In December 1853, Mittie Bulloch married Theodore Roosevelt in the dining room of her childhood home of Bulloch Hall. Little did they know, their son would go on to be United States President Teddy Roosevelt. Mittie was unaware that she would set a longstanding tradition of beautiful weddings in Roswell.
With over 35 premier, one-of-a-kind event facilities, friendly and accommodating lodging, and experienced professionals, it is no wonder Roswell is known as “The Place for Weddings.” Historic Roswell has authentic antebellum event venues for brides who want true Southern ambiance. If you prefer petals to the past, explore sites with gardens for outdoor events that bloom with atmosphere. If your taste is more modern and hip, Roswell is all those things too.
Just one call to the Visit Roswell Convention and Visitors Bureau will take your wedding planning stress away. For more information on planning your perfect wedding, call Marsha Saum, Wedding Specialist, at 770-640-3253.
Photos from Enmuse Photography on the steps of Roswell’s Naylor Hall and Studio 7 Photography on the steps of Roswell’s Barrington Hall.