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Founders Hall – Modern Venue in a Natural Setting

Drive into Charles Towne Landing and you will experience one of the most romantic and scenic places around.  Live Oak trees dripping with Spanish moss line the roadway and every now and then reveal glimpses of marsh and wildlife.

Tucked inside of Charles Towne Landing is Founders Hall.

A few reasons why we love Founders Hall:

  • Beautiful and quintessentially Southern
  • Lounge area with lots of ambiance
  • Lovely courtyard perfect for an intimate ceremony
  • The great room can accommodate up to 300
  • It comes with tables and chairs!
  • A fully equipped catering kitchen
  • Large screened porch with wood burning fireplace
  • It is a LEED-certified, eco-friendly venue; one of the only in Charleston!

Want more inspiration?  Check us out on Pinterest.

Wondering how to host your next event here?  Contact Lowcountry Park Venues!

Posted: March 17, 2014
Tags: Charleston Wedding, Eco-friendly, General, Nature

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Putting a Spin on Tradition

Because we at Blue Planet Green Events take pride in putting our own spin on “traditional” weddings, we thought it might be fun to show you how to do the same with popular wedding traditions.

The unity candle is a somewhat recent tradition that has quickly become a popular way for couples, and their families, to signify that they are now a unified pair. We love the idea of what the unity candle represents so we teamed up with some of our couples to throw an alternative spin into the mix. Here are a few ways that our couples have incorporated personal touches into their unity celebration:

One of our couples, Amber & Jared, decided on a unity painting.  During their ceremony, both sets of parents and the bride and groom poured paint on the canvas.  As the paint flowed it created a beautiful reflection of family ties.  This canvas now hangs in their home as a reminder of their ceremony.

While another couple, Jennifer & Brad, chose to symbolize their union through a tree watering ceremony. Both the mothers and the bride and groom watered the tree, symbolizing that it takes the support of family to nurture growth.  This magnolia tree was planted in their yard to grow along with their marriage.

These are just a couple our favorites! Hopefully this inspires a creative way to symbolize your union as a unique couple. If you have any unique spins, feel free to share them with us on our Facebook page or below in the blog comments.


Posted: October 8, 2013
Tags: Charleston Wedding, Eco-friendly, Engaged, Nature

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