The Legare Waring House and Gardens is located in Charleston, South Carolina and is situated in the midst of the birthplace of South Carolina. The estate is a Charles Towne Landing State Historic Site.
The house was built in the 1840s and is an historic antebellum plantation home. The house had for many years accommodated dignitaries both local and international. This property is truly a wedding party’s dream venue.
The wedding ceremony can be held outdoors at either the exquisite Avenue of Oaks or on the beautifully manicured lawn which overlooks two serene lagoons. The Avenue of Oaks feature towering oak trees that are draped in moss that arch to provide a natural covering and scenery that is most captivating.
The property has a 300-guests maximum capacity and has ample parking that can even accommodate buses as large as 7’ x 40’. There is also a shuttle allowing for ease of transportation from the parking area to the house. Facilities and amenities are not in short supply and include:
-Four bridal suites with their own private bathroom
-Two-story groom’s quarters with private bathroom and dressing room
-Gentlemen’s lounge with card table, satellite television, and mini refrigerator
-Catering kitchen with refrigerator/freezer on wheels, electric oven and stove, ice machine, prep table on wheels, adjacent load-in and parking area, and onsite dumpster
-Wrought iron water fountain
The Legare Waring House and Gardens is among the top best venues for any wedding ceremony and reception.Read More »
Dunes West Golf Club is a stylish wedding venue located on the site of the historical Lexington Plantation in Charleston, South Carolina. This picturesque site, with its 300-year-old oak trees draped in moss and antebellum-style clubhouse, stands along the banks of Wagner Creek. The facilities include 2 dining and 2 dancing options on two floors, wraparound porches that overlook the charming creek, a beautiful courtyard, elegant changing rooms for the bride, groom, and wedding party, and ample parking.
Say your vows out on the beautifully manicured lawn facing the creek beneath the giant Spanish oak tree. Take pictures in front of the club’s beautiful hedges and linger a few moments outside with sweet teas beside the creek, seated in the club’s white-painted wooden lawn chairs and just absorbing the fact that you have a new last name. When your wedding party drags you back into the clubhouse for your reception, take a moment and just look at all of the decorations you put time and thought into. Enjoy the fruits of your labor…and then allow yourself to get lost in the mood of the party.
The club can house a maximum capacity of 325 guests, so feel free to invite those distant relatives of yours. Although the venue does not allow outside catering, the club’s own catering menu is quite extensive and notorious for having delicious options. The venue also provides tables, chairs, flatware, dinnerware, glassware, and linens, and the staff will set up these items for you.
A four-hour Saturday rental will cost you around $3,000, which isn’t unreasonable for a Saturday evening Charleston wedding. A four-hour rental for any other day of the week will cost only $1,500, including Fridays and Sundays. However, if you are planning on having your wedding the Sunday before a Monday holiday, the venue will charge you the Saturday price. Additional hours can be purchased for $500 apiece, but these hours need to be established in advance. A deposit of $500 or 50% of your final bill (whichever is lower) is due when you make your reservations. Half of your bill is due 90 days prior to your wedding and the remaining balance is due just 2 days before your wedding.
For an incredibly thorough breakdown of costs, please visit the official website of the Dunes West Golf Club at www.duneswestgolfclub.com. The site also provides a catering menu, contract specifics, and descriptions of the venue. Between the club’s gorgeous features, excellent staffing, delicious catering menu, and reasonable prices, your wedding at the Dunes West Golf Club will surely be a flawless celebration.Read More »