We’ve received numerous emails and tweets from newly engaged brides asking for our recommendations for local, Lowcountry plantations. From Hilton Head to Charleston and up to Myrtle Beach, we’re blessed with a wealth unforgettable wedding venues. So to assist our darling brides in the wedding venue selection process, we’ll be compiling a list and highlighting a handful of properties on a weekly basis until the round up is complete! Let’s get started…
Built in 1755, this picturesque estate is the perfect backdrop to include in your wedding weekend. Sitting on 65-acres of immaculately landscaped gardens, Middleton Place offers multiple venue options, luscious scenery and a glimpse into Lowcountry history.
Tucked away, deep in the Lowcountry, construction on the Rose Hill Mansiondates back to pre-Civil War days. Located in Bluffton, South Carolina (just outside of Hilton Head), this charming Gothic Revival home combines an abundance of live oaks dripping with Spanish moss to provide a breathtaking site for one-of-a-kind wedding ceremonies and receptions.
In the heart of our beloved Lowcountry, on South Carolina’s own Wadmalaw Island, you will find the home of America’s only Tea Plantation. With it’s enchanting atmosphere and tranquil setting, the fields, front porch and “wedding tree” of Charleston Tea Plantation can accommodate groups of all size for a magical Charleston wedding evening.
Nestled near the Stono River, this inviting wedding venue lends itself to a relaxing evening in the Lowcountry. With rolling hills, polo fields, spacious porch and live oaks, Charleston’s Old Wide Awake Plantation allows for a variety of on-site ceremony options and a memorable reception.