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6 Atlanta Party Venues You Haven’t Considered

jenniferjeffrey_onlinefile-1212-2From kids’ parties to bachelorette parties to corporate events and the big birthdays ending with a zero, there’s a lot of pressure nowadays to throw the ultimate party. Besides keeping up with the Joneses next door, we now have to contend with the millions of Joneses on social media. Well yes, technically, throwing a party should be about the celebration itself, not about blowing Pinterest out of the water but let’s be honest: Everyone wants to show off their creativity and hosting skills by sourcing out the most killer, out-of-the-box party venues in Atlanta. We’ve scouted a few of our favorite Atlanta spots to throw a party sure to stay on the minds of your guests and get you thinking beyond the traditional. Here are some of the coolest places with the most accommodating people who will do whatever it takes to help you throw the party of the year!

Trees Atlanta Kendeda Center 

225 Chester Ave., Atlanta, GA 30316 • (404) 522-4097

Perfect for: Corporate events, weddings, environmentalists

Having a party puts a smile on your face; doing something good for the world puts a smile in your soul. Combine the two by renting out Trees Atlanta Kendeda Center in Reynoldstown. The venue is a Platinum LEED Certified building, putting in every effort to create a design that’s not only beautiful but also kind to the environment. And what’s really cool is that proceeds from every event booked at the facility benefit Trees Atlanta and its programs!

We love the openness of the center — a great spot for corporate retreats, team bonding and annual meetings. If you want to go the romantic route, it also makes a great wedding venue, perfect for couples who want to do something different. A neat detail for nuptials includes the Tribute Tree, “the perfect gift to celebrate a union, either as a gift the bride and groom purchases in honor of each guest, or as a gift from a guest to the bride and groom.”

Read more at StyleBlueprint.com.


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