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The Cottonhouse is new as a wedding venue but it is absolutely stunning. Everything, even before it is set up completely is just beautiful. The location is amazing and the service is unbelievably great. I just loved everything about this venue. I hope to have a wedding at a beautiful place like this, if not the Cottonhouse itself.
The ambience at the Cotton Warehouse in Monroe, GA is like no other wedding venue you've been to or seen. Its an old pre-1900 warehouse with upscale decor and setting. Right off of the square, the warehouse is located right in downtown Monroe. Surrounded by 100+ year old estates and the city clocktower, the location makes this venue feel genuine. Since it is newly renovated, you'll have the opportunity to make use of this gorgeous venue right after its been brought back to life. Thousands of dollars have went into renovating and bringing the venue back to life after decades of being empty. The venue owner has spared no expense to make this your dream wedding venue. If you've always dreamed of a small-town wedding, the Cotton Warehouse should definitely be on your list to look into. It features a bridal room, full kitchen and bar, venue wide sound system and video recording. The owners of the company that manage this venue are top notch as well. Anything you think you'll need for your wedding they are more than willing to accomodate. Give them a call!
The Cotton Warehouse is relatively new as a wedding venue, but it is just absolutely stunning. Very rustic and chic...just what I was looking for in a venue. It is It is managed by Beyond Details in Covington, GA. I just have to say that Jakob, the owner, really does have a great vision for putting together a stunning wedding--you just have to trust him and go with it. The day of my wedding everything came together wonderfully and I received so many comments from guests on how perfect everything was, from the venue to the decor, food and flowers (all by Beyond Details). If you have out of town guests, there aren't a ton of hotels nearby, so my family and I stayed in Monroe at the Wayfarer Hotel (only 3 rooms, but gorgeous) and the rest of the guests stayed in Conyers or Covington. Some guests had even mentioned to me that they were curious as to why I was getting married in some small town like Monroe, GA, but after they saw the venue they knew why. Definitely worth checking out. It is an absolute gem.