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Georgia Wedding Venues

Georgia wedding venues serve up a generous slice of classic southern hospitality to engaged couples and their guests. Acknowledged as the Peach State, the state is known for its production of peaches, pecans and peanuts. Georgia’s rich, old history shines through its variety of wedding venues, including historical buildings, plantations, museums, and country clubs.

Atlanta is the capital city of Georgia. Some of the best music artists got their start in Atlanta, with many of them still performing in the famous Fox Theater. The mix of history and modern attractions make Atlanta a popular destination for weddings in the Southeast. Here, couples can tie the knot in historic ballrooms, banquet halls, vintage barns, museums and country clubs. Whether you want city skyline views or a picturesque riverside setting, there's something for everyone in Atlanta.

Called the Hostess City, Savannah offers a warm welcome to couples and their guests on the big day. Savannah hosts one of the largest St. Patrick's day parades in the world and Georgia's largest music festival with performances of blues, jazz, classical and more. Lovers can see the town in a horse drawn carriage atop quaint cobblestone streets, and get married in one of its lush parks, waterfront venues, or in one of the historic district venues!

North Georgia includes the areas north of the Atlanta metro area, with the cities of Columbus and Athens being a few of the largest. Columbus has many museums and a historic district celebrating its long history. Ranked as one of the top cities for people of all ages, the Fountain City is known for fountains dating back to the early 20th century. Athens is known as the Classic City for preserving it's rich heritage in the forms of landmarks and homes. Couples can enjoy diverse and inexpensive food options and vibrant nightlife in North Georgia. These are just a few of the cities that make up the region, and throughout the area there are plenty of venues such as ranches, wineries, clubs and resorts.

South Georgia is where you can get a real taste of the Old South, with its peach blossoms, antebellum buildings, and charming cities. Historic forts, homes, and mills remind visitors of a rich bygone time. Including the cities of Macon, Columbus, Augusta, and Savannah, South Georgia is perfect for a couple looking for a quaint historic venue.

Wedding Venue Prices in Georgia

If you take advantage of Georgia’s many rustic venues—farms, barns, parks, and historic homes, you can easily find a venue with costs ranging between $3,000 and $8,000. Country clubs can usually be found in the next tier up, starting at around $5,000. Hotels in metropolitan areas, like Atlanta, are pricier options for wedding venues.

Make sure you consider sales tax when deciding on your wedding budget. Georgia sales tax is 4%, but increases depending on the municipality. This brings Atlanta to 8%, Savannah to 7%, and other cities in the state will vary, but none have sales tax higher than 8%. Also remember to add between 15% and 20% for gratuities and 9% to 20% for service fees.

Information and Resources for Weddings in Georgia

To obtain a marriage license, both parties will need to present a driver's license, passport or birth certificate. The fee is up to $67 depending on the county. The fee can be waived if the couple takes a 6-hour per-marital counseling course, which can be found through churches, synagogues, and various non-religious institutions.