Taylor-Grady House Ceremony Site Roundup

There are as many ceremony options at the TGH as there are brides with a vision - Have a look at some  of our favorite ceremony sites, listed by popularity 

5. The Ballroom - Ideal for a guest count under 60, makes for the perfect intimate wedding ceremony. Here we see a lovely winter wedding, held on Christmas Eve-eve. Photography by Joel and Amber Wedding Photography 

5. The Ballroom - Ideal for a guest count under 60, makes for the perfect intimate wedding ceremony. Here we see a lovely winter wedding, held on Christmas Eve-eve. Photography by Joel and Amber Wedding Photography 

4. The Garden: Ideal for a guest count around 75, the box garden can be the perfect backdrop to your intimate southern summer wedding. Arrange the ceremony chairs radially within the box hedge to add a whimsical feel. 

4. The Garden: Ideal for a guest count around 75, the box garden can be the perfect backdrop to your intimate southern summer wedding. Arrange the ceremony chairs radially within the box hedge to add a whimsical feel. 

4. The Garden  - Utilize the space outside the fence to accommodate crowds of 75-125. 

4. The Garden  - Utilize the space outside the fence to accommodate crowds of 75-125. 

4. The Garden - Perfect for a small ceremony, seat guests inside or outside the white picket fence. Photo by JoPhoto

4. The Garden - Perfect for a small ceremony, seat guests inside or outside the white picket fence. Photo by JoPhoto

3. The Dovecote - the dovecote is the perfect rustic backdrop for the less formal look. Photo by Courtney Goldman Photography

3. The Dovecote - the dovecote is the perfect rustic backdrop for the less formal look. Photo by Courtney Goldman Photography

2. House Facade - For the most formal weddings, and for those lovers of the beautiful Greek Revival architecture of the House, the front of the house can't be beat! Perfect for all seasons, here we see a late October ceremony. Photo by Anna Shakleford

2. House Facade - For the most formal weddings, and for those lovers of the beautiful Greek Revival architecture of the House, the front of the house can't be beat! Perfect for all seasons, here we see a late October ceremony. Photo by Anna Shakleford

2. House Facade in June, photo by June Bird Photography 

2. House Facade in June, photo by June Bird Photography 

2. House Facade setup detail, photo by Daniel Berger Photography 

2. House Facade setup detail, photo by Daniel Berger Photography 

1. The Side Yard is our most popular ceremony site for all seasons - here we see it in early March for a spring wedding. Photo by Twin Hearts Photography

1. The Side Yard is our most popular ceremony site for all seasons - here we see it in early March for a spring wedding. Photo by Twin Hearts Photography

We're obsessed with this photo, so here it is again. April wedding in the Side Yard, photo by Valerie & Co. Photographers 

We're obsessed with this photo, so here it is again. April wedding in the Side Yard, photo by Valerie & Co. Photographers 

1. The Side Yard - Here's another take on aisle placement in the side yard - at an angle for a September wedding. Photo by Once Like a Spark Photography 

1. The Side Yard - Here's another take on aisle placement in the side yard - at an angle for a September wedding. Photo by Once Like a Spark Photography