The Best Memphis Wedding Venues for a Rustic Celebration
Surrounded by the city’s unique history and rustic appeal, you can’t go wrong with any of these Memphis wedding venues for a charming event.
Chimes and Occasions
With 15 foot ceilings and a grand foyer, this Memphis wedding venue gives the impression of a historic chapel in Europe. The beautiful courtyard and antique vibes of Chimes and Occasions set the perfect scene for an elegant, rustic wedding.
Constructed in 1846, this magnificent wedding venue is one of the oldest properties in the Memphis area. The antebellum architecture and vast English gardens of Cedar Hall provide beautiful scenery to complement a vintage-inspired wedding theme.
Davies Manor Plantation
Nestled on 37 wooded acres, this historical manor provides plenty of space for large wedding events. With its log buildings and meadows, Davies Manor Plantation channels rustic elegance during every season.
Memphis Botanic Gardens
If you dream of an outdoor ceremony surrounded by lush greenery, there’s really no better wedding venue than the Memphis Botanic Gardens to accomodate large and small events alike. And with colorful florals all around, a backdrop for your altar isn’t necessary.
You’ll be saying “I do” in the South, but with a wedding venue like this one, it’ll feel like you’re in the midst of a safari. With several spots to choose from (pictured: Northwest Passage), you’ll be surrounded by traditional gardens and amazing animals for a truly rustic wedding.
Woodruff-Fontaine House Museum
With its lush gardens, this wedding venue offers a beautiful outdoor space for a spring or summer celebration. After a garden ceremony, you can enjoy a more intimate wedding reception with a rustic, English feel in the Club Room of this historic home.
Mud Island River Park
Overlooking the Mississippi River, this wedding venue sets the scene for a rustic wedding as grand as the waterfront itself. From a space right along the banks to a tranquil room with a view of the city skyline, you won’t be disappointed at Mud Island River Park.
The Mollie Fontaine Lounge
Built in 1886, this wedding venue started as one of many exquisite homes that adorned Adams Avenue, which became known as Millionaire’s Row. While many of these original buildings are long gone, The Mollie Fontaine House still stands as a lively landmark with an interior decorated with vintage and rustic elements in a nod to the city’s charming history.
Apart from the city life, this wooded property is just a short drive east of Memphis. Full of elegant gardens, a barn and a picturesque lake, Heartwood Hall is the prettiest setting for an entirely rustic wedding.
Maple Grove Farm
Graced by a gorgeous barn and green pastures, Maple Grove Farm is an amazing getaway from urban civilization for your romantic, rustic event. And if there’s one thing your country-inspired wedding won’t miss here, it’s a full bonfire and s’mores for everyone. While you’re at it, be sure to check out more of our featured Memphis wedding venues!