Our favorite historic venues for your wedding ceremony and reception.

The Georgian Terrace, Atlanta, GA

Designed by New York architect William Stoddard in the Beaux Arts style as a Southern interpretation of a Parisian Hotel, the Georgian Terrace Hotel opened in 1911. The hotel is on the corner of Peachtree Street and Ponce de Leon Avenue, sharing the intersection with the famed Fox Theatre built in 1927—one of the largest movie theatres built at the time. The hotel has hosted many celebrated events over the years including the 1939 premiere gala of Gone With the Wind, a 1975 concert by Bruce Springsteen and dance lessons by the legendary Arthur Murray were once held in the Grand Ballroom.

The Georgian Terrace Hotel was originally built with two ballrooms, the Grand Ballroom and the Piedmont Ballroom. During the hotel's recent renovation the Mitchell ballroom was added to accommodate smaller gatherings including wedding ceremonies.

Visit thegeorgianterrace.com to learn more about their wedding packages.

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