Featuring a breathtaking ballroom with floor-to-ceiling windows, dual staircases, and ornate iron gate, Hibernian Hall is a larger than life wedding venue that is sure to impress. It is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and is the perfect setting for an extravagant wedding reception.
Hibernian Hall was built in 1840 and was one of the first semi-public buildings built in the Greek revival style in the South.
Since Hibernian Hall does not offer any formal getting ready space on-site, I recommend that clients book a hotel or AirBNB in downtown Charleston that provides plenty of space and ample natural light, so that your hair + makeup team and photographer can spread out and take full advantage of that natural light!
some suggestions for having your wedding at hibernian hall:
Wedding ceremonies are generally done off-site at a local church or outdoor venue. My favorite ceremony locations that are within walking distance to Hibernian Hall are the French Huguenot Church, Washington Square, and the Confederate Home and College Courtyard.
The ballroom at Hibernian Hall is filled with beautiful natural light. Due to it's size, the layout options are endless and it's a great neutral space where a couples' wedding design can really shine!
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