Check out these top wedding songs for 2015 as suggested by The Knot. Be sure to send a list of your favorite dance songs to your DJ well before your wedding.
Today, we stumbled across this compilation of advice from a variety of wedding planners. Did you know that using a wedding planner can often save you money? Through vendor discounts and keeping you organized and on budget, hiring a wedding planner just might be your most cost-effective way to plan your wedding!
Click here to hear more from wedding planners on what you need to know!
We have been your go-to source for all things Savannah, and now also, your go-to source to book Wormsloe for intimate weddings! You will not be able to reserve this location on your own. One of the great perks of hiring us, is access to locations that do not work directly with the general public.
Wormsloe Plantation is a beautiful, quintessentially Savannah location. Beautiful live oak trees, dripping in Spanish Moss cover this destination. It is a photographers dream, with so many opportune spots for dreamy photos! This venue can be reserved through us Tuesdays through Fridays, for ceremonies anytime before the plantation closes at 5:30pm.
Wormsloe Plantation is formally known as Wormsloe Historic Site, and was established by one of Georgia’s original colonial founders in the 1700s. It is situated 11 miles southeast of downtown Savannah on Isle of Hope. The iconic arched entranceway is a beautiful location for wedding photos. The plantation is rich in history, and the property still boasts many of the original details, such as a tabby fort built in 1745, and many of the trees date back to before the settlers came. There is now replica buildings from that time period, as well as colonial life demonstrations, a museum, and walking trails through the dense maritime forests.
If this isn’t the ideal ceremony location for your personal taste, but you are planning a destination wedding and searching for things to do for you and your guests, this is still a beautiful location to check out. Guided tours and group rates are available.
Want to find out more about Wormsloe? Contact us!
Is Forrest Gump one of your favorite films? Do you love Live Oak trees dripping in Spanish Moss? Are you a history or theater buff? Chippewa Square could be your perfect ceremony location!
Chippewa Square is most well-known for the “Life is like a box of chocolates” bus-stop scene from Forrest Gump. It is easy to see why producers chose this location, for the beautiful trees, and quintessential Savannah southern charm.
This square is rich in history as well, from the center statue of General James Ogelthorpe, who founded the colony of Georgia in 1733, to the Battle of Chippewa during the War of 1812, where this square received it’s namesake.
This square was also the center of Savannah’s nightlife, and still is home to the Savannah Theatre, which is the oldest theatre in America still operating at it’s original location. You can catch a live show at the theatre during your trip and take a photo in front of the iconic marquee. You can even get your names in lights on the marquee. Ask us how!
A great reception venue is also located right off of the square, Bryson Hall. Maybe this is the perfect location for you!