Columbia, MS Weddings

9 Wedding Ceremony Sites

WedFolio lists 9 ceremony sites serving Marion County, MS, including Columbia, Sandy Hook, Foxworth, and Kokomo, Mississippi.

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Featured Ceremony Sites Serving Columbia:

1  Benedicts Plantation

Mandeville Ceremony Site

Benedict’s Plantation was founded in 1991 by Chef Benedict Deluzain and his wife Shirley, restaurateur pioneers for the Northshore. The facility offers two different locations for elegant receptions or social events, along with a serene garden, French Quarter courtyard and gazebo for private ceremonies. The graceful Plantation home can accommodate up to 125 guests for romantic receptions and the grand Ballroom can accommodate up to 300 guests reception style.

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2  Galloway U.M.C. - Jackson, MS.

Jackson Ceremony Site

A wedding is one of the happiest and most sacred moments in a lifetime. Galloway rejoices with you and is eager to help make the occasion of the wedding beautiful and memorable. In making plans, it should be remembered that the wedding ceremony itself is a worship service and is the most sacred part of the occasion.

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3  Magnolia Plantation

New Orleans Ceremony Site

Magnolia Plantation will make your special day a truly memorable and successful event. Our 15,000 square foot facility, located in the heart of Elmwood, is able to accommodate groups of 100-1200 guests. Our 1200 square foot dance floor and experienced DJ will have your guests "dancing the night away"? Crystal chandeliers, white linens and chair covers, and glowing candle centerpieces provide a romantic and elegant setting for this most important affair.

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