(Closed) Venues With A Garden?

posted 8 years ago in Atlanta
Post # 3
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Blushing bee

Hi!  We are getting married at the St. Regis.  It is pricey, but we are doing it on Friday night to save costs.  If you’re curious about the prices, PM me, and I can give you the info that I know.  The pp cost is pretty high, but there is no venue fee (I personally was pretty taken aback by some of the crazy venue fees at places like the botanical gardens), so that helps.  Plus the pp cost includes cake and open bar, so there isn’t a separate bar bill.  Below is a photo of where our ceremony will be. 

Another place to consider is Canoe.  It is a beautiful setting and the food is great.  I thought we were a little on the large side for them (around 150), but if you are in the 100-140 range, it might be perfect for you.  The prices are good, but the downside is that there is no rain backup plan.  Well, there is, but it is for the guests to sit at their tables while you get married under the tent.  That being said, this is a great, cost effective option.  http://www.canoeatl.com/wedding-gallery/#1

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Post # 4
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Blushing bee

also – have you looked into the dock at piedmont park? 

Post # 7
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Newbee
  • Wedding: March 2010

@YSQueen:

I love weddings with ethnic food. 🙂

Dunaway Gardens’ website said they allowed outside caterer. Have you look into it?

http://www.dunawaygardens.com

Joyce

 

 

Post # 9
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Newbee
  • Wedding: March 2010

@YSQueen:

Trolley Barn is right inside the city and they allow outside caterers.

I had my own wedding a few steps away from the Trolley Barn at Inman Park United Methodist Church. This is a very unique neighborhood in Atlanta and personally, I love it (I guess I am bias!). HAHAHA.

Joyce

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