a residence for attorney William A. Wimbish and his family.
Today, this landmark home has been lovingly restored and regularly hosts weddings and special events. With a 2,000 square-foot ballroom, this elegant space is perfect for your fairytale big day.
The Inn at Serenbe
Located around 40 minutes west of Atlanta, Serenbe is a scenic, sustainability-focused community on over 1,000 acres in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia.
The Inn at Serenbe makes a picturesque setting for a rustic wedding with farmhouse-inspired touches. Breathtaking rolling countryside combined with impeccable amenities and service make Serenbe a standout wedding option.
Choose from six stunning wedding location options on the Inn’s grounds, from ceremonies in open air spaces to receptions in the Lake Pavilion with inspiring outdoor backdrops. The Inn itself offers 27 guest rooms and 23 community homes to ensure out-of-towners can lodge in style.
Callanwolde Fine Arts Center
In the Druid Hills neighborhood, Callanwolde Fine Arts Center is a historic estate, a nonprofit arts organization, and a unique Atlanta wedding venue – all in one!
Located on twelve acres, Callanwolde is a stunning 27,000-square-foot mansion nestled among towering trees and beautiful gardens. The Callanwolde team describes their venue as “old world craftsmanship at its best – walnut floors and paneling, 12-foot ceilings, and a grand staircase, framed by a solid limestone archway that spills out into the great hall.”
Built between 1917 and 1921, Callanwolde was home to the family of Charles Howard Candler until 1959. Known as Howard, he was the oldest son of the pharmacist Asa Griggs Candler, who purchased the rights to the Coca-Cola formula in 1891. Cheers to a beautiful wedding at this unique destination!
*Image credits: Kelley Raye @kelleyrayephoto, Rebecca Niccole Weddings @rebeccaniccoleweddings, Candler Park Flowers @candlerparkflowers
Historic DeKalb Courthouse
In the heart of Decatur, the Historic DeKalb County Courthouse is a distinctive spot to host your Atlanta wedding. With terrazzo marble walls and large arched windows, this venue adds historical charm to your special day.
Operated by the DeKalb History Center, the main event space is the Courtroom, with 2,600 square feet of space. Additionally, the Harrison Room features hardwood floors and plenty of sunlight, and a Lobby functions as a cocktail hour or check-in area.
Michael C. Carlos Museum at Emory University
The Carlos Museum at Emory University is filled with reminders of how love has endured throughout generations of human history. Choose this spot to add a memorable, art and history-infused touch to your Atlanta wedding.
Designed by noted architect Michael Graves, this museum is home to permanent collections with ancient artifacts from around the world as well as special exhibitions, innovative art and culture programs, and more.
At the Carlos, Ackerman Hall offers floor-to ceiling windows, chandelier lighting, and views of Emory’s Quadrangle. You can also add the Museum Galleries to your rental for a unique wedding activity that will get guests mingling and connecting!
More Atlanta Wedding Venues We Love
- Historic Oakland Cemetery in Grant Park
- Miller Ward Alumni House at Emory University near Decatur
- Chattahoochee Nature Center in Roswell
- Kimball Hall in Roswell
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