Located in Springville, AL, The Woodall Building is a historic wedding venue with a narrative dating back to the Victorian Era. An all-purpose establishment, this beautiful building features atmospheric elements that have been preserved in its architecture. Here, you will find a comfortable place to host small and intimate events. The Woodall Building began its life as a wagon and buggy assembly plant. It was first built in 1880 by Aaron Woodall, and it now stands as the oldest remaining commercial building in Springville. It is also thought to be the oldest brick building in Saint Clair County. Adding to its historic charm, there are handmade bricks and a roof made from imported English Steel present in the building's design. The Woodall Building is now owned by a new generation. The building has been renovated with careful attention paid to its Victorian Era details. The rooms in the establishment are designed to suit the needs of wedding couples as they prepare for their big day. On the top floor, an elegant ceremony can be held. Here, you will have free reign over a blank canvas of white-brick walls, ready for your input and design. Illuminated by 12-foot windows, this space is bathed in an ethereal glow. Downstairs, there is a reception room that is dressed with sophisticated draping and sparkling chandeliers. Outside, the courtyard offers a pleasant place to enjoy some fresh air and dance the night away. Packaged together, The Woodall Building delivers a beautiful wedding celebration in a memorable and photo-ready location.