There's more to Rhode Island weddings than Newport. South County is a beautiful, versatile alternative that offers venues on the beach, in the woods, on rustic farms, historical museums, country clubs, luxury resorts and more.
The Knot highlights real weddings and here are three real weddings in South County to inspire you as your plan your South County wedding day.
After visiting countless venues, the couple stumbled upon the Towers in Narragansett, Rhode Island, and were blown away by its history, architecture and old-world charm. “It just grooved with us,” Katelyn says. The day started with a ceremony at Point Judith Lighthouse, where the couple exchanged vows in front of the 19th-century structure, with miles of deep blue waves in the distance.
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Even though the couple chose to get married on a farm their love of the water and beach proposal influenced much of their wedding decor. With color palette of blue, green, navy and purple they tied together rustic and nautical elements into the wedding day. They were married at Kinney Bungalow and Sunset farms and they chose it because of the amazing sunsets.
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"We incorporated peacock feathers into everything, from the flowers to the cake, even into our table numbers," Kristyn says. The couple shared a traditional ceremony at the First Unitarian Church in Providence. The reception was held in the country club where Kristyn's grandparents celebrated their 50th anniversary.
The Quidnessett Country Club overlooks beautiful Narragansett Bay and is a picture-perfect setting for a wedding. Learn more about weddings at Quidnessett Country Club. Contact us for help with your South County wedding. View more wedding venues and vendors in South County.