Your wedding venue sets the tone for your wedding day, and it should reflect the over all theme you are trying to achieve. If you are looking for an uniqueand historic wedding venue, look no further than Gabrella Manor!
Originally known as the Bundy House, Gabrella Manor is a Spanish Colonial Revival home that was built in 1938. The first owner of the home was Robert C. Bundy, a well-known and respected family throughout the city of Birmingham, and they hosted many parties and events at the home. The beautiful mansion features original stained glass windows, a grand staircase, arches and columns, a terra cotta roof, and a beautiful balcony-- all of which reflect the Spanish theme. This unique gem is located in the Roebuck Springs Historic District, just minutes away from downtown.
Brenda and Steve purchased the Bundy house, and began renovations. They re-named the home to Gabrella Manor, in honor of Brenda’s grandmother. In fact, Brenda and Steve were the first couple to get married at Gabrella Manor in 1997!
We love working with the staff at Gabrella Manor for weddings and events! The team helps to create a special and unique wedding that matches the vision of each bride. The delicious catering, stunning floral designs, and bar services are all provided by Gabrella Manor-- and any other services can be made by the bride and groom, or Gabrella Manor can help with those arrangements.
On-Site Productions is a preferred vendor at Gabrella Manor, and we DJ for at least three weddings there each month! The fabulous staff at Gabrella Manor is great to work with, and a Gabrella Bride receives everything she has always dreamt of on her wedding day! If you’re looking for a beautiful venue with friendly staff, then Gabrella Manor is the perfect wedding venue for you!
I love historic homes, and Gabrella Manor still has it original charm and character that reflects the Spanish theme. Just think of all of the important people that Gabrella Manor has entertained over the decades, the conversations, and history that the home has seen over the past seventy seven years--and you can create your own little piece of history as a couple by saying “I DO” at Gabrella Manor.