• A Savannah Wedding Package for up to 20 Guests • For brides and grooms looking for more than an elopement, but less than a big, formal wedding, The Gastonian has a new Savannah wedding package. It’s called the Romantic Garden Wedding Package, and it’s […]
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Savannah, GA – January 2017 – The Kehoe House has been recognized as a winner in the Small Hotel and Romantic Hotel categories of the 2017 TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice awards. The honor names The Kehoe House as the 12th Top Small Hotel and the 11th […]
A Savannah Elopement Package can save you time, money and stress. It can also be incredibly fun, beautiful and romantic. But some couples hesitate, concerned that friends and relatives might feel left out. The good news is that eloping doesn’t have to mean limiting the day to just the two of you. It’s a celebration, and at The Marshall House, your friends and family are invited!
Here’s a look at how you can enjoy a Savannah Elopement Package with friends included at The Marshall House.
Our Savannah Elopement Package Includes up to 20 Guests
If you’d like your parents, siblings and a few close friends to be there on the special day, a semi-private Savannah “elopement” at The Marshall House really is perfect for you. You can invite up to 20 guests to join you on the hotel’s iconic Verandah for your elopement wedding. It’s unique, very Savannah and a lot of fun for small weddings!
Reserve Guest Rooms on the Balcony
Your wedding party and guests will be assigned to the six Broughton Balcony King rooms and one suite, The Mary Marshall. These rooms are truly among the best rooms in the house. Hardwood floors, tall ceilings, authentic historic doors and details make these rooms extra special. But the best part is that only the key-holders to those seven balcony rooms are able to enter and exit the Verandah via the large windows that open from the guest rooms. Each window has a top latch to hold the window up safely while you climb over the window ledge onto the Verandah. It’s private, exclusive and very unique!
Have Your Ceremony (or First Look) on The Verandah
The Marshall House’s 120-ft Verandah is a detailed replication of the original wrought iron balcony that was added to the hotel in 1857. It spans the entire front of the hotel overlooking Broughton Street. It’s an ideal place for your wedding ceremony, or a “first look” if you decide to say your vows in one of Savannah’s squares. Either way, this private porch with its wrought-iron tables and rockers is all yours for the duration of your stay.
Want to learn more about having your wedding on the Verandah at The Marshall House? Talk to our experienced event coordinator who is always happy to help you manage the details, or visit our website to book online.
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US News & World Report Travel recently ranked Savannah as the nation’s #5 Best Romantic Getaway. With that kind of endorsement, a romantic Savannah getaway should definitely be in your plans! Here are six historic Savannah inns that specialize in romantic Savannah getaways. The Kehoe House […]
Savannah was recently voted one of the most Romantic Cities in the United States, so Valentine’s Day is a very popular time for the historic inns and B&Bs in the Bed and Breakfasts of Savannah collection. Guests who are staying with us are already asking […]
Savannah’s a romantic place. You’ll find signs of it everywhere — marriages in the squares, proposals by the fountain, couples in horse drawn carriages — it’s quite easy to see the love in Savannah. But there’s a little-known sweet sign of love at The Gastonian that’s uniquely special, just for our guests, and it changes every week.
It’s a simple little fountain — a tall, terracotta pot, over-flowing with water, surrounded by smooth dark stones, in one of the Inn’s private gardens. What makes it so special is that it’s become the place for newly married couples to leave their mark at The Gastonian. With metallic pens, just-married couples are personalizing a garden stone, and leaving it at the fountain in honor of their private wedding ceremony at The Gastonian. The Inn sprays the decorated stones with a protective coating, and they’re set out in the fountain for everyone to enjoy.
Of course, the stones are inscribed with the couples names and ceremony dates, but what’s even more special is seeing the other things — phrases and words to songs — they add to their stone. “Fairy Tales do Come True,” is one message. “Are You Gonna Kiss me or Not,” is another.
The Gastonian has been collecting these “love stones” for about a year now. Next time you visit the inn, take a few minutes to read the messages on the stones. Its a sweet reflection of love and romance in Savannah, and we promise it will make you smile.