Best Atlanta Garden Wedding Venue


Southern brides are swept away by the historic Little Gardens estate. Antebellum charm take on a contemporary twist at this stunning wedding venue in Atlanta. Any bride who choses Little Gardens will be surrounded by serenity and elegance on her big day. Here are some reasons why.

  1. The Garden

    Unlike most garden venues, Little Gardens is in bloom year-around. Not only are the flowers gorgeously blooming, the graceful waterfall and Koi pond are always babbling as well, emitting peaceful ambiance to accompany the bride down the aisle.    

  2. The Ballroom

    The elegant ballroom provides ample space for a cocktail hour or a reception. A fireplace sits elegantly within the ballroom, emitting warmth and comfort during the colder months.The wall of glass French doors leads to the secluded garden. This provides fluidity, allowing for a spacious indoor-outdoor reception.

  3. The Bridal Suite

    The large Bridal Suite resides upstairs in the home. With over-stuffed sofas, a floor-to-ceiling mirror and fireplace, the bride will be welcomed into a luxurious sanctuary. An additional changing room and restroom are also connected to the suite, providing the bridal party with space and comfortability.

  4. Picture Perfect

    With the perpetually blooming garden, the unique waterfall and the stunning Koi pond, this venue provides endless opportunities for you and your guests to take photos. If you take a look at our photo gallery, anyone can see how special Little Gardens really is.

  5. Our Critics think we are pretty great too

    Just as many of our other Atlanta wedding venues, Little Gardens has been mentioned as an outstanding Southern wedding venue in The Knot, Atlanta Weddings, Occasions, Southern Bride, and Flutter Magazine’s “Weddings”.

This Lawrenceville, Georgia Wedding Venue has many features that attribute to its elegance and exclusivity. The antebellum home, luscious gardens, and cascading waterfall offer the southern bride endless opportunities to express her individuality.

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