There’s no arguing it: Savannah, Georgia is one of the most gorgeous cities in the south to have a wedding. We might be a bit biased, but given the historic charm of the city that surrounds us, it comes as no surprise that The Venue Report has ranked several nearby venues as some of the most beautiful in the state!
The Georgia State Railroad Museum is among the Venue Report’s top picks, favored for its unique industrial feel. We love this venue because of its versatility, boasting an open-air fort as well as an indoor space with exposed beams and rustic brick walls. The highlight of this venue is definitely the old steam engine, perfect for pictures as well as ceremony backdrops!
Another historic venue favored by the Venue Report is Savannah’s own Ships of the Sea Maritime Museum. Surrounded by lush greenery in the spring and summer months, this venue is something out of a garden dream. The Scarbrough House is the perfect setting for a cocktail hour, hosting a collection of model ships, paintings, and other maritime artifacts.
Ranking thirty-first on the Venue Report’s list, the Mackey House is a colonial-style home built on the oldest dairy farm in Georgia. This sweet southern plantation features sprawling gardens as well as a space for an on-site tent. The deck surrounding the house serves as the perfect spot for a dance floor or seating area.
If you favor a more modern venue, the Brice is just the spot for you. The clean, simple architecture makes this venue the perfect blank slate for a super chic mod wedding. This hotel also provides couples with the best canvas to let their personality to shine through with pops of color and quirky decor.
Only a short drive from the city we call home, the Tybee Island Wedding Chapel is the perfect fit for a couple who wants an island wedding without the island worries. Featuring an elegant open chapel and a Grand Ballroom that truly lives up to its name, with the custom hardwood flooring underfoot and sparkling chandeliers overhead.
Interested in seeing more gorgeous venues in Georgia? Check out the inspiration for today’s post at The Venue Report!
Written by Paige Grieninger