Atlanta Wedding Venues for LGBTQ+ Couples

The venue you choose for your wedding is one of the most important aspects of your day. I’ve put together this list of Atlanta wedding venues for LGBTQ+ couples. I’ve personally thoroughly vetted each of these Atlanta wedding venues to make sure they are accepting of the LGBTQ+ community, so you don’t have to worry about a thing!

Oakland Cemetery

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Capacity: 150 Guests

Location: Atlanta, Georgia

Features: You can choose from a variety of ceremony options including The Oakland Bell Tower, North Public Grounds, Women’s Comfort Station, Henson-Parris Mausoleum, Richards Mausoleum, or Marsh Mausoleum

LGBTQ+ Policies:
Welcoming to LGBTQ+ couples and guests

Callanwolde Fine Arts Center

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Capacity: 200 Guests

Location: Atlanta, Georgia

Features: Tutor-style community arts center featuring beautiful gardens, a great hall with grand staircase, and indoor/outdoor

LGBTQ+ Policies:
Callanwolde works hard to maintain a safe environment for LGBTQ+ couples, including call-outs in their non-discrimination policy:
The Callanwolde Foundation, Inc., does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender expression, age, national origin, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.

And their core values:
Callanwolde encourages originality, flexibility, equity, diversity, inclusion, and seeing the world with new vision. Callanwolde is a safe, supportive environment for learning and growth. We encourage respect, empathy, honoring differences, and actively listening to others.

Wild Heaven Brewing – West End

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Capacity: 300 Guests

Location: Atlanta, Georgia

Features: Wild Heaven West End includes 21,600 square feet of space featuring two private events venues, a garden and patio area, brewery, public taproom, and restaurant

LGBTQ+ Policies:
Wild Heaven has hosted many LGBTQ+ weddings and events over the years. In addition to weddings, they host a variety of events and fundraisers benefiting the LGBTQ+ community in collaboration with local organizations. They’re even home to Finca To Filter, a queer and female owned coffee shop.


Two men kissing at an Atlanta wedding venue after getting married. The left man is in a navy blue suit and the right man is in a gray suit.

As the final option, I always suggest looking into doing a smaller wedding in your backyard or rent a fun VRBO. VRBO, unlike Airbnb, does allow events to be held on their properties. So instead of dealing with a venue, rent out a sick house where you and your favorite guests can turn your celebration into an entire weekend, without worrying about whether the staff will be supportive of your relationship.

There are many other Atlanta wedding venues that are inclusive for the LGBTQ+ community, and I’m happy to help you find them. Feel free to submit an inquiry, and we can make sure you find the perfect Atlanta wedding venue for you.

Are you an LGBTQ+ affirming wedding venue that would like to be on this list? Send me an email with a description of your LGBTQ+ policies for consideration.

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