These images represent some of our favorite galleries of our Atlanta History Center wedding photos. The Atlanta History Center and Swan House is one of the most amazing places to get married in Atlanta and the two properties offer the best in classical and contemporary architecture. The Swan House wedding photos below are some of our absolute favorites and most of our clients do choose to do an advance bridal portrait shoot at the Swan House to take advantage of its many shooting locations and to be able to photograph on the great lawn with no chairs, etc. The grand overlook ballroom gets lots of daylight and its gently curved ceiling make for almost limitless decor possibilities. And its a small detail, but a nice wooden floor makes the acoustics just great.
To read some reviews and to learn more about an Atlanta History Center wedding’s cost (fees can vary depending on the season and whether you have your celebrations on a Friday, Saturday or Sunday), inquire early to see if your date is available. They tend to book out 12-18 months in advance for key dates.
The Swan House
The Grand Overlook Ballroom and MacElreath Hall
The Grand Overlook is the main indoor ballroom and overlooks the beautiful wooded garden in between the Swan House and the History Center main building. MacElreath Hall provides options for indoor ceremonies as well as bridal preparations especially for larger bridal parties.