Savannah, Georgia is the oldest city in the Peach State and was an important part of Colonial America. So it is a place that exudes historical significance and is one of the South’s most popular cities to host a wedding. Having the ceremony in Savannah makes the wedding itself feel like an important historical event. And it should be! A wedding ceremony is a landmark event in one’s life, as personally potent as any in Savannah’s storied history.
Doesn’t that sound nice? A ceremony that is immersed in the city’s storied history? A ceremony that is surrounded by important architecture? All of this adds an element of deeper significance to the exchange of heart vows – a mixture of historical charm and contemporary elegance.
Consider exchanging those vows in a historic venue, such as the Brockington Hall Inn and Event Venue, Charles H. Morris Center at Trustees’ Garden, Dub’s Pub, Kennedy Pharmacy or The Ford Plantation. There is really so much to choose from in Savannah, even if you’re not looking for a historic venue.
History is always changing, but it is nice to soak it in sometimes, especially for an event like a wedding. Rabbi Lebow is very familiar with the intricacies of Savannah and would be the perfect candidate for your Jewish, interfaith or same sex wedding. Call him today!