Ceremony Locations:

Garden Gazebo

Antebellum Shade Garden

English Tea Garden

Century Old Magnolia Tree

North and South Lawns

Ajax Hall

White Canopy on the outdoor patio lit with chandeliers and fulle lined

We asked that our brides and grooms walk the estate to select their perfect ceremony setting

Reception Locations:

Ajax Hall

White Canopy and Ajax Hall  

Outdoor Patio 45'X50' artisticly constructed

North and South Lawns 

Frame White Canopy and the Magnificent Magnolia Tree

The garden areas

Our Preferred Caterers:

Epic Catering

Affairs to Remember

Bold American

Jerry Dilts

  Our preferred caterers are recognized by “The Knot” as premiere caterers of Atlanta. With years of expertise they will design the perfect menu to reflect your palate and budget. They also will handle the myriad of details, so you can relax, make the decisions and thoroughly enjoy your wedding day.

The Benefits:

No Ceremony fees

No charge for wedding rehearsal

200 white wooden padded chairs for the ceremony at no additional charge.

You are able to bring in your own alcohol. A financial savings to you!

We only have one wedding a day. On your most important day, we never want you to feel rushed.

A large beautifully decorated bridal suite

400 complimentary parking spaces

The entire estate is well manicured with first class décor and antiques

Tables and Chiavari chairs with brocade cushions to be used in the Ajax Hall at no charge to you.

All tables and chairs in our inventory are available for use at no additional charge. 

30' by 50' white canopy at no charge to you.

AV Equipment no charge to you.

Estate Manager will monitor your event for your' guests  comfort and safety.

The Caterer will set up and break down the ceremony site, cocktail party, dinner and dancing. This means you and your guests can relax anenjoy you special day. 

You and your guests will experience a majestic, historic estate with all of the modern day conveniences and comforts. Where dreams really do come true!

 

 

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