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Best Wedding Venues in Savannah, Georgia

On a regular basis, we get asked the question, "What's the best wedding venue in Savannah?" and while we're fans of countless party spots, we decided to compile a list of a few of our favorites to assist you as your plan your Lowcountry wedding day.  These Georgia beauties range from historic mansions to eclectic cafes and waterfront hotels to rustic museums - we've got something for everyone!  So, check out our list of the Best Savannah, Georgia wedding venues...


Located on Orleans Square in Savannah's Historic District, you'll find The Harper Fowlkes House, a warm and inviting mansion that was built in 1842.  With beautiful furnishings, mesmerizing architectural features and a spacious garden, the house is perfectly suited for smaller weddings maxing out at 120 guests.  Here, you can enjoy an open-air reception under the watchful eye of the stately home.  Take a peek at Laura + Jason's Harper Fowlkes House wedding, to see just what we're loving about this venue!

Laura + Jason's  Harper Fowlkes House wedding  by Donna Von Bruening

Laura + Jason's Harper Fowlkes House wedding by Donna Von Bruening


If you're looking for a venue with a fun, eclectic vibe, then Soho South Cafe is your girl.  Conveniently located at near the corner of Liberty and Bull Streets, the event space offers high ceilings, a wall of antique doors and shudders, unique lighting fixtures, a black and white checkered dance floor and large windows that usher in plenty of natural light.  Not to mention the staff's on-site event team and culinary staff make for an effortless (and tasty!) event.  Check out Cayla + David's Soho South wedding from Casey Brodley to see just what we're talking about!

Cayla + David's  Soho South Wedding  by Casey Brodley

Cayla + David's Soho South Wedding by Casey Brodley


Just outside of Savannah, in Richmond Hill, you'll find the majestic Ford Plantation that sits on the banks of the Ogeechee River.  You may remember the exquisite estate we recently featured from Tori + David's Orange Ford Plantation wedding.  Once the winter home of Henry Ford, you and your guests will surely be mesmerized by the manicured lawns, regal plantation home and five-star cuisine. It's Georgia luxury at it's finest.

Tori + David's  Ford Plantation wedding  by Donna Von Bruening

Tori + David's Ford Plantation wedding by Donna Von Bruening


Reminiscent of a seaside chapel, The Tybee Island Wedding Chapel should be high on your list if you're looking for a little coastal charm.  Just 18 miles from Downtown Savannah, couples are able to host their ceremony and reception on-site.  The Sanctuary offers beautiful hardwoods and stunning chandeliers to set an elegant tone as you swap your vows.  The Grand Ballroom and Cocktail Lounge make the transition from ceremony to reception an easy one for your guests.  The spacious ballroom, trimmed in gold and cream, showcases eye-catching chandeliers and overlooks the tidewater creek.


This timeless Savannah venue, located on Reynolds Square. is the only 18th century mansion in the Hostess City making it an ideal spot to receive your guests.  Perfect for small and large weddings, The Olde Pink House has options for everyone.  The warm glow of the main room boasts a mirrored wall, impressive bar and lavish chandeliers to set the tone for romantic Lowcountry wedding.  Take a peek at Jennifer + Zach's Olde Pink House wedding to catch a glimpse of the space.

Jennifer + Zach's  Olde PInk House wedding

Jennifer + Zach's Olde PInk House wedding


If you've ever been to Savannah's Riverfront then you've probably spotted the grand Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort & Spa front across the water.  Not only will you enjoy one the best views in Savannah, but the hotel has the perfect outdoor ceremony spot and two elegant ballrooms (The Harbor and Grand Ballroom) which can accommodate even the largest weddings.  But don't take our word for it - check out Ashley + Paul's Westin Savannah Harbor Wedding or Carmen + Mack's and tell us those views aren't amazing!  


If you're looking for a little something different in your Downtown Savannah wedding venue, then we suggest you consider the Georgia State Railroad Museum - it's killer!  Brides + Groom's love the rustic backdrop, exposed brick, historic railcars, rolling stock and unique ceremony locations.  From the Tender Frame Shop to the Machine Shop and our favorite, the Blacksmith Shop, we're certain there is something for everyone at The Georgia State Railroad Museum!

Georgia State Rail Road Museum wedding by  Izzy Hudgins

Georgia State Rail Road Museum wedding by Izzy Hudgins


We were first introduced to The American Legion Post 135 Ballroom thanks to Grace + John's Savannah wedding by Alexis Sweet Photography and we're immediately smitten with the spacious ballroom.  Just steps from Forsyth Park, Post 135 boasts a spacious ballroom to accommodate up to 300 guests, a full service bar and awesome the stage - perfect for your favorite band!  We love how the high ceilings and hardwood floors allow couples a blank canvas as they design their Georgia wedding day.


We first fell in love with Wormsloe Plantation in Volume 1 of A Lowcountry Wedding Magazine where Ashley Seawell Photography teamed up for a romantic afternoon under the oaks in Wormsloe Wanderlust.  We were immediately swept off of our feet by the natural setting and knew it would be a dreamy spot for an outdoor ceremony.  The Plantation, the oldest in Savannah, was established by one of Georgia's earliest settlers and boasts an sublime entrance lined with magical oak trees, so it's no surprise it's one of the most photographed sites in all of Savannah and a memorable way to experience the Lowcountry on your wedding day.


Our first introduction the The Ships of the Sea Museum was thanks to the ladies of Posh Petals & Pearls. They planned and designed Amy + Zach's October affair and it highlighted everything we've come to love about The Ships of the Sea Museum.  From March to June and September to December, The Downtown Savannah location offers an open-air covered reception venue for more than 300 guests and the romantic Scarbrough Garden for an outdoor ceremony.


High ceilings, exposed beams, romantic chandeliers and a Victorian-inspired parlour area... what's not to love about Savannah Station?  Located on Cohen Street, the historic setting offers a 6,000 square foot ballroom (which allows for plenty of dancing and upwards of 400 guests) with a neutral color palette to allow you to leave your own mark on your reception.  Our favorite part - the ornate bar!  We love how Dawn + John utilized the space at their Savannah Station wedding.

Dawn + John's  Savannah Station wedding  by Jeanne Mitchum Photography

Dawn + John's Savannah Station wedding by Jeanne Mitchum Photography


Tucked away on Savannah's Wilmington River on Whitemarsh Island, Savannah Yacht Club boasts enviable waterfront views ideal for an outdoor ceremony, just like at Lindsey + Justin's Savannah Yacht club wedding!  Not only does the private club offer a coastal backdrop, but inside you'll find a cozy atmosphere with dark woods, leather furniture and a large bar - perfect for a fun night of celebrating!

Lindsey + Justin's  Savannah Yacht Club wedding  by Erin Rene Photography

Lindsey + Justin's Savannah Yacht Club wedding by Erin Rene Photography