Dripping with Spanish moss and Southern charm, Savannah’s graceful architecture and rich history make it the perfect place to visit and use as a base camp for the perfect destination wedding. It’s a destination that rises to the top as a perennial fan-favorite, making it easy to leisurely soak in the gorgeous, tree-lined cobblestone streets and parks perfected only by a stay at the pet-friendly, The Kimpton Brice Hotel

One of my favorite ways to see a city, especially if I’m short on time is to rent a bike and see the sights. In Savannah, I rented a bike and cruised through Savannah’s Historic District, making my way through the tree-lined, old city parks making obligatory stops every time I saw an oak wrapped in Spanish moss. I continued to peel back layers of local history by riding all the way through the world’s longest Live Oak-canopied road to the historic Wormsloe Plantation. Again, more beautiful oaks - can you see a theme here? Before returning to my room for an afternoon siesta, I passed by The Paris Market & Brocante for some antiquing in a retro flea market-inspired setting. The next day, I had an afternoon pick-me-up at the city favorite, The Grey. They have the most gorgeous setting  for a drink and dining experience.

From Southern Living: "Whether you’re looking for waterfront views, lush gardens, or majestic mansions full of history, Savannah is what bridal dreams are made of. Home to local celebrations and destination weddings alike, Savannah’s wedding spaces are a true Southern treasure." 

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