The Georgian Terrace ~ Preferred Wedding Planner

In adding to our favorite venues we are totally excited to announce that The Georgian Terrace has added SAS Weddings as a Preferred Planner to service their wedding couples. We personally love The Georgian Terrace so much and we love working there too.

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The Georgian Terrace has played host to some of the city’s most glamorous events since its opening in 1911. Once you explore what sets us apart, including three stunning ballrooms and world-class dining, you’ll understand why generations of Atlantans have made The Georgian Terrace the trusted backdrop for their most cherished celebrations. Whether you’re planning a wedding, bridal or baby shower, birthday or anniversary celebration, bar/bat mitzvah, or retirement party, our signature brand of southern charm, combined with modern amenities and stellar service, will delight your guests.

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The Georgian Terrace works directly with us to meticulously plan every wedding as if it were their own and take pride in every reception that they host. The goal is to be more than a wedding venue, but instead play a personal role in creating a memory that will last a lifetime.

The History Of This Beautiful Space

Inspired by the architecture of Paris, The Georgian Terrace was built in the Beaux-Arts style on the historic Peachtree Street. The original 10-story building of The Georgian Terrace was built to accommodate the flourishing cultural and entertainment district that at the time was easily accessible via Atlanta’s trolley lines. The interiors of The Georgian Terrace are adorned with classical touches, including luminous chandeliers, floor-to-ceiling windows, and terra cotta decorations, while a charming wrap-around terrace surrounds the hotel.

On October 2, 1911, The Georgian Terrace celebrated its grand opening night with thousands of guests while a costumed Spanish orchestra performed in the Grand Ballroom. The festive opening and its luxury lodging sparked the interest of luminous characters who have stayed at the hotel, including Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, Tallulah Bankhead, Calvin Coolidge, John J. Pershing, and F. Scott Fitzgerald.

In 1939, The Georgian Terrace hosted the premiere gala of Gone with The Wind. With every decade, the hotel gained more notoriety. Today, The Georgian Terrace remains a choice hotel for guests expecting unparalleled service and opulent accommodations.

In 1986, The Georgian Terrace was added to the United States’ National Register of Historic Places.

The Georgian Terrace, a member of Historic Hotels Worldwide since 2012, dates back to 1911.

 

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Contact SAS today to schedule a personal tour to explore this beautiful space and if you are already a Georgian Terrance client we can’t wait to help you plan your very special day.

Ensure your Wedding Day is Seamless with SAS by your side. SAS Weddings takes the stress out by providing you Specialized and Sophisticated Wedding Planning to help guide you through this planning journey. Dedicated Personal Consultations, Budget Development, Vendor Meetings, Contract Negotiations, and Professional Wedding Day Management all ensure your Wedding Day is stress free and flawless.

SAS WeddingsLove Always,

SAS Weddings

 

 

 

 

Thank you Matt Yung Photography for capturing these incredible images of The Georgian Terrace.

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