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Looking for the perfect, quirky venue for your unique Nashville wedding? Keep reading. 

This post was originally published in February of 2015; we have since updated it to reflect the most recent and accurate information available. 

Planning a wedding is stressful, especially when your ideas for the celebration are outside-the-box.

In a city like Nashville, your wedding can be anything you want it to be: a traditional church event, a sprawling outdoor occasion or a festive experience in a funky venue.

Nashville has it all, from amazing caterers and unique venues to world-class wedding transportation.

If you’re looking for amazing, unique Nashville wedding venues, this is the blog for you. We’ve listed a few of our favorites below.

1. The Factory

230 Franklin Road, Franklin, TN

This unique set of spaces is located in picturesque Franklin, just a short drive from Nashville.

The Factory offers several different spaces that can accommodate a lovely wedding: the Heritage Room, with its stages and expansive square footage, and the Jamison Hall, perfect for your wedding reception with its ambient lighting and nice dance floor.

The Commons Area, with its exposed beams and skylights, is the perfect space for a unique reception. The Factory offers historic flavor with modern amenities, allowing you to create the unique wedding of your dreams.

2. Ruby

2411 Blakemore Avenue, Nashville

Tauted as a “Boutique Nashville Event Venue,” Ruby is a new space that pays special attention to providing a unique experiences for those who book.

Housed in a 70-year-old church in the historic Hillsboro Village, Ruby provides all-around views of Nashville’s popular Dragon Park.

The outdoor experience is important to Ruby’s venue team; they offer park views from virtually every location in their space. The Main Room features sprawling floor-to-ceiling windows, exposed beams and an earthy, historic-chic ambiance. The Front Courtyard is a gorgeous space for a unique wedding ceremony, complete with a tree canopy and standard string lights.

3. Houston Station

434 Houston Street, Nashville, TN

This three-year-old spot in Nashville has quickly become a popular site for unique weddings and receptions. Exposed brick and exposed beams make this former factory a rustic, yet charming spot for your unique wedding. Tons of space for dancing and reception festivities, Houston Station adds a hint of industrial chic beauty to every wedding it hosts.

4. City Winery

609 Lafayette Street, Nashville, TN

Another new Music City venue destined to become popular among brides is City Winery, a unique space envisioned for entertainment, wine tastings, and delicious cuisine. Your small wedding ceremony and reception can be held in the venue’s main seating area; the atmosphere surrounding City Winery is electric, as the venue is located just a short walk from downtown Nashville.

5. The Post and Beam

3535 Kedron Road, Spring Hill, TN

Just a short drive from Nashville, in a charming community known as Spring Hill, sits the Post and Beam.

Its unique main house is over 150 years old, having been built on the property in the mid-1880s. Although the Post and Beam does not offer wedding package, you can create your perfect team of wedding experts from their team’s list of trusted vendors. Ten-foot ceilings, walnut floors and the bucolic natural surroundings of the Post and Beam can make your wedding uniquely rustic and uniquely you.

From car service to the perfect venue, planning your Nashville wedding should be enjoyable and memorable. At the end of the day, you should have the wedding of your dreams to look forward, with minimal stress and anxiety. Whether you choose one of the venues from our list or have your own Nashville-area venue in mind, we hope your wedding is an as unique as you are.

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  • Alex Boisvert

    Don’t forget Fontanel! http://www.fontanel.com

  • Lisa

    21c Museum Hotel is a great spot as well! Very modern and unique – can’t beat getting married in an art museum!