(Closed) Charleston, SC brides HELP!

posted 7 years ago in South Carolina
Post # 3
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835 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

http://www.magnoliaplantation.com/events/Magnolia_Plantation_Events_Packet.pdf

 

http://www.johnrutledgehouseinn.com/weddings.aspx

 

Not too sure of rate here, but I’ve heard they were pretty competitve:

http://www.hobnobcharleston.com/entertainment/event-announcements/item/577-%E2%80%9Cthe-landings%E2%80%9D-on-shem-creek-to-change-hands

 

http://www.townofmountpleasant.com/index.aspx?NID=194

staff at Alhambra Hall at (843) 856-2053 if you have event set up questions for the Hall rentals. You can view a sample contract for each facility on their pages!

Oh my gracious, that was a lot of googling. I have heard good rates about all of these places…and I think that last one was the name of a wedding my brother went to last year and she didn’t have to pay a lot. I’ll ask him and keep checking this thread and let you know if he happens to remember what it was called. But again, I’m 90% sure it’s that last link. Good luck! 

 

Post # 5
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835 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

Yeah me too! ERR! It’s driving me nuts trying to remember. And google really doesn’t have a lot on it. I feel like these places are secret! If I find out/remember anything I’ll let ya know…. Ya know, one suggestion is to call an established photographer. Not to book him, but to ask. I mean I would think of all the people who know of locations here, it would be them….. heck or maybe their “archives” on some of their sites will have a list…..

Post # 7
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835 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

ooo, found this:

Confederate Home62 Broad StreetCharleston, SC (843) 722-2026

The 127 year old Confederate Home and College offers a unique historic location in downtown Charleston for any event. The restoration of this landmark offers two formal adjoining drawing rooms on the second floor furnished with period furniture, and a stately columned piazza which overlooks the landscaped garden. Each drawing room has a fire place and separate doors for access. The drawing rooms can be separated by a sliding door.

The Confederate House $424-$575

I also found this:

Public Parks: You can have a gazebo wedding in a Charleston park; all you need is a permit. There are over 200 weddings a year at the gazebo in White Point Gardens (right on the battery). There are several other popular park locales, including Washington Square Park, Waterfront Park, Angel Oak Park (Boasts the oldest living tree east of the Mississippi) and Hampton Park. Permit fees are reasonable. At White Point Gardens, you are allowed to have no more than 25 people in attendance. Restrictions may be less at the other parks (the Hampton Park gazebo is said to be large).  Contact the City of Charleston Recreation Department at 843-724-7327.

Post # 8
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835 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

Lol, a backyard is a good idea. Especially in Charleston… some of those backyards are pretty enough to be a wedding site professionally! Maybe you could look up people who rent their back yards for that kind of stuff. I know there are some out there, it’s just a matter of finding them! 

Post # 13
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

YAY!!!! Awesome!! You are so welcome. Man, the Battery is going to be a great setting!!!!! πŸ˜€ And that is a GREAT price for the hall!! Laughing

Post # 15
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

25 people?? oh wow!!! :O lol, i had no idea…the info I sent you I copied and pasted and didn’t even pay attention to it!!

We just got back from getting our marriage licsense (in charleston county)…shiz was 70 bucks in cash! And they didn’t even check our ids….I’m shocked!

Totally let me know what you end up doing…and I’ll keep an ear open for stuff. I do know that the beach is public property and I think it’s not only free, but I don’t even believe you have to have a permit for it….. so good option…..

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