The Best Wedding Locations, Venues And Sites In Atlanta
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Atlanta is a city without boundaries and there are no boundaries on what or where you can have your wedding. The options are endless. From huge venues like the Georgia Dome to small intimate gardens and neighborhoods scattered around great Inman Park, Virginia Highlands, Grant Park, and Buckhead, you will find unique one-of-a-kind venues to suit any couples taste. There are also limitless options for caterers, reception venues, photographers, videographers, and entertainment. Many romantic locations back up to the Chattahoochee River. Many of the top wedding locations are sites for both the wedding reception and the wedding ceremony.
For those seeking a religious ceremony the Metropolitan Atlanta area has an ample supply of churches, temples, and chapels.Many of these locations also have reception services that can be established at the time that you book your main venue. On the north side of town there also limitless venue options throughout Sandy Springs Duluth, Gwinnett County , and up to Lake Lanier. In the last decade, Atlanta has added over 1.1 million additional residents. The boom in Atlanta has allowed for more and more options in wedding venues reception venues and support personnel for tying the knot. Winter weddings will see temperatures dropped down into the 30s and 40s in November, December, and January. During the higher months of the summer the temperatures can rise to an average high of a homeless 90° in June, July, and August. The outdoor temperature should be taken into consideration when planning an outdoor wedding. During the spring and fall outdoor weddings are very popular.
Atlanta's skyline is filled with beautiful high-rises that make a wonderful backdrop for a wedding the Bank of America Plaza, the Westin Peachtree Plaza, 191 Peachtree Tower, the SunTrust Plaza, the Georgia-Pacific Tower, and Peachtree Center all make for it dramatic backdrop. Out-of-town visitors will really enjoy Atlanta when they're not at the wedding with all the great tourist attractions some of the major tourist attractions include Martin Luther King Jr. historic site the Atlanta history Center including the Atlanta Cyclorama and Civil War Museum the Jimmy Carter presidential Center Rhodes Hall the Margaret Mitchell House and Museum, the Fox Theatre, the Woodruff arts Center, Fernbank Science Center, the Atlanta Opera, the Georgia aquarium, the world of Coca-Cola, underground Atlanta, the historic Atlantic Station, and Piedmont Park. A short drive away, you can get to the Battle of Peachtree Creek, the Atlanta botanical Gardens, Zoo Atlanta, Stone Mountain, and Six Flags over Georgia. Atlanta is home to no less than nine professional sports teams including the Atlanta Falcons, the Atlanta Braves, the Atlanta Hawks, the Atlanta Thrashers, the Roller Girls, the Silverbacks, the Georgia force, the Gwinnett gladiators and the Atlanta vision. If the groom is a huge sports fan many people like to have some portion of their wedding ritual at a sports venue. This could include a night out for the wedding party had a baseball game or basketball game.
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When trying to find wedding resources such as photographers and caterers in Atlanta, it is common to check with your friends and family to get references. If you cannot find a reference for an exceptional service provider, use our website. We are adding new Atlanta wedding venues and reception venues daily. We are also adding wedding planners, caterers, beverage services, photographers and much more. You can use our hot list feature to compile a list of resources that cover every detail of your wedding. North, South, East, or West, there's no place better than Atlanta for a wedding.