Porterdale Mill: The Perfect Wedding Venue In Georgia

Having a wedding at Porterdale is one of the most romantic things to do in GeorgiaThe Mill at Porterdale Mill Lofts is now the perfect wedding venue in Georgia!  The historic Mill overlooks the beautiful Yellow River and a lovely garden.  The Mill has been a vital aspect of Porterdale since opening in 1899. In the 1960’s, The Mill was the world’s largest producer of twine. In the year 2006 the Mill was renovated into the Porterdale Mill Lofts. Now equipped with live and work spaces, the Porterdale Mill conveys a modern atmosphere with a hint of history, making it the best place to stay in Georgia for a wedding.   It includes a 1,500 square foot loft for the bride, complete with two bedrooms, living room, full kitchen, two baths and a patio that looks over the Yellow River.  Only forty minutes from Atlanta, not far from Covington, the Lofts gives a feeling of both laid back country and the hustle bustle of the city.

The amazing craftsmanship of the Mill is sure to impress.  The support beams are made of heartwood from mature southern yellow pines.  The amazing patio and gorgeous garden makes the Porterdale Mill one of the most scenic wedding locales. The Mill also provides a facility director that will help ensure your wedding goes smoothly. The vibrant atmosphere coupled with the scenic views of the Yellow River and the huge garden make the Portedale Mill Lofts the ideal location for any wedding.  The mill is on the National Register of Historic Places and provides all the luxuriousness a bride could ever need, making it the best place to go in Georgia for your special day.

A unique and creative alternative to the typical wedding venue locations, a wedding at the Porterdale Mill will always be remembered and give your guests plenty of things to do in Georgia.

Follow Us

Popular Post

You may also like...

Recognizing Influential Black Musicians from Newton County

Recognizing Influential Black Musicians from Newton County

June is African American Music Appreciation Month, formerly called National Black Music Month. It’s a time to celebrate the contributions and influences of black musicians. With the south being historically rooted in rich African American traditions, their music has inspired generations. Some of the music genres include Sacred music, folk music, the Blues, jazz, R&B, […]

How Dad Would Love to Spend Time in Covington

How Dad Would Love to Spend Time in Covington

  Father’s Day is Sunday, June 21st. It’s a day to honor Dad and spend some quality time with him, doing the things he loves doing. Whether he loves adventure, leisure recreation, art or film, we’ve got some awesome ideas for how Dad would love to spend quality time with you in Covington.     […]

Travel Bloggers Share Their Experiences in Covington

Travel Bloggers Share Their Experiences in Covington

We love the attention we’ve gotten from travel bloggers! This is especially the case for TV and film tourism. We appreciate the eye for detail that travel bloggers have and their tourist perspective on our local destinations. While some of them focus on Covington as the Hollywood of the South with its abundance of productions, […]

Skip to content