Say "I Do" To These Gorgeous Wedding Venues 3

The Perfect Place for the Perfect Day

For many brides-to-be, choosing the perfect venue is at the top of the to-do list. With so much to consider, it can be overwhelming to find “the one.” Luckily for us, Mount Pleasant is home to some of the Southeast’s most sought after wedding venues, making it easy to find your dream destination right in town.

The Perfect Place to say I Do

Boone Hall Plantation, perhaps one of the most iconic landmarks in town, offers southern charm and grandiose appeal with a variety of options. From the picturesque side lawn under the oaks to the historical cotton dock, there’s certain to be a venue to fit your style.
Price: $3,000-$7,500
Capacity: 150-300+

Website: boonehallplantation.com/event-hosting/weddings/

Creek Club at I’On, is the ideal locale for those who prefer a one-stop shop. Chairs and tables are included (and if you’ve started looking at rental prices, you know this is a huge plus) with the catering + bar services provided by their in-house catering team.
Price: $1,500-$4,900
Capacity: 75-300

Website: creekevents.com/club

Harborside East is the venue for brides who want a Lowcountry setting with an urban feel. Located at the foot of the Ravenel Bridge, there are several waterfront options for the ceremony with the reception hosted upstairs in an indoor/outdoor combination space.
Price: $1,500-$4,500
Capacity: 150-500

Website: harborsideeast.com/nav/weddings.html

Nearby downtown Charleston:

The Gadsden House is a beautifully restored federal-style historic home, which has since been converted into one of Charleston’s newest venues. With both indoor and outdoor spaces, which are blank slates, brides can make their visions come true. Pampering yourself on your wedding day is crucial–there’s a spectacular bridal suite to do so on your special day!
Price: $2,250-$5,500
Capacity: 200 guests for seated dinners and 350 for cocktail-style receptions

Website: gadsdenhouse.com

*Price ranges account for different days of the week and peak seasons.