Best Park/Garden wedding venues in South Carolina

Our Curated List of the Top 10 South Carolina Park/Garden Wedding Venues
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    Janie E Furman Rose Garden
    South Carolina, South Carolina
    Looking for that magical place to hold your wedding – a location where every detail fits together? Find all that & more at Furman University…Just minutes from downtown, but clearly a world apart. The Janie Earle Furman Rose Garden at Furman University lends spectacular beauty to intimate, standing-only weddings. Featuring 800 rose bushes, a 19th-century gazebo &
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    Furman University Bell Tower
    South Carolina, South Carolina
    Whether you are an esteemed Alumnus, Greenville native or admirer from the western seaboard Furman University can accommodate all your wedding needs in one convenient location. Voted Best Place to Say ‘I Do’ by Unique Venues in 2014, the breathtaking campus nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains lives up to that achievement.
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    Belfair
    Bluffton, South Carolina
    Nestled in the heart of South Carolina’s Lowcountry lies Belfair Plantation, a dream-like destination wedding setting in the convenient and quaint town of Bluffton, South Carolina. Upon entering the gates at Belfair, you are immediately enchanted with the magnificent half-mile oak-lined drive, dramatic marsh and river views, secluded wetlands and Hidden Lake, a 42-acre chain of freshwater lakes.
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    The Beaufort Inn
    Beaufort, South Carolina
    Beaufort, SC is nationally recognized for its beauty, history, and architecture and its been featured in well known movies such as “The Prince of Tides” and “Forrest Gump,” The Beaufort Inn stands in the heart of Beaufort’s historic downtown making it walking distance to shopping, dining and local attractions.
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    Living History Park
    North Augusta, South Carolina
    Nestled in North Augusta, the Living History Park provides an enchanting wedding venue that perfectly combines rustic sensibilities with natural beauty. Once an abandoned water works, today the Park stands as a gorgeous community park, educational center, and unique setting for saying your “I do’s.
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    Hopelands Gardens
    Aiken, South Carolina
    Wrapped behind a serpentine brick wall and under a canopy of ancient oaks, deodar cedars and magnolias, is Hopelands Gardens. Bequeathed to the City of Aiken by Mrs. C. Oliver Iselin, this 14 acre estate was opened in 1969 as a public garden. Radiating throughout the gardens is a network of paths shaded under 100 year old live oaks.
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    Magnolia Plantation & Gardens
    Charleston, South Carolina
    Imagine a magical wedding day in the lush gardens of Charleston's Magnolia Plantation. This historic plantation was founded in 1676 and is the oldest public garden in America. History mixes with nature's majesty when celebrating at the Magnolia Plantation and Gardens. For those seeking an outdoor wedding ceremony, the Pavilion is a lovely site.
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    The Conference Center At Barefoot Resort
    North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
    This beautiful venue has over 17,000 square feet of event space, onsite parking lot, and is located conveniently next to hotels and major highways, making it a top choice wedding venue in North Myrtle Beach, SC. From lakeside views from the veranda to guests enjoying themselves on dance floor, we offer a variety of options to fit your wedding's needs.
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    The Cliffs at Mountain Park
    Marietta, South Carolina
    The taking of your vows and the celebration of them is one of the most significant events of your life. You have a vision of it; helping fulfill that vision is the calling of The Cliffs. They will help you make every moment and every detail, a loving memory that lives with you for a lifetime. The award-winning culinary and event planning teams are here to help you host your dream day.
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    The Rye Patch
    Aiken, South Carolina
    The Rye Patch Estate is Aiken’s most charming wedding venue. This large, lavish home on the 10 acre estate adjacent to Hopelands Gardens, was the winter home of the Rogers family. The Rye Patch, with its library, sun room, dining room, and two kitchens was designed to host parties for the Rogers family throughout its years in their possession.