charleston sea islands
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classic wedding car exit through oak trees in charleston

A sea-island, oak-tree,
chapel-on-a-bluff
style of celebrating.

Families and friends who gather here to celebrate love and life will be among the first to do so in Hope Chapel and The Hall. Both are set near the old homestead at Kiawah River, an ideal waterfront location where all will revel in naturally festive days—under canopies of grand oak trees, and with views across the winding saltwater creek toward Jack Island.

Named for Captain Robert Cole, the first resident of this land in 1698, The Hall is a particularly enchanting portion of the sea island village at Kiawah River perfect for weddings. We invite you to explore the possibilities. We welcome your call for more information.

Hope Chapel

Both sweetly intimate for smaller ceremonies and lovely for larger weddings, the chapel is designed by Glenn Keyes Architects, a Charleston-based firm with a three-decade portfolio that includes downtown Charleston and sea island churches and historic residences including Kiawah Island’s 18th-century Vanderhorst Mansion.

hope chapel rendering at kiawah river development

rendering of the hall event space at kiawah river development

The Hall

A beautiful, versatile gathering place with 360-degree views designed by Glenn Keyes Architects, Napa-based architect J. Howard Backen of Backen, and Gillam & Kroeger Architects. Backen’s work is synonymous with modern, Northern California vineyard style and creating open, free-flowing retreats that connect directly to the outdoors.

Save the Date
for Winter 2020.

*Event date must be
January 2020 or later.
For more information and to
confirm date availability:

events@kiawahriver.com

843-693-3241

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