The Gadsden House wedding venue is an antebellum manor located in Charleston, South Carolina. Built in 1798, The Gadsden House is a lovely location for couples who want their wedding in the city of Charleston and are looking for a historical, elegant setting. The four-story brick and stucco manor house has reception and ceremony spaces indoors and outdoors.
The first floor of the Gadsden House has bathrooms, a split ballroom and access to an outdoor veranda. The ballrooms can be used in combination with one another separately for smaller parties. The ballroom on the first floor has a fireplace and large windows letting in the natural light. The first-floor veranda leads out to the courtyard.
The second floor of the house has two large ballrooms with high ceilings and sparkling chandeliers. The soft white walls are offset by the polished hardwood floors. The second floor has a balcony veranda where guests can take in the fresh air and look down into the courtyard. The veranda also has views of the Charleston, South Carolina skyline.
Outside, The Gadsden House wedding venue has beautiful grounds. The walled-in courtyards are lovely spaces for the exchange of vows and can also be used for receptions. The wedding party can enter the aisle from the converted carriage house and exchange vows surrounded by palm trees and magnolia hedges. Couples can choose to use a tent or two, in the courtyards. The courtyards can hold up to 200 guests. Source: TheKnot.com