At our North Georgia wedding venue, we love all things unique + beautiful! We cannot get enough of creative + elegant wedding details that capture the unique personalities of the bride and groom. That’s why The Corner District has two event spaces, our parlor + warehouse, that serve as blank canvases so that couples can bring their wedding vision to life with the help of their Georgia wedding vendors.
Photography: Sara Bush
Our Charming Vintage Parlor
One of the bonuses of booking your wedding at The Corner District is the obvious charm + character of our vintage parlor! Our parlor is 100+ years old with a charming speakeasy feel! Between the two-story ceilings and original wood floors, the parlor is transformed into a magical space with any decor. Our crystal chandeliers and floor-to-ceiling draping set the mood for a romantic, upscale reception at our Atlanta venue.
Brides love The Corner District’s parlor because of how easy it is to make it your own! A tip we share for making your event unique would be to add your small touches to our wide assortment of vintage lounge furniture, antique mantle, buffets + original wood bar area. These pieces offer exceptional spaces for you to fulfill your vision. Some of our favorite examples include hydration stations + food stations or gift tables.
Photography: Kelly Anne Photography
Since we have so many unique pieces included in our venue rental, there’s no need to rent props or furniture! Furthermore, we provide floor length ivory linens that match the pads on our mahogany Chevalier chairs. This is just another special touch that brides love + sets The Corner District apart from other venues.
Photography: Blume PhotographyPhotography: Ruzin Cunningham
Brides especially love the parlor because it’s a space brimming with personality. Elegant crystal chandeliers and draping make this a more formal area for your cocktail hour, reception dining and dancing. From the beautiful interior to the small town charm of Main Street just outside the doors, every occasion is unique!
Photography: Katey Penton PhotographyPhotography: Carrie Reagan Photography