Kiawah Weddings Charleston, SC
Kiawah Island, One of the pretties most secluded affluent community in Charleston South Carolina, it all started in 1670 Cassique of the Kiawah indians brought english colonist to Charlestown. In 1782 General Nathaniel ranges truce for american officers to use Kiawah for rest, at Gibes Plantation. In 1802 Vandershorst home rebuilt for cotton production. Then in 1815, Elias Vanderhost inherits Kiawah Island, in 1862 the Civil war, then in 1864 Union troops almost demolish the plantation home, witch then in 1900 Adele Vanderhorst purchases the gifts property, in 1950 C.C. royals purchase Kiawah,. in 1974 the heirs of C.C. royals sell Kiawah to Kuwait Investment. Then finally in 1976 Real Estate begins,The resort is owned by Virginia Investment Trust Richmond, Virginia). They built The Sanctuary Hotel, which was part of the original 1970's development plan, and they made the decision to close the old Kiawah Island Inn Turtle point golf course built in 1981, Osprey Point Golf Course is designed.Incorporated in 1988, the Town of Kiawah Island operates as a Mayor-Council form of government. The Town takes an active role in managing the natural resources of Kiawah Island. Unfortunately in 1989 Hurricane Hugo hits Charleston,Sc, in 1995 Kiawah Island Club River Course is designed, and in 2000 Kiawah island, Cassique Course is also designed, while in 2004 Freshfield village is started and the Sanctuary hotel opens, and finally in 2013 the town of Kiawah announces to South Street Partners of Charlotte North Carolina.
Situated on a beautiful coastal island just 21 miles from Charleston is Kiawah island a private gated community, a barrier island with a maritime forest and 10 mile beach dedicated wildlife that is also known as one of the best secluded wedding destination in the country. The Sanctuary is one of the busiest hotel for wedding by offering the Grand Oaks Ballroom overlooking the Atlantic ocean, Terrace Ballroom, Heron Room, and the beautiful grand lawn, while footstep to the Beach. As for the golf resorts, Mingo Point on Kiawah River Course a luxurious clubhouse positioned among the rolling golf course and waters of the Lowcountry retreat., while Osprey Point Golf Clubhouse offer a private lagoon, Turtle Point has a Lovely ballroom, to Ocean Course Clubhouse, on the 18th green. All amenities to make your wedding amazing by offering spa treatment, AAA Five star hotel, for a true secluded southern charm wedding.