Mississippi Wedding Venues
April 30, 2019
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With over 1,000 structures on the National Register of Historic Places, Natchez is a town unlike any other, and weddings held here are just as matchless as our special river city. You’ll find the perfect setting for your ceremony with a wide range of venues, top-notch vendors and accommodations unlike anywhere else in the world.
Whether you are looking for a modern space, a piece of history or traditional church ceremony, Natchez is home to everything you could want to make your special day unique. Choose from the elegance of Stanton Hall’s soaring ceilings or the groomed grounds of Monmouth Historic Inn and Gardens. If you have tradition in mind, look no further than St. Mary’s Basilica that towers over the heart of Historic Downtown Natchez and for more intimate ceremonies it is hard to beat the picture perfect backdrop of the Mighty Mississippi on the Natchez Bluff.
As one of the South’s premier wedding destinations, Natchez has a host of wedding professionals offering everything you need for your big day to be flawless. They can handle all the details – from the flowers you walk down the aisle with, to the limo or carriage that sweeps you away. Prepare for your vows with a day of rest and relaxation at one of our day spas or visit our many salons for wedding-ready hair and makeup. You can even find your wedding attire right in the Bluff City. Brides come from all over to visit Magnolia Mariee Bridal Boutique on Main Street to find the dress of their dreams.
Each of our enchanting settings is fit for a fairy tale, giving you plenty of options to tailor your “I do’s” to your love story. Whatever dream you have for your wedding, Natchez is the perfect place to start your forever. After all, you don’t need to be focused on anything besides the happily ever after.
Need help planning your trip? Check out visitnatchez.org for event listings, wedding venues, local attractions, accommodations and more.
Photos courtesy of (in order of appearance): Mark Eric Photography (1st), Adobe Stock (2nd & 3rd), John Mathis (4th) & Marianne Todd Images (5th).