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Browsing wedding venues is among the very first steps of planning your big day. But with so many wedding venues to choose from, how do you find The One? First, consider the style of venue you’d like: Garden or beach? Ballroom or barn? Then, read reviews of wedding venues in your desired city and select a few to tour in person. Happy venue hunting!
Toccoa Falls is a 186 foot, free-falling waterfall located on the campus of Toccoa Falls College. Toccoa Falls serves as a beautiful and unique back drop to wedding ceremonies, elopements, and pictures. The trail to the Falls is a short 100 yard walk from Gate Cottage, with a canopy of trees... (Wedding Venues Toccoa Falls)
Chattooga Belle Farm is a rustic-style wedding venue located in Long Creek, South Carolina. This 138-acre working farm is situated in the breathtaking Blue Ridge Mountains near the Chattooga River. They provide both indoor and outdoor settings for your ceremony and reception. Chattooga Belle Farm... (Barn & Farm Weddings Long Creek)
The Lighthouse Restaurant & Event Center is a rustic-style wedding venue located in Seneca, South Carolina. Situated on beautiful Lake Keowee, this full-service venue offers couples and their guests gorgeous views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. They provide both indoor and outdoor options for your... (Banquet Halls Seneca)
Edgewood Farm is a wedding venue nestled in Townville, South Carolina. Situated near the shore of Lake Hartwell, this idyllic retreat boasts 28 beautiful acres. With its upscale decor, beautiful green spaces, and delightful facilities, this getaway is perfect for soon-to-be newlyweds who desire a... (Barn & Farm Weddings Townville)
Mill Pine is an outdoor wedding venue in the Upstate of South Carolina. This beutiful 353 acre property is located 12 minutes from Clemson and 35 minutes from Greenville. The picturesque setting is perfect for a celebration with rural charm. The feature ceremony location is an old homesite. The... (Barn & Farm Weddings Liberty)
Located in Sunset, South Carolina, Arabella Farm provides a rustic and luxurious event space for weddings and other milestone occasions. Surrounded by the Appalachian Mountains, this venue features orchards, vineyards, and a waterfall, all of which make for dazzling backdrops for photos on your big... (Barn & Farm Weddings Sunset)
The Club at Brookstone makes for an amazing wedding experience at an extremely affordable price! This beautiful venue is located in Anderson, SC - just a few minutes south of Greenville. As a family-owned operation, we are here day and night to provide for our brides and grooms with indoor and... (Country Club Weddings Anderson)
Bent Creek Farm is a rustic barn venue for couples’ weddings in the greater Belton, South Carolina area. This Christian wedding venue features polished country-chic spaces for couples’ weddings both indoors and out in nature. Couples will find this farm located approximately 50 minutes south of... (Barn & Farm Weddings Belton)
Greenbrier Farms is an elegant, full service farm and wedding venue offering multiple package optionss, conveniently located in Easley, South Carolina, just 20 minutes from downtown Greenville. You can choose from multiple ceremony locations on this picturesque property, then dance the night away in... (Barn & Farm Weddings Easley)
Zen is a unique and modern wedding venue located in Greenville, South Carolina. This elegant space is a mix between a wine bar and an art gallery. Their creative space is stylish, functional and efficient, and can accommodate both casual and formal affairs. Zen boasts 15,000 square feet of both... (Banquet Halls Greenville)
The Huguenot Mill and Loft is a historic wedding venue located in downtown Greenville, South Carolina. This unique textile mill was built in 1882, and is one of Greenville’s oldest standing structures. It’s since been restored, and made into a six-acre complex overlooking the Reedy River. The... (Historic Weddings Greenville)
In the Cherokee language, Toccoa translates to beautiful. It is believed that the Cherokee people migrated south from the Great Lakes thousands of years ago and landed in present day Georgia. In particular, the Toccoa Falls area is filled with rolling hills and lush trees. Immersed within these natural wonders are charming waterfalls, which includes the Toccoa Waterfall. The natural beauty frequently attracts nature lovers from surrounding areas, some of which are wedding parties and happy couples.
The breathtaking Toccoa Falls stands at 186 feet tall with free-flowing water calmly pouring from above. It is also easily accessible by walking on a 100-yard trail through the forest. Couples have adorned this spectacular site with flowery arbors and aisle seating. Though the area can be personalized with various decor, having a picturesque backdrop definitely has its advantages. The waterfall and surrounding foliage easily offers natural decor that can be appreciated for its purity. This is a great way to help save on the wedding budget and use the funds to instead pay for other lavish items such as wedding attire, cakes, and caterers. If couples would still like to incorporate personalized decorations, natural greenery and flowers compliment the environment while still allowing the waterfall to shine.
A two hour drive north-east of Toccoa Falls is a place equally as beautiful with natural waterfalls. Greenville, South Carolina is a large city in comparison to the quaint town of Toccoa Fall. This location is great for those who still enjoy the comforts of a large city, but still desire a waterfall wedding. Greenville has numerous parks with waterfalls, suspension bridges, and gardens that can offer a stunning backdrop for wedding celebrations. The city is also home to a mixture of rustic and lavish wedding venues that can be booked for the reception celebrations.
Toccoa Falls is located in an area with a temperate climate which brings warm summers and chilly winters. For an outdoor wedding by the waterfall, a warmer time of year is the time to visit. Between late April and early October, temperatures generally range from 60 to 80 degrees. There is also a 30 to 40 percent chance for precipitation in the area, so being prepared with some fashionable umbrellas can be handy. They can also double being used as a prop to create a romantic photograph under the waterfalls, for those who don’t mind a spontaneous dip into the pool of water.
Consider creating an emergency hair and makeup kit and opt for a comfortable shoe with small heels.
The rain is a great time to create dreamy photographs that have a natural haze from them. The rain also adds a natural vibrancy to rocks and greenery which enhances their appearance in photographs. Even Hollywood movies use this trick to create environments with a vivid appearance.