Your North Georgia Mountain Wedding Awaits!
Enjoy your mountain wedding in Rabun County Georgia! Beautiful scenery is the canvas at any of our Georgia Mountain Wedding Venues. The background could be waterfalls, mountain ranges, mountain lakes, vineyards, old barns, farm land, traditional churches and lovely chapels in the woods. Every season offers a special wedding setting. And there’s plenty for the whole family to enjoy so why not stay a while and explore all the possibilities of a North Georgia Mountain Wedding!
Your Georgia mountain wedding will be a truly special event. Awedding planner can can take care of the details so you can focus on your special day. Enjoy yourself while they take the worry and work out of planning your wedding. You can also find special wedding accommodations for your guests in Georgia mountains. The area is already a beautiful backdrop to your ceremony, use the link to find the perfect place for your wedding party.
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Who couldn’t be warmed by the excange of vows in front of a wood burning fireplace in winter, particularly if we are also enjoying snow. the colorful flora and fauna in springtime almost makes purchased flowers unecessary; the warm days and cool nights of summer allow wedding guests to enjoy the lush forests and refreshing lakes and rivers. In fall, Mother Nature personally takes a paintbrush to our beautiful mountains and dresses the forests up in hues of orange, red, and gold. Rabun County takes pride in the professional resources available to turn-key a wedding. Explore the many possibilities for a very personal, memorable wedding day in Rabun County. Need some great ideas on how to select a wedding venue? Read our Blog The Perfect Place: Searching for the Dream Wedding Venue
Georgia mountain wedding venue destinations include the lush natural beauty of Chota Falls, the golf course, spa and grounds of Kingwood and the mountain backdrop of Dillard House and McGaffey Retreat Center. More intimate weddings are held in the gardens of Beechwood, Glen Ella Springs and Lake Rabun Hotel, the banquet space of the in-town Old Clayton Inn and the 75 acre mountain top of Splendor Mt.