Chimes and Occasions
Only two blocks from the newly renovated Overton Square, you'll find this cozy Memphis wedding venue. Within the Chimes, a nondenominational chapel with the look and feel of old French architecture, you'll find an intimate setting to exchange vows. Furnished with European inspired antiques, Occasions takes on the same vintage persona - here, you can marry within a beautiful courtyard and follow your ceremony with a vintage reception. If you envision a charming Southern wedding, you can't go wrong with Chimes and Occasions.
NOAH'S Event Venue
Brides and grooms seeking a classic yet contemporary wedding venue should add NOAH's Event Venue to their list. With several well known locations across the country, this wedding site provides not only a versatile indoor and outdoor venue but all the rentals you could ever need for a larger event. If a more traditional and simple celebration fits your style, this Memphis wedding venue will accommodate just that.
The Atrium at Overton Square
Since the modern renovation of Overton Square, the Atrium remains a Midtown hot spot for weddings. With its high ceilings, intricately designed glass and steel arches, its architecture fits right into an Art Deco or vintage celebration. Keep an eye out on this unique location - we have a feeling this venue will continue to grow in popularity due to its unique atmosphere.
Within the historic South Main Arts District, you'll find this art gallery ideal for a vibrant city wedding. Several local artists use this space to showcase their latest works, so you definitely can expect an event that doesn't fall short of capturing the soul, style and culture of Memphis.
As a charming and elegant restaurant, this venue still remains a hidden gem in East Memphis. Located in a renovated historic home, its patio offers a serene setting for a rehearsal dinner or a small, intimate reception if you're opting for a more casual celebration. You can't go wrong with the cuisine and artisan cocktails here - foodie couples will definitely want to keep this location in mind.
Nestled away from the commotion of downtown, this Memphis wedding venue provides a comfortable atmosphere for larger wedding celebrations. Self described as "upscale yet informal," the Crescent Club combines stylish interiors with modern amenities to make everyone feel right at home. You'll experience the best of Southern hospitality at this contemporary venue.
Through antique furnishings, hand painted interiors and lush gardens, it's no surprise this Memphis wedding venue has an extensive background dating back to the Civil War. Built in the early to mid-1800s, this Greek Revival mansion remains one of the most historic homes in Memphis, making it an excellent location for a Southern wedding.
The Columns at One Commerce Square
A former bank lobby transformed into an elegant venue, The Columns boasts a unique history and 1920s vibe. Today, it's just around the corner from the world-famous Rendezvous restaurant and the lively Beale Street music clubs. Its blend of historical architecture in the heart of Memphis makes it the perfect location for a grand Jay Gatsby-esque celebration.
River Inn of Harbor Town
Overlooking the Mississippi River, The River Inn of Harbor Town provides a venue with a style described as "Southern charm with European elegance." Another historic Memphis wedding venue, this ones differs from most due to its waterfront views from its terrace and 1850's-era inspired decor. Surrounded by a cozy neighborhood and beautiful scenery, this hotel provides an inviting atmosphere for more intimate wedding events.
Nestled in the woods, this quaint chapel let's you tie the knot near Elvis Presley's former residence. While the chapel only hosts smaller parties, you're guaranteed to have some grand photo ops to follow. The world-famous Graceland Mansion makes a pretty amazing backdrop for a one of a kind wedding. For more Memphis wedding venues, take a look at what our featured vendors offer.