Savannah is a beautiful city with a rich and storied history. It’s also one of the few places in the country where you can walk the streets and feel the history of the place. Savannah is primarily divided into 3 areas: The Historic District (from the river to Forsyth Park), and then Midtown/Southside (including the malls, Georgetown, and the marshes on that end). From a history and attraction standpoint, the historic district really garners the most interest, and that’s also the location of Brockington Hall, the property I’m sharing with you today.
Brockington Hall, located on Hall Street one block away from Forsyth Park, is one of those places where you can wander the halls and rooms and feel events, parties, and lives past. With antiques and furnishings acquired over a span of lifetimes, it’s a beautiful property, and very easy to imagine the festivities there in the 1800’s and early 1900’s. With uncommonly high 14′ ceilings and spacious elegant rooms, it’s a great location for events with less than 200 people. There are 3 different primary entertaining rooms to dance, eat, mix & mingle in, and a 3 other rooms across the hall that can be used for dressing rooms, quiet rooms, or conversation rooms. There’s a catering kitchen on the other side of the house near the antique (working) elevator, and a study/library between the dining/buffet room and the main ballroom. In other words, with 4,000 feet of space on the parlor floor there is plenty of room to accommodate almost any elegant destination or local wedding.
The property is beautiful and well maintained, as expected with any Savannah Wedding Venue, but a difference with Brockington Hall is flexibility with vendors. They allow you to choose your own caterer and bar (basic requirements of insurance, etc…), allowing you to save a potential fortune without compromising quality, or even upgrading quality if you choose that route. The location is wonderful, located a block from Forsyth Park and all the photography benefit that entails, and the property affords many unique settings for photography as well.
I appreciate the Mundell’s allowing me to participate in events there and giving me a few minutes on a rainy afternoon to take these shots. If you’d like to see more information, click here.
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