Thursday, January 21, 2016

Historic Wedding Venues in Atlanta


by the Atlanta Wedding Photographers at www.AtlantaArtisticWeddings.com

Love Atlanta's Historic Wedding Facilities


I want to take a little time and share one of my favorite wedding venues in Atlanta.   The Payne Corely House that is north of Atlanta in Duluth.  The owners Krista and Micheal Ganley know how to treat people right.  They have been doing weddings for years. They have a passion for superior hospitality service and quality for each event they host.

I have been working in historic preservation for over 20years and as you may know I have a passion for historic wedding facilities.   A historic venue has so much personality and history.  The Payne Corely House is no exception.  It was built between 1870 and 1873 by David Little.  It has a wonderful ballroom for dancing and it also retains many of the original historic details.   It has a couple of out buildings such as neat cottage which is a great place for the groomsmen to get ready.  It is also located near some railroad tracts that make for a great opportunity for photos.  If you are looking for a historic wedding venue please take the time and visit the Payne Corely House and tell them Atlanta Artistic Weddings sent ya!

Thanks so much for visiting.  I would love to hear from you please visit Atlanta Artistic Weddings and go to the contact page and drop me a line!

Thanks again!
David

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