Hollybourne Cottage was built in 1890. You can truly see why this breathtaking venue is so “eye catching” in it’s overall architectural design and grand appearance. The overall design definitely depicts architectural features reminiscent of bridges and steamboats, and it’s not surprising being that the owner and designer of this home, Charles Steward Morris built some of the the most beautiful bridges during his time and prior to that worked on steam ships.
This Jekyll Island Wedding Venue with over-the top architecture truly has to be one of my favorite venues visually from the outside. I was small I’ve always been fascinated with bridges and architectures, thanks to my major, “Interior Design” in college.
- It’s inexpensive to rent to have an outdoor wedding.
- It’s in close proximity to another very popular wedding venue on the island, so for larger weddings, this spot makes it super convenient to have your cocktail party and wedding reception .
- Perfect for up to 60 guests.
- You can’t access the inside due to the history of the building.
- There are two oversized plants that sit directly in the front of the building, which lends itself for more of a creative set up with the ceremony, but none the less it works and it’s beautiful!
If you’re interested in having your wedding here at this unique tabby style cottage with a midcentury modern vibe, email us today! We’d love to help you plan and design your dream event! Now, I’m literally running out of the office, to have our very own event here..so if you aren’t currently following me on instagram, be sure to @emilyburtondesigns so you can see live behind the scenes photos and videos of our wedding this weekend at Hollybourne in Jekyll Island Georgia.