The Tate House is a historic mansion and wedding venue located in Tate, Georgia. Also known as the Pink Palace, this former home is situated on a gorgeous 27-acre estate just 45 minutes north of Atlanta. Featuring lush gardens, centuries-old oak trees, and a lavish ballroom, The Tate House is committed to delivering elegant weddings with Southern hospitality and style.
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This elegant Renaissance Revival-style property features a beautiful 4,000-square-foot ballroom and 700-square-foot marble dance floor. The nearby garden terrace is the ideal location for cocktails and hors d'oeuvres. Two outdoor ceremony sites are also available to kickstart your celebrations. These gorgeous sites feature botanical blooms as well as a covered pavilion as a backup location for inclement weather. All garden weddings are set amongst six flowing fountains, picturesque statues, and scenic views. Additional facilities at this venue include a Bridal Cottage that can be used in the preparations leading up to the ceremony. This two-level vintage cottage offers plenty of space for your entire squad and is equipped with multiple vanities for hair and makeup. The cottage is also complete with a private restroom, a separate suite for the bride to dress, a kitchen, and a sitting room.
The Tate House offers venue rental for weddings and other social events. Their staff prides themselves on their attention to detail and ability to personalize events based on a couple’s specific needs. Their wedding director will consult with newlyweds-to-be, prepare a timeline, and communicate with vendors for a seamless and flawless event. A customized menu perfected by this property’s culinary team can also be created and served in a variety of ways to best suit couples’ plans. What’s more, in-house designers will eliminate the stress of finding perfect florals and décor. Additional services at this venue include but are not limited to:
- Mansion tours
- Event planning
- Setup and breakdown
- Rental equipment
The Tate house was built in 1926 as a private estate home by Colonel Sam Tate, a land baron, philanthropist, and business tycoon. The mansion features rare Etowah Pink Marble throughout, taken from a nearby quarry. The house is one of the most photographed homes in Georgia and is listed as the Pink Palace in the National Register of Historic Places.
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The Tate House is absolutely stunning and a dream come true. That's all there is to it. :)
The staff at the Tate house is a pleasure to work with. It is a beautiful facility, and I always look forward to planning weddings at this event facility. Everyone at the staff is friendly, every wedding goes off without a hitch, and the house and the scenery are incredible.
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