1. Common House No. 3 - Chattanooga, TN
A building with a rich history, Common House No. 3 was formerly a YMCA in 1929 as a place for working men to stay on their travels through Chattanooga. It doubled as an event hall to host sock hops and community events, but over time it was eventually shut down and neglected. In May 2021 it opened its doors again as the luxurious Common House No. 3. The marvelous details that had deteriorated over years of neglect were brought back to life with careful planning and an eye for artistry. Every corner and nook has been beautifully curated and honored as an art piece, making it one of the most poetic venues in Chattanooga with timeless design and attention to detail.
2. The Woodlands - Howe Farms - Chattanooga, TN
Howe Farms is known for their portfolio of venues on their vast property and their newest location is The Woodlands. A Tuscan Inspired Italian Villa with a walk through garden and an incredible asymmetrical spiral staircase is the perfect combination of old fashioned Italy and modern clean lines. Talk about being transported to another time and place - this is the perfect setting for a European style wedding.
3. Grandview - Lookout Mountain, GA
Located on Chattanooga's famous mountain, Grandview not only lives up to it's name, but in style. It's English style tudor house is charming and elegant with views over the valley that will knock your socks off. Guests will be in awe of the stunning setting. You are also given access to take photos at Chattanooga's popular attraction Rock City, giving you truly the best mountain views the city has to offer as a backdrop for your stunning bridal party.
4. Tennessee Riverplace - Chattanooga, TN
Tennessee Riverplace is located on rolling hills and positioned right next to the Tennessee River. What makes it so unique is its beautiful sweeping arches encircling the building making it reminiscent of an Italian villa. This unique venue has both indoor and outdoor capabilities and a large tent to the side for outdoor receptions.
5. The Church on Main - Chattanooga, TN
The Church on Main was repurposed from a vacant building into a venue in 2012 and it has been a landmark in the revitalization and growth of Chattanooga's Southside area. It's European vibes come through in the timeless architecture including a stunning wooden staircase, a beautiful arched portico, stained glass details and a large ballroom for hosting. It is located in the heart of Chattanooga within walking distance to the Chattanooga Choo Choo.
6. Fillauer Lake House - Cleveland, TN
As stated on their website, "The historic house was built in 1888, and was first called the Tipton House before its purchase by the Fillauer family in the 1920s. It was known as the Tipton-Fillauer House for many years. In the 1920s through the 1940s, the house and lake were known as “the place to be” in the social circles of Cleveland." This house not only has a rich history but it continues to be a serene setting with antiquated and charming details that step you back in time. A stone bridge, beautiful barn and lush gardens create a perfect English garden theme for your wedding day.
7. Castleton Farms - Loudon, TN
Castleton Farms is truly a special place with incredible spaces that feel purely luxurious. This estate is a magical setting for your wedding day - with loads of options of ceremony sites and reception spaces - you really get the best of both worlds of a Southern wedding with rich details and stunning architecture. Their manor alone is entirely stunning and is the perfect backdrop for portraits and alllll the romance.
8. The Homestead Venue at Candlelight Forest - Chattanooga, TN
Described as an Italianate estate home, The Homestead Venue brings the countryside of Italy to Tennessee's rolling hills. An amish barn positioned to the side of the homestead, this is the perfect Southern meets Europe experience. The natural setting creates a relaxed ambiance for your guests and the beautiful details of the homestead elevate your wedding day to a truly special experience.
9. The Read House Hotel - Chattanooga, TN
With 150 Years of historical significance in Chattanooga, The Read House has longstanding been a place of luxurious comfort for visitors since the jazz era. With checkered floors, ornate chandeliers, soaring ceilings and beautiful ballrooms, if you want a vintage hotel vibe - you have found it. This kind of building is no longer built - only preserved. As a wedding setting it is luxurious and formal - truly an occasion to treat your guests to.
10. Patten Chapel - Chattanooga, TN
I couldn't end a European venue tour of Chattanooga without one of the most beautiful chapels (more like a mini cathedral) in the city. Positioned on the campus of University of Tennessee Chattanooga, this building is legendarily booked during a freshman's first year for good luck in finding a spouse by the time they graduate! All jokes aside - this is an unreal location for a wedding and will bring your Sound of Music wedding dreams to life. It has a charming and grand exterior as well as portico details and a garden surrounding the chapel.
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