We love our venues!

Wedding venues vary greatly, and each offers unique characteristics. Sometimes, wedding venues have special requirements for flowers. Our expert staff work with a variety of area venues, and know how to design our wedding decorations to complement any environment you choose for celebrating your big day. We turn your floral wedding decoration ideas into reality, perfectly accenting your venue.

Browse pictures of our floral designs in each of these beautiful settings.

Blacksmith Shop

An elegant and versatile venue in downtown Macon, almost any floral theme works at the Blacksmith Shop. The name comes from the history of the building, as it was once a blacksmith shop and carriage facility in the 1890’s. It features exposed brick, large wooden beams, and space to entertain large groups of guests.

The Hay House

Nothing says Southern elegance quite like the historic Hay House in downtown Macon. Built in 1859, the house is filled with antiques and surrounded by beautiful magnolia trees. It’s a great choice for brides looking for a classic, Southern wedding. We are experienced with the venue’s special requirements for events, and know how to design flowers to perfectly compliment your big day.

The Venue at Tryphena’s Garden

Beautiful lakeside gardens, lawns, and trails make this a lovely place for receptions and ceremonies. Located in Fort Valley, GA, The Venue at Tryphena’s Garden is perfect for rustic and elegant wedding flower arrangements. Images provided by Amber Phinisee.

Armory Ballroom

Located in downtown Macon, the Armory Ballroom was once home to the Macon Volunteers, which was a military unit and civic organization. It has since been restored and converted into a beautiful wedding venue. The ballroom seats up to 300 guests and is ideal for traditional-styled weddings.

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Healy Point Country Club

We’ve designed beautiful centerpieces for a variety of events at Healy Point Country Club. Healy Point can host events of any size accompanied with views of the scenic golf course.

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Library Ballroom

This historic venue was originally constructed in 1889 as Macon’s first public library. In 2007, it was renovated and restored to serve as a beautiful event hall. With tall ceilings and cherry wood furnishings, this venue showcases versatility for endless wedding floral themes.

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New City Church

The downtown Macon building was built in the early 1900’s and originally used as the power station for Macon Railway and Light Company. It has housed a variety of businesses until New City Church took ownership in 2016. This building features tall ceilings, large industrial windows, and brick walls. It’s a great venue for modern or contemporary weddings.

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The Estate at Stone Creek

The Estate at Stone Creek is surrounded by natural beauty, making this a wonderful choice for outdoor or indoor celebrations. Featuring a private lake, barn, and a lodge, the estate evokes a cozy cabin feel. The venue is great for spring, summer, or fall weddings.

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The Grand Magnolia House

This colonial style home in Marshallville, GA, is perfect for brides looking for a venue with a hearty dose of Southern charm. The Grand Magnolia House is ideal for smaller, intimate wedding ceremonies.  The beautiful property makes this a wonderful choice for outdoor weddings and receptions.

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Twin Oaks Farm

This farm in Hawkinsville, GA, offers a wide variety of options for receptions, rehearsal dinners, and ceremonies. The large barns are ideal for rustic wedding themes. Outside, you will find arguably the largest pecan tree in Georgia, making for memorable and picturesque ceremonies. It’s also a wonderful venue for entertaining large groups, featuring lodging on site.

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