Charleston’s Best Wedding Venues and Vendors
Charleston is home to some of the most beautiful and picturesque wedding venues in the world. Rehab Events has wedding venue experience at almost every venue in the Charleston area and many in the Columbia and Greenville areas as well. Having experience with wedding venues in Charleston is very important; as it allows for quick recognition of what type of equipment is needed for each venue, allowing us to provide you with flawless entertainment for your wedding and reception.
I have also had the opportunity to work with some of the most talented vendors in the business! Check the bottom of this page for links to their amazing websites!
Here are just a few of the wedding venues and vendors Rehab Events has worked with:
- Magnolia Plantation
Magnolia Plantation and Gardens offers multiple unique and elegant locations for wedding ceremonies, receptions, rehearsal dinners, corporate retreats and beyond.
- Upstairs at Midtown
Located in the heart of Downtown Charleston on Upper King Street, Upstairs at Midtown is the perfect venue for your wedding ceremony and reception.
- Marion’s in French Quarter
Nestled in the heart of historic downtown Charleston, Marion’s in the French Quarter is the perfect Charleston wedding venue.
- Mills House/ Hibernian Hall
Elegant Wedding Space in Downtown Charleston. The Mills House Hotel has been planning special events for Charleston locals, friends and visitors for over 150 years.
- William Aiken House
Sweeping ballrooms, lush private grounds and open-air piazzas make this historic 1810 mansion one of Charleston’s most sought- after venues for weddings.
- Lowndes Grove Plantation
Downtown Charleston’s last great waterfront estate—This unrivaled, 14-acre Lowcountry backrop rests proudly along the oak-lined banks of the Ashley River and is perfect for your wedding.
- American Theater
Opened in 1942 as Charleston’s premier movie house, the American Theater’s regal Art Deco architecture and timeless Hollywood glamour make this sophisticated event venue worthy of any wedding.
- Historic Rice Mill
The Historic Rice Mill is Charleston’s most spectacular waterfront wedding venue, featuring versatile indoor and outdoor spaces with unparalleled sunset views.
- The Island House
The Island House sits on a private island on the banks of the Stono River. With stunning sunsets, a 180 degree view of the river, and a constant island breeze, it’s a great venue for a wedding to remember
- The Gibbes Museum of Art
- The Gibbes Museum of Art features a newly renovated event space and is located on Meeting St. in the heart of historic downtown Charleston.
- Creek Club At I’On
With its waterfront location and unforgettable views, the Creek Club at I’On is a picturesque wedding venue with over 5,000 square feet of space.
- Harborside East
Located at the foot of the Ravenel Bridge, just minutes from downtown Charleston, Harborside East is an elegant and unique venue for weddings.
- Wickliffe House
Offering both indoor and outdoor entertaining spaces the Wickliffe house is an ideal mix of classic style, outstanding service and exceptional food and beverage.
- Alhambra Hall
A popular spot for weddings and receptions, Alhambra Hall’s main rental space is approximately 3280 square feet.
- Francis Marion Hotel
With unique features like antique chandeliers, 20-foot high ceilings, monumental windows, and marble accented fireplaces, the Francis Marion Hotel provides the ideal location for a romantic Charleston wedding.
- Buckridge Plantation (Orangeburg)
An intimate wedding destination—With a naturally beautiful environment, Buck Ridge Plantation provides an amazing backdrop for any wedding.
- Runnymede Plantation
Whether you are planning your dream wedding or event, Runnymede Plantation has the surroundings to make it last a lifetime.
- Middleton Place
The outdoor wedding venues at historic Middleton Place provide ideal wedding ceremony locations.
- Old Wide Awake Plantation
Plantation Weddings with Southern Flair. A wedding at Old Wide Awake Plantation is the event of a lifetime.
- Mingo Point at Kiawah Island