Luxury Travel

Georgia’s Epic Wedding Venues

Pine Knoll Farms, Appling

Located a short drive from Augusta, Georgia, Pine Knoll Farms is a secluded beauty with elegant barns, an open chapel, and farm animals peacefully grazing on grassy, rolling hills. Brides can plan their dream day that is both quaint and sophisticated.

Pebble Hill Plantation, Thomasville

The lush and beautiful grounds at Pebble Hill Plantation create a memorable backdrop for every couple and their guests. Pebble Hill Planation’s days as an old hunting estate give it the true Southern elegance that so many brides look for.

Twelve Oaks, Covington

The home that inspired Twelve Oaks in the movie Gone With the Wind is one the best wedding venues in Georgia. Built in 1836, Twelve Oaks is on the National Register of Historic Places and is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful examples of antebellum architecture in the south. 

Barnsley Resort, Adairsville

The resort's namesake, Godfrey Barnsley, married his beloved Julia nearly 200 years ago on Christmas Eve and began Barnsley Resort’s long tradition with fairy-tale romance. Barnsley Resort provides style and passion to every wedding and there is no more romantic location for your nuptials than the Barnsley Resort ruins and gardens.

Tate House, Tate

The Tate House is listed as the Pink Palace in the National Register of Historic Places, making it the perfect destination for a Georgia historic home wedding.

The King and Prince, St. Simons Island

The King and Prince Resort provides a breathtaking oceanfront backdrop for magical, memorable wedding festivities. The Resort's venue spaces (hosting intimate gatherings of 20 to large receptions of 300 people), culinary creations, exceptional amenities, and attentive staff ensure the success of your special day. This tranquil island haven on Georgia's coast is a picturesque setting for destination weddings and boasts many activities for you and your attendees. Golf outings at our King and Prince Golf Course, massages at our Royal Treatment Cottage and leisurely strolls in the streets of the charming village and pier - there is something for all to enjoy.

The Trolley Barn, Atlanta 

The Trolley Barn’s lovely brick patio surrounded by lush gardens and graceful granite steps is a perfect place to hold your wedding. The inside of The Trolley Barn with its 30-foot ceiling spanned by the original 1889 beams is an architectural gem. The mesquite wood floor is excellent for dancing and the facility can be dressed up for a couple’s special day or left as is displaying its timeless beauty.\


Juliette Chapel, Dahlonega

?If you love the great outdoors, you'll appreciate Juliette Chapel’s rustic, yet elegant facilities that celebrate simplicity and the beauty of nature all around. Located in beautiful Dahlonega, GA the Juliette Chapel is a unique and intimate wedding venue.

The Ford Plantation in Richmond Hill, GA

Yes, that Ford. Henry Ford built the main house in 1936 and it sits as the centerpiece of The Ford Plantation today. Cloaked in centuries old Live Oaks and spread across 1,800 acres of Georgia Lowcountry, The Ford Plantation is one of the nation's premier wedding venues. The plantation provides the perfect setting for your destination wedding, as well as an opportunity to enjoy your special day in rare privacy and beauty.

Twin Oaks Farm, Hawkinsville

Twin Oaks Farm is a historic 100-acre farm with a pre-Civil War log cabin, three red barns, a guesthouse (formerly the 1900's Blue Springs Militia District Courthouse), and circa 1910 plantation farm house with sweeping verandas on three sides, overlooking the peaceful fish pond with a lighted dock and gazebo.

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