1. Options: If you like horses Chukkar Farms has a beautiful open air field for your ceremony or Mansell House, is a historic home with a wrap around porch for your cocktail hour. If neither of those fancy your interest don't worry there are so many more. If you or your fiancé are golf fanatics there's several country clubs that would give you the lush green hills in the backdrop for your ceremony. Atlanta National Golf Club has beautiful columns in the front which give it its southern charm. If you are seeking something very intimate and budget friendly why not get married at Alpharetta City Hall? Unlike any courthouse wedding venue there's an quaint Arboretum with fountains, italian goddess statues & tons of green grass for pictures.
2.Free Parking: 99.99% of the venues in Alpharetta not only have complimentary parking, but they have tons of parking spots. From Atlanta Marriott Alpharetta which has tons of open parking for its overnight guests & event attendees to The Metropolitan Club which can host up to 800 guests for a cocktail reception. Just think about the number of parking spaces they must have.
3. Where to Eat: There's always something going on in the City of Alpharetta boasting hundreds of restaurants that you guests will enjoy that also host weddings in their facilities. Ray's at Killer Creek hosts weddings of up to 60 guests in the Creek or Wine- Jordan Room. Atlantic Seafood boasts its gently lit private dining rooms of up to 40 guests to enjoy fish seafood flown in daily.
4. Entertainment: The newly opened Dave and Busters is a great spot for fun rehearsal dinners where your guests can let their hair down and unwind while getting to know each other. Need a place for the groomsmen to practice their swing? Take a trip to Top Golf with food|drink|play packages for any budget.
5. Southern Elegance: If you want your guests to feel the true essence of a southern wedding take them to Little River Farms at the intersection where country meets charm. Simply stunning is what many guests of The Devore House say once they walk up the steps of the former one-room schoolhouse with rich historic ties to the city of Alpharetta.