Every couple has their own idea of what the perfect wedding could be. Savannah is rich with venues that are surrounded by beautiful scenery that make perfect backdrops for exchanging their wedding vows.
Each of the wedding sites below has their own way of expressing that unique southern charm, whether it is a Victorian style gazebo surrounded by flowers or a chapel amidst the majestic oak trees. There are simply countless reasons and options for having your wedding in Savannah.
Home to 23 romantic squares in the middle of azalea gardens or countless oak trees, Savannah is no doubt one of America’s biggest historic districts. Many of these parks are guarded by wrought iron gates and home to magnificent fountains and monuments, making them lovely settings for wedding photos.
Forsyth Park and Fountain
Georgia’s first city really knew how to epitomize the southern style, the best of which came in the form of Savannah’s Forsyth Park and Fountain. There isn’t a year that passes that you do not see couples exchanging vows before the park’s lively fountain shooting up waters behind them. The place has also been the setting for all kinds of photo and film shoots.
Davenport House Garden
Built back in 1976, the Davenport House Garden’s charm is thanks to its wrought iron gates and brick walls. The venue can accommodate up to 100 guests and features a parking area and even a dressing room for the bride. Couples who get married here exchange their vows below a beautiful archway.
The Gingerbread House
This one’s been around since 1899, a masterpiece framed by a beautiful oak tree. It features its own gazebo where couples will seem like a beautiful painting before the audience as they exchange their vows. In fact, the Gingerbread House has won many awards, owing to its long history for making the dreams come true for brides from all over the world. Aside from being a popular setting for many photo and film shoots, the Gingerbread House is also one of the most photographed houses in Savannah.
This tree-lined and bricked paved Italian style mansion has been the place of weddings since 1882. It is well known for its antique furnishings, high ceilings, hardwood floors, and marble walls. Even though it’s right in the heart of the historic district of Savannah, Brockington Hall maintains its character as an escape for couples who wish to get married.
Savannah Wedding's Private Gazebo
For those looking for a more intimate gathering, this Victorian style gazebo can accommodate the couple plus up to 20 guests. The place looks like a small chapel within a secret garden with brick roads and wrought iron arches. It almost feels like the couple is eloping! There’s just so much beauty in one small area that the photo opportunities are endless!
Want to know more about these gazebos, their wedding packages, and how to reserve them? Feel free to call 912-844-WEDS (9337) or check out their official website for more information.
Gazebo Weddings of Savannah, 102 Beaulieu Bend, Savannah, GA 31406, Phone: 912-844-9337