Our Wedding Venue

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Choosing a venue for our wedding was the most difficult part of the planning process, for me. After deciding that we were going to be married in (or near) my home town of Tallahassee, the search for the perfect place began. After a long few month's, we finally decided on Pebble Hill Plantation in Thomasville, GA.
 

I fell in love the minute we drove through the front gate. Full of rich history and southern charm, I knew our guests would love getting to visit such a beautiful place. It created such a romantic setting for our special day!
The ceremony was held in the front of the main house. The main house is listed on the National
Register of Historic Places. It was initially built in 1850, distroyed by fire and rebuilt in 1936.
The area is surrounded by azaleas, which were in bloom the weekend of our wedding. The house and landscaping created the perfect back drop for our traditional, southern wedding.
 

The reception was held in the Stable Courtyard. Sounded by the carriage house, the original dairy and the stables (complete with horses), the courtyard is one of my favorite places on the plantation. I love all the brick, the iron gates, the fountain and the beautiful trees.
 
We were so happy with our decision to celebrate our wedding at Pebble Hill. We loved everything about the venue and, of course, every minute of the day!

{Images courtesy of: Browne Photography}

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