6 Unique Spots for Wedding Showers or Bridal Luncheons

Spring and summer are the perfect seasons for celebrating bridal showers in Atlanta. Here are our top picks for unique locations for wedding showers or bridal luncheons.
  • Enjoy a charming Southern shower at Swan Coach House.
    Enjoy a charming Southern shower at Swan Coach House.
  • Enjoy a High Tea during a bridal shower at Dr. Bombays Underwater Tea Party
    Enjoy a High Tea during a bridal shower at Dr. Bombays Underwater Tea Party
  • Tea at The Ritz Carlton Buckhead makes for a unique and memorable bridal shower.
    Tea at The Ritz Carlton Buckhead makes for a unique and memorable bridal shower.

Spring and summer are the perfect seasons for bridal showers in Atlanta. Here are our top picks for unique locations for wedding showers or bridal luncheons.

  1. The Goat Farm, West Midtown 
    Whether it’s an intimate gathering or a larger shower, there are two perfect event spaces to choose from. Not many people can say their shower location is also home to an on-site organic farm complete with chickens and a pot bellied pig. Find this gem behind the Howell Mill retail area housing Star Provisions.

  2. The Ritz Carlton, Buckhead
    The Spring Tea at The Ritz-Carlton, Buckhead features a menu filled with classic seasonal delights that pair well with tea, including tea sandwiches and pastries. On weekends, savor Grand Marnier-marinated strawberries served table-side at Lobby Lounge. Champagne is also available to toast the bride to be.

  3. Dr. Bombay’s Underwater Tea Party, Candler Park
    Filled with books, record players and a timeworn piano, this charming local tea shop serves high tea daily at 3:30 and 5:30 p.m. From cupcakes and scones to a legit pot of tea, enjoy a quaint tea party served on vintage china. Add a special cake to your high tea and even reserve Fancy’s Face and Body Art for a fun way to personalize your shower. 

  4. King Plow Arts Center Event Gallery, Midtown 
    Originally home of the King Plow Company that manufactured farm equipment from 1902 to 1986, this unique event space features handmade brick, heart pine, oak timbers and steel beams. We are also fans of the natural light shining through the huge rooftop window, the permanent collection of contemporary art gracing the walls and the antiquated farm manufacturing equipment hanging from the ceilings. 

  5. Swan Coach House, Buckhead
    Exuding Southern charm, this quaint restaurant on the property of Atlanta History Center is notorious for its chicken salad and frozen fruit salad. The gift shop next door has adorable gifts if you need to grab something before your afternoon of girl talk and a delightful lunch. 

  6. Atlanta Botanical Garden
    The Café at Linton’s in the Garden Is a new spot that invites guests to relax in a contemporary bistro setting while enjoying a signature menu featuring fresh, local ingredients. Take in views of the woodland garden and the Midtown skyline from the patio and rooftop deck. Another shower location is the Edible Garden Outdoor Kitchen. Host a fresh bridal shower experience surrounded by delicious vegetables, fruits and herbs. 


Sarah Johnson is a guest blogger for Atlanta.net. 

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