3218 Roscoe Road
Newnan, Georgia 30263
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Average Base Cost: $24,000
Our average base cost for a Dunaway Gardens wedding is calculated by figuring a 125-person guest list for a Saturday ceremony/reception using a food/beverage cost of $125/pp. Entertainment, flowers, furniture, additional decorations and rentals, transportation, and photography are NOT included. Price is rounded up to the nearest thousand. Gratuity and sales tax is included.
*Prices subject to change
How it breaks down:
Facility Rental Fee: Their base venue rental fees break down as follows:
- Sundays or Fridays: $2,900
- Monday-Thursday: $1,900
The venue also offers a Wedding Package which would include your choice of wedding/event sites, climate-ready tents as well as tables, classic white linens, chairs, and golf carts. Pricing for these packages would start at $6,000 and up.
Extras: Tables, chairs, linens, food/beverage, alcohol, tents, and golf carts are all a la carte if you go with the base pricing, so be sure to get these upfront before booking.
What’s Included: The base venue rental fee includes:
- 10 Hours Rental Time
- 2 Hours Rehearsal Time
- 2 Hours of Engagement Photo-shoot Time
Food and Beverage: Outside caterers are allowed
Other Vendors: Outside vendors are allowed
Space Type: Outside (with tenting options)
Size: Up to 300 guests
Bridal Suite: Yes, a bridal suite is available to use
How Will Grandma Get There? There are a couple hotel options within 15 minutes from Dunaway Gardens, including the TownePlace Suites by Marriott. Downtown Atlanta and the Atlanta airport are about 50 minutes from the venue.
Party On! A County ordinance requires amplified sound to shut off at 11:00 p.m.
Opened in 1934 as a “theatrical training ground for stage performances,” the rock and floral garden was even home for awhile to actress Minnie Pearl. The 25-acre property was purchased in 2000 by it’s current owner, Jennifer Bigham, as an event space for weddings as well as being open to visitors.
Woman Getting Married Says:
There are so many gorgeous outdoor ceremony sites at this venue, including the Amphitheater, Arrowhead Pools, Hanging Gardens, and the ancient Wedding Tree to name a few. I also love that you can bring in your own vendors, including caterers. However, keep in mind this is mostly an outdoor wedding venue, which means you’ll need a tent for your reception. I do prefer this location for local brides vs. destination weddings where a lot of guests have to travel in from out of town, since they would most likely want to stay in Atlanta. Overall though the venue is such a pretty location that Atlanta brides looking for an outdoor garden venue should definitely put it on their list!
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