(Closed) To Have a Wedding or Not to Have a Wedding?

posted 7 years ago in Emotional
Post # 3
448 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2011

I’d say do a small destination wedding/honeymoon. That way if they want to come so bad they will come along!

Also everyone wanted me to have a wedding, and if they want the wedding like your parents and his parents well then they should pay for it.

It’s going to cost a fortune, as mine is….

Post # 4
6998 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: February 2011

Charleston is expensive! but oh so beautiful – there are a lot of charleston bee’s on here that might be able to help you. i got engaged at the waterfront park! Im jealous that you live there – im 3 hours away but we get down there every chance we get.

have you looked into the parks there? i think you just have to pay for a permit

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, 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). *i found this here*

I would seriously consider having your wedding there, especially if you intend to keep it small – some people wont make the trip but those who matter most will – plus they are totally missing out if they dont want to go to charelston!


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