Cator Woolford Gardens

Cator Woolford Gardens
Cator Woolford Gardens

So Much More Than a Garden

Average Rating: 4.50 out of 5

(2 Reviews)

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About Cator Woolford Gardens

The Historic Cator Woolford Gardens, located in Historic Druid Hills, are surrounded by 33 acres of forest. In 1997, the gardens were restored to their original grandeur to create a distinctive entertainment venue for weddings, receptions, rehersal dinners and other special events. The gardens include an historic colonnade, surrounded by annual and perinial flowerbeds that burst with color year round. CWG can accommodate both indoor and outdoor events and is fully handicap accessible. Site fees are used to support programs for the developmentally disabled at The Frazer Center.

Cator Woolford Gardens Reviews

Keely Roth
Wedding Date: Oct. 23, 2010

Our recent wedding and reception at Cator Woolford Gardens was just perfect! It was a beautiful venue with very personal service. Erin and Judith were so friendly and helpful through the planning and on the day of. We were so happy to have a venue that let us bring our own caterer but still provided such nice amenities like shuttle service for our guests and access to the site the day before the ceremony. The guests had a great time and we did too! Thanks again!
Posted: Oct. 30, 2010, 9:12 p.m.

Anna & Doug
Wedding Date: April 22, 2006

This site is gorgeous for anybody who wants an outdoor wedding or reception. The photos on their website don't do it as much justice as a walk-through does. Though it is pricey (what would you expect renting any real estate on Ponce?) it does help to support the Frazer Center, which is a good cause. The facilities are nice for an outdoor site... 2 'full' bathrooms and 2 mens-ladies stall-type bathrooms, an indoor pavilion which can serve as a prep room for the wedding party (which turned into a cry room for the ceremony). The only drawback to this site was the number of restrictions... for example, no confetti, no amplified music in the garden area, etc. Carefully read the sheaf of papers Alyssa sends you home with after your walk-through, or prepare to be disappointed when your rock & roll sparkler sendoff gets quashed.
Posted: May 2, 2006, 9:12 p.m.

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