Spend the afternoon touring a few potential places for a wedding/reception. First we went to our church to scope out the venue. They have a smaller chapel specifically designed for weddings/funerals. Very nice, intimate chapel that can hold up to 150 people, not including the balcony. Rebecca and Stephen were trying to find a good place to tie the knot and this looks to be a good option for their needs. There are certain limitations (no room/facilities for a reception, no alcohol, no rose petals, no rice/birdseed) but it has a certain allure. Next we drove out to a local wedding place located out in the sticks. This is an old plantation home that was converted to a bed & breakfast that was reconverted to a wedding place. Beautiful plantation home with a huge porch and balcony, lots of hardwood floors and a very nice yard/gazebo that has been set up for weddings. One of those turnkey places that will do everything from the ceremony to the send off. The kids were looking to this place for their reception. Would be a nice gig if they choose to hold it there. I think they liked the church, but they want to still explore their options for possible reception sites. This one did look nice.
|Old school home|
|Outdoor ceremony (probably not a good idea in August)|
|Even comes with wedding cats|