The Prettiest Places in Atlanta to Host A Bridal Shower

My 5 Favorite Atlanta Bridal Shower Locations

Whether you’re walking down the aisle, are the bride’s bestie or have the all-important role of Mother of the Bride, you’re here because you’ve been entrusted with scouting bridal shower locations in Atlanta. As someone who did this ten years ago, it’s not an easy feat. Before you get overwhelmed with the lack of lovely locations open to the public, take a look at these gorgeous gems… many of which double as my favorite restaurants in Atlanta.

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1. Le Bon Nosh

If you’re going for a Grandmillennial girly vibe, Le Bon Nosh‘s private upstairs event space checks all the boxes. This Buckhead beauty has gorgeous scenic wallpaper, seats large parties and the food is divine.

2. The Chastain

If you’re looking for a neutral backdrop, this Atlanta brunch spot nestled next to Chastain Park has a lovely covered outdoor semi-private space that can be rented, as well as a private room in the basement. Though the room reads slightly more masculine due to the iron windows and wine wall, the other walls are white so decor and florals could help made it feel more feminine. The outdoor space fits up to 75 for a reception-style event, or 40 seated.

3. Le Bilboquet

From birthday parties to baby sprinkles, I’ve celebrated many occasions in Buckhead favorite French restaurant La Bilboquet. While there is no private room, they can accommodate large parties with advanced notice, and you can bring in your own table decor which always helps make for a special celebration.

4. Canoe

If you want to feel like you’re not in Atlanta at all, Canoe is the spot for you. I first went here for Sheridan Bloch’s bat mitzvah and it was so gorgeous that I remember it twenty years later. Of course, I’ve been back since, but it’s one of those magical places that is around for decades for a reason. This is restaurant is right on the river and there is a lovely garden that can house private events.

5. The St. Regis Atlanta

If you want a blank canvas, consider the Maisonette Room at the St. Regis, which is a smaller-scale option than their gorgeous Astor Ballroom (where I got married), and the perfect palette for a bridal party. I’ve attended a luncheon in this space and it was a gorgeous size and scale.

Looking for more to do in Atlanta? See more of my favorite spots here!

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