FOR THE PERFECT DAY, and a lifetime of memories
Professional Photography by Southern Heirloom Photography
Seating for Up to 12 Guests (Guest counts up to 50 guests available as a Customization)
Floral: Bridal Bouquet, Groom's Boutonniere, Ceremony Flowers, Table Centerpieces, Venue Accents
Decor Package Choice - Choose Your Style (Simply show up and enjoy - it's all done for you!)
Recorded Music of Your Choosing
Two or Three Tier Wedding Cake (Customized to Size of Guest Count)
Sparkling Cider Toast for Your and Your Guests
Bridal Portrait Session + Engagement Session
weddings begin begin at 2250
micro-weddings begin at $995
elopements are $350
Congratulations on your engagement! This is one of the most exciting times in your lives!!! For many couples, it's also one of the busiest! Studies show couples spend on average 200-300 HOURS planning their wedding, that's between 25-40 FULL work days. Enter the Thomas House! Our Wedding Collections are designed for busy couples, who still want to customize their wedding, without the hundreds of hours of planning. Let's chat about your perfect day, we'll get to work while you relax, enabling you to show up and be in the moment, without having to deal with the details!
Wedding Collections Include
CHOOSE YOUR THEME AND COLORS, SHOW UP, AND ENJOY
The Thomas House is conveniently located, and easy to get to just off I-77 in the metropolitan Columbia area, in Ridgeway, SC. We're about twenty-five minutes from downtown Columbia, thirty minutes from Irmo or Lexington, ten minutes from Blythewood, and an hour from Charlotte, NC.
The Thomas House has numerous historic features! One of the coolest sits in the backyard. When you visit, note the granite carriage step in the rear yard. Also known as a mounting block, or stepping stone, it was most likely mined at the Kinkade Anderson Mine in Farifield County. This granite step was used to assist ladies entering a horse drawn carriage when the home was built.
Built in 1906
by Mr. Robert
Charleton Thomas, The Thomas House was added to the National Historic Register in 1970. The Victorian architecture is a bit unusal for the surrounding puritan area.