It's so weird, those songs that make you stop and actually listen to the words. Well, that happened tonight when I walked downstairs and saw this video on Palladia. I have heard many love songs played at weddings over the years and I believe that this one will definitely make its way onto many bride's playlist. I hope you enjoy as much as me.
Nestled in the Old Village of Mt. Pleasant, SC is a gem of a location for wedding ceremonies and receptions - Alhambra Hall; located at 131 Middle Street.
This space has it all with the lush green lawn, a magnificent view of the Charleston Harbor, and an old oak tree that is perfect for ceremonies. The main building on premise is two stories but it is the 2nd floor that hosts the reception. The space is approximately 3200 sq. feet (40x80) of open hardwood floors and exposed wood beams. Two fireplaces are centered on both side and there are windows that surround the space so that you are able to enjoy the outdoor views. Many guests enjoy the wraparound porch that surrounds majority of the ballroom. If you are worried about space, you can also utilize this porch for bar service, cocktail tables, etc.
There are many great reasons to take a look at Alhambra Hall:
With many of my clients we always try to utilize as much of the property as possible - ceremony outside followed by cocktail hour and then dinner and dancing indoors. Of course with Charleston, the weather is never predictable and a concern for brides would be what to do in case of inclement weather. Depending on the guest count, you could always use the indoor space for both OR there is always the option of renting a tent.
Regardless of your event - rehearsal dinner, wedding ceremony, reception, after wedding brunch - Alhambra Hall is a must see.
Give us a call if you would like to schedule an appointment.
Choosing your wedding venue is extremely difficult especially when there are SO MANY wonderful venues in the Charleston locale.
One of my favorite locations is the South Carolina Aquarium located at 100 Aquarium Wharf. It could be because I spent 3.5 years as their Special Events Sales Manager but I really believe its because it is UNIQUE. A favorite saying while showing this venue was "less is more when it comes to decor" because the venue itself has so much life.
The Carolina Seas, a main focal point in the Great Hall, lends itself beautifully as the backdrop for wedding cakes, sweet heart tables, and food stations. The Great Ocean Tank room has been used for many wedding ceremonies and dancing. The deep ocean view of the Great Ocean tank (pictured above) is wonderful for food displays and stealing kisses. The Riverside Terrace overlooking the Charleston Harbor and the Yorktown is fantastic for an outdoor ceremony or even a cocktail hour.
Not only do your guests get to enjoy your wedding and reception, they also have the opportunity to view the many exhibits of the South Carolina Aquarium. This is added entertainment that you can't get at any other location.
Events are scheduled to begin at 7pm and run til 11pm. Their current pricing structure is as follows:
A $500 refundable damage deposit is also required.
It truly is a magnificent venue that you and your guests will never forget.
Interested in seeing the space? Let me know.