Every city has its memories, but one area in particular holds all of Columbia’s sweetest entries: The Lace House. Located within the Governor’s Mansion Complex and surrounded by timeless gardens, the Lace House has been the go-to destination for state events, weddings, and parties. The historic charm of the old house and the southern hospitality it portrays has been a treasure of Columbia since 1854.
Weddings at the Lace House
Planning months in advance, couples dream of hosting their wedding at the Lace House. Beautiful gardens and the antebellum architecture offer a unique quality that is unrivaled by any other venue in Columbia. Couples will never forget walking down the isle with majestic flowers and lush greenery surrounding them. Breathtaking white tents can be setup to host lovely receptions outside. All your guests will enjoy the sights and sounds of Columbia’s outdoors, creating an unforgettable experience. For more information about hosting your wedding at the Lace House, visit the official website (click here).
The Lace House’s Architecture
Nestled in the historic Arsenal Hill neighborhood, the timeless quality of the antebellum architecture has stood out among residents since Columbia’s earliest days. The spacious gardens and living areas of the house have hosted numerous celebrations, and the upper bedrooms have housed important guests of the governor periodically. The classical southern elements of the home have continually won a place in visitors’ hearts and will continue to do so throughout the years. To view photos of the Lace House, click here.