Historical Wedding Sites
How amazing is it to experience history and feel like you have gone back in time when attending a wedding? Historical venues bring so much character and charm to every couple on their special day. We would like to show you three beautiful venues that will take you back to different time periods.
The Elms was built in 1836 and was one of the first plantation homes in Alabama. It was purchased by The Waldo family in 2007 and was fully renovated. In 2008, The Elms hosted its first wedding!
The Elms is located in Coosada, Alabama. You must travel down on a very old road, lined with large trees, that hang heavy with spanish moss.
Seriously, it is drop-dead gorgeous!
When you pass through the columns and start down the long drive, you feel as though you have gone back in time.
Once inside The Elms, you and your guests will feel every bit of the luxury of the place.
From the formal parlors, dining rooms and large staircases, there is a beautiful backdrop for every photo.
In the backyard, you’ll find yourself on a vast lawn surrounded by sixty acres of woods.
With such antique style and charm, this gorgeous place is unforgettable!
Contact the wonderful staff at The Elms today to set up a tour and get your wedding booked!
Drum castle was owned by the Irvine
for over 650 years. It is dated back to the 13th Century!
A Scottish stronghold and hunting lodge, Drum is now a spectacular venue for weddings, private parties and corporate entertaining.
One of the recent innovations at Drum has been the creation of an exhibition space, designed to showcase contemporary art within a traditional setting.
The castle’s gardens and extensive grounds provide a stunning backdrop for photography, marquees and outdoor activities.
So many brides dream of a fairy tale wedding. Drum Castle exceeds all expectations for everyone's special day!
Chateauneuf-de-gadagne, Manche, France
Blanche Fleur was a mill of the 14th century that operated with the surrounding rivers that take their source at the resurgence of Fontaine de Vaucluse. The Domain forms an island alone. The spring water that surrounds it is stays cold all year at a temperature of between 12 and 13 degrees.
The mill was run by monks and they needed a place of prayer, hence the presence of the little chapel "Our Lady of Blanche Fleur" who gave his name to the estate. The chapel was restored in 1691.
The guest house was built between the 17th and 18th century.
When the owners bought the estate in 1997, it was in ruins. They then restored it little by little to make today this beautiful guest house. Alot of time and patience to bring it back to life.