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Elopements are available for the couple and two witnesses. Elopements take place one Friday afternoon a month. Advance booking is required. Elopements include venue rental, photography, bridal bouquet and boutonniere, sparkling cider toast, and officiant. 

Think of a micro-wedding as an intimate combination of an elopement and a full wedding, for up to 20 guests. Micro-Weddings include venue rental, photography, decor, tables, chairs, linens, floral (bridal bouquet and boutonniere, table centerpieces, ceremony accents), sparkling cider toast, wedding cake and officiant. 

Small Weddings - These intimate weddings are available up to 50 guests.  Small Weddings include venue rental, photography, decor, tables, chairs, linens, floral (bridal bouquet and boutonniere, table centerpieces, ceremony accents), sparkling cider toast, wedding cake and officiant. 

2020 DATES AVAILABLE!

packages begin:
elopements  $350
micro-weddings $995
small weddings $2250

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there are a limited number of 2020 weddings and elopement still available! contact us today to get the ball rolling to plan your perfect day!

Centrally Located

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. 
 


Historic Features

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. 

Historic Register

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. 

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