Gwinnett Wedding Venue Tour (Part 1)

Hi everyone!  I'm too excited about today's blog post.  I was recently invited to tour some of Gwinnett County's best wedding venues.  The tour was exclusive to event planners and sponsored by the

Gwinnett County Convention and Visitors Bureau

.  We toured a total of 7 venues, and I have great pictures and information to share with you below.

Hudgens Center for the Arts

Located on Sugarloaf Parkway, this venue is truly a hidden gem.  There is an outdoor and  indoor space for wedding ceremonies and receptions. My favorite part of the venue is the beautiful sculpture garden.

Payne-Corley House

The Payne Corley House was simply breathtaking.  It's definitely for the bride who craves elegance in an  intimate setting.  In addition to ceremony and reception space, Park Cafe restaurant is onsite and can be rented for smaller ceremonies or bridal showers and rehearsal dinners.  

550 Trackside

The next venue, 550 Trackside, is a historic building that has been fully restored and now serves as a rental venue.  It's filled with lots of intricate details and designs imported from various cities around the world.  I loved the warm colors and airy ambience.

Sugarloaf Country Club

For our next stop we were whisked away to the beautiful grounds of the Sugarloaf Country Club.  The ceremony space is perfect for the bride who wants to marry near water with a picturesque view!  In addition to a tour, we enjoyed lunch in the grand ballroom.  The butternut squash soup with caramelized apples was delish!

 So, did you enjoy this virtual tour of venues?  See any that you would like to check out?  Let me know in the comments below and stay tuned for part 2 of the tour.

Happy Planning!

Raven J.