16 Of Atlanta's Most Awe-Inspiring Wedding Venues

Celebrate your big day in the ATL at one these amazing spaces.
Lauren Dana Ellman - The Knot Contributor.
Lauren Dana Ellman
Lauren Dana Ellman - The Knot Contributor.
Lauren Dana Ellman
The Knot Contributor
  • Lauren is a contributor for The Knot covering topics such as music, cakes, venues and speeches.
  • She has been published in a wide array of lifetsyle-oriented publications including SELF and Allure.
  • Lauren is a proud graduate of Syracuse University's SI Newhouse School of Public Communication.
Updated Jan 25, 2024

Atlanta is home to dozens of beautiful wedding venues to suit every couple, regardless of budget, style or design preference. The iconic city is chock-full of natural beauty, a fascinating history, delicious food and, of course, plenty of Southern charm and hospitality. Ultimately, no matter which Atlanta wedding venue you choose, you (and your guests!) will be able to kick back, relax and enjoy the special day without sweating the small stuff. So, whether you prefer a laid-back outdoor wedding surrounded by close friends and family, or an opulent black-tie affair at a luxury hotel, you're sure to find a swoon-worthy wedding venue in Atlanta that's sure to match your style and meet (and exceed!) all of your needs. Read on for 14 of the best Atlanta wedding venues where you can say "I do" in style. Need even more options? Check out The Knot Vendor Marketplace to find a wedding venue near you.

The Roof at Ponce City Market in Atlanta, Georgia

Situated atop Atlanta's vibrant Ponce City Market, this dynamic wedding venue boasts panoramic skyline views. Here, couples can choose from several indoor and outdoor event spaces, including The Rooftop Terrace, The Roebuck Room and Skyline Park. The 10,000-square-foot Rooftop Terrace — which features a permanent tent (an added bonus in the event of rain or wind!) — is large enough to fit up to 250 guests. The twinkling string lights add to the romantic ambiance. Skyline Park is even more expansive with 23,000 square feet of outdoor space and can accommodate up to 550 people. The 9,000-square-foot, vintage-inspired RFD Social — which is designed to resemble a speakeasy — is located inside the tower and spans multiple levels.

Atlanta History Center in Atlanta, Georgia

The Atlanta History Center in Buckhead spans 33 acres. At this wedding venue in Atlanta, you can host weddings as small as 50 and as large as 750. Choose from several indoor and outdoor event venues, including the Grand Overlook Ballroom (which offers vaulted ceilings, wooden floors and striking chandeliers); the 110-person Cox Room (which features large windows and lounge-style seating); the historic Cyclorama space (which spans almost 18,000 square feet); Olguita's Garden and Museum Terraces (which is surrounded by beautiful blooms and fit up to 350 people combined); and the romantic Swan House Gardens (an outdoor space ideal for wedding ceremonies). Alternatively, host your wedding at the Atlanta History Center's Midtown campus inside the landmark Margaret Mitchell House that spans three floors.

The Piedmont Room & Piedmont Garden Tent in Atlanta, Georgia

Piedmont Park is one of Atlanta's most notable sights, and—spoiler alert!—it also makes a stunning wedding venue. The Piedmont Room was built back in 1928. Today, its natural beauty — which includes original granite walls — remains intact. Other notable features include high ceilings and sleek hardwood flooring. Alternatively, opt to host an outdoor wedding and rent The Piedmont Garden Tent, which can hold up to 250 guests. Romantic, elegant accents like ivory linens, gold chairs and votive candles are all included with the rental.

The Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, Georgia

From the awe-inspiring surroundings to the mouthwatering cuisine — helmed by none other than celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck — The Georgia Aquarium in downtown Atlanta is a dream wedding venue. Here, you can exchange your vows surrounded by all of your loved ones: and, of course, magnificent marine life. While the aquarium has four different ballrooms — Oceans, Atlantic, Pacific and Arctic, the latter of which offers private viewing of the aquarium's beluga whales — you also have the option to rent out the entire space for 5,000 of your closest family and friends.

Waldorf Astoria Atlanta Buckhead in Atlanta, Georgia

An intimate affair calls for a romantic wedding venue, such as The Waldorf Astoria Atlanta Buckhead. In addition to its central location — within easy walking distance of some of the city's best shopping, dining and entertainment options — the luxury hotel offers breathtaking scenery to make your special day incredibly dreamy. Host your outdoor wedding ceremony in the private garden before heading inside the sun-drenched, 130-person Astor Ballroom for your wedding reception. If you have an even smaller guest list, consider renting out the just-as-stunning Wisteria reception space, which can fit up to 80 people. Couples can choose from three different packages (Silver, Gold and Diamond) depending on budgetary needs.

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White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails in Atlanta, Georgia

Attention, foodies: White Oak Kitchen & Cocktails is calling your name. Whether you're exchanging vows in front of 10 or 200 guests, this wedding venue sure to delight food and drink enthusiasts. Choose from a range of unique, southern-inspired eats like shrimp, snapper and beignets — plus over 70 whiskies and bourbons. In terms of decor, the venue definitely lives up to its name: Expect rustic-inspired accents, including chandeliers made of sugar maple, mahogany-beamed ceilings designed to resemble the inside of a whiskey barrel, and a sleek white oak and marble bar. And, the outdoor garden terrace and large windows, which offer sweeping views of the city skyline, are sure to wow guests.

The Peachtree Club in Atlanta, Georgia

Host your special event at the Peachtree Club. Perched 28 stories above Atlanta, the swanky reception venue offers remarkable Piedmont Park and skyline views, thanks to its prime Midtown Atlanta location. The venue, which can hold anywhere from 20 to 200 guests, is best known for its 1,700-square-foot Skyline Terrace, a popular spot for outdoor wedding ceremonies thanks to its postcard-worthy backdrop. After you say "I do," opt to move inside the opulent Grand Ballroom, which is complete with crystal chandeliers, dazzling mirrors and ornate moldings.

Bold Monk Brewing Co in Atlanta, Georgia

This popular Atlanta brewpub serves up craft beers and wines paired with flavorful fare. Here, couples can choose from four distinct event spaces. With its sky-high ceilings, bench-style seating and plenty of natural light, the Salon can fit up to 150 guests. The Abbey, with its vintage-inspired decor (think: tufted furniture, ornate glasswork and exposed brick), accommodates up to 175 guests. Meanwhile, the tables in the Cask Room (which can hold up to 84 guests) are surrounded by oak barrels. There's also the Beer Cellar, with booth-style seating that can accommodate 84 people, as well as the Beer Garden — accented with twinkling lights, pillars and lush foliage — which can fit up to 150 guests. Bold Monk Brewing Co is wheelchair-accessible, according to its website.

Atlanta Botanical Garden in Atlanta, Georgia

Located in Midtown, the Atlanta Botanical Garden is one of the city's most picturesque wedding venues with its vast, colorful collection of plants and flowers like magnolias, maples, roses and hydrangeas. The 30-acre estate—which can accommodate up to 500 guests—offers eight event spaces to choose from, including a tranquil Japanese garden and a scenic indoor-outdoor terrace. While the venue offers in-house catering, couples can opt to bring in their food and drink, as well. What's more, the wedding venue's serene setting is sure to bring a smile to your (and your guests'!) faces.

Fernbank Museum of Natural History in Atlanta, Georgia

Gather your nearest and dearest for an epic celebration at the Fernbank Museum of Natural History. The 150-person Star Gallery projects star constellations straight onto the ceiling for an extra-cool touch. Meanwhile, the Fernbank Café, which can fit up to 200 guests, boasts large windows that offer pristine views of the surrounding woodlands. The outdoor terrace is surrounded by forest and can hold up to 200 people. There's also Stephensen Hall and Dinosaur Plaza—with its high ceilings, massive windows and grand columns—which can accommodate up to 350 guests. Last (but certainly not least!) is The Great Hall, where you and 600 of your friends and family can drink, dine and dance underneath ginormous dinosaur skeletons.

Factory Atlanta in Atlanta, Georgia

This industrial-chic Atlanta wedding venue, located about 15 miles north of downtown Atlanta in nearby Chamblee—is design-forward in every sense of the word. The main space, known as The Factory Floor, is large enough to accommodate over 300 guests. Its sleek, minimalist-inspired aesthetic features high ceilings, concrete floors and all-white walls that you can decorate to your liking (think: flowers, balloons, greenery or string lights). There's also the 2,400-square-foot Showroom—with its handcrafted glass garage doors — which is ideal for smaller affairs, wedding ceremonies and/or cocktail hours.

The Wimbish House in Atlanta, Georgia

Host your wedding reception at The Wimbish House, a historic 1906-era mansion located in the heart of Midtown Atlanta. The Atlanta wedding venue—which has been deemed a national, state and city landmark—has been restored to its former glory and offers charming touches like stone detailing and wooden flooring. The swanky space is also complete with antique crystal chandeliers, pianos and fireplaces. It can hold up to 250 people and has an attached ballroom. It's also worth noting that couples can bring in their own caterer and alcohol.

Ambient + Studio in Atlanta, Georgia

This Atlanta wedding venue combines historic charm with modern minimalism. Ambient + Studio was first built in 1910 as a fabric factory, and offers a blank-slate-style space that you can put your own stamp on with the vibe and decor of your choice. The venue can host events of up to 299 guests, and couples rave about the space's design and flexibility. Says one recent bride: "This venue is amazing. I can't say enough about its positive energy and its creative staff. We hosted our wedding there and the whole Ambient+ team did their best to make our special day spectacular. We had very particular ideas and every detail was given attention. If you can dream it, this venue can make it happen."

W Atlanta - Midtown in Atlanta, Georgia

Celebrate your wedding day in style at the luxe W Atlanta - Midtown. The upscale property offers 25 event rooms to choose from: clocking in at over 45,000 square feet total. The largest space, the appropriately named Great Room, holds up to 1,500 people. Meanwhile, the main ballroom, Altitude, which is located on the 27th floor of the hotel, offers 360-degree skyline views thanks to its floor-to-ceiling windows. You'll be blown away by the glimmering vistas, exciting dining options and sleek furnishings.

The Fox Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia

At The Fox Theatre in Midtown Atlanta, you and your future spouse are the star(s) of the show. This one-of-a-kind Atlanta wedding venue, which was constructed back in 1929, is an architectural wonder with beautiful stained glass, striking arches, mosaic tiles and glimmering chandeliers. Couples can rent out several rooms here, including The Egyptian Ballroom (a column-lined ballroom that can accommodate up to 600 guests); Grand Salon & Terrace (complete with stunning stained glass accents and can hold up to 200 people); Marquee Club (a 10,000-square-foot indoor-outdoor space that fits up to 350 people); and The Spanish Room (which spans 3,000 square feet and is especially great for cocktail hours).

The West Venue in Atlanta, Georgia

Located in West Midtown, this Atlanta wedding venue is perfect for the creative couple who wants a unique event space. The 5,000 square foot Ballroom Hall at The West Venue features 20-foot ceilings, a 10-foot tall chandelier and color-changing twinkly lights, white draping plus it can accommodate up to 250 guests for a seated dinner. There's even a state-of-the-art projection mapping system to project your monogram or logo throughout the space.

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