Imagine starting your life together in a house full of a rich history dated all the way back to 1837. This home is filled with timeless treasures with just enough modernization to keep you and your guests comfortable and feeling like the southern royalty that built this home in the first place. Warm up by one of the many fireplaces while enjoying the breathtaking mountain views out the windows. Two industrial kitchens, two ballrooms, and a garden space fit for 200 guests are sure to accommodate your friends and family and leave them feeling as though they’ve been to another era.
I recently had the opportunity to visit Rabun Manor in Dillard, Georgia and by the time we had been given the tour by the fabulous events coordinator (and owner!), Nancy Childress, I was left feeling like I had just walked onto a movie set. If Luke hadn’t been with me (and the kids not waiting to be picked up at school!) I don’t know that I would have left. This house is breathtaking and struck me as the perfect combination between Gone with the Wind and Father of the Bride. Everything about it just screams ‘get married here!’. Nancy even showed us some of her plans for future ceremony locations and let me just tell you, this lady doesn’t plan on slowing down any time soon. She is constantly improving the already immaculate home and working to make every single detail of your wedding day an absolute dream. If I had it to do over again, I would get married here just so Nancy could help me plan it, ha!
*These tours are my own opinions and I have not been compensated in any way for sharing this information.
Here is my honest review of Rabun Manor.
I also did a couple live videos while here as there was just so much to show so be sure to scroll to the bottom to see those! 🙂
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