Tilley Mill Events is an outdoorsy park venue for couples’ weddings in the greater Taylorsville, Georgia area. This park property features numerous outdoor wedding locations for couples in addition to a pavilion and a barn setting. To-be-weds can find this private venue located approximately 45 minutes outside of Marietta, Georgia.
Facilities and Capacity
Clients can celebrate any part of their wedding day at Tilley Mill Events. The venue welcomes couples for ceremonies and receptions, as well as rehearsal dinners, engagement parties, showers, and more. The scenic property features plenty of open space for outdoor events. You can host your wedding ceremony in front of the park’s picturesque covered bridge. It makes the perfect backdrop for a couple’s first married kiss, which also serves as a general location for memorable photographs. There is also a barn that can be used for ceremonies and receptions in the event of rain. As an additional place of shelter, you’ll have access to the pavilion for your wedding festivities. The venue includes bathrooms and dressing rooms on site for the convenience of couples and their guests alike.
The dedicated team at this facility delights in helping to-be-weds bring their wedding visions to life. They work carefully with clients to craft experiences that they and their loved ones will remember for years to come. To assist in keeping stress minimized, they offer a list of preferred vendors, making the search for a DJ or a catering company easier. An onsite clergy is even available for couples having their ceremony on the park property. Event rentals bring everything together; this venue can supply tables and chairs for use during events.
The property at Tilley Mill Events was first purchased by Betty Jane and Joe Tilley in 1994. They cleared the park to make it more welcoming and inhabitable before building the pavilion and bathroom areas. A barn was added behind the gristmill in 2013. The site’s history dates back to the Civil War, when soldiers from the North and the South used the land for troop encampments.