is in the air as the Kaminski House Museum gears up for a Wedding Soirée
scheduled on Sunday, April 10th from 1 – 4 pm. The lawn of the Kaminski House will feature
photographers, bakers, catering services, and other businesses providing a
variety of wedding services to make wedding dreams come true for couples
planning one of the most important days of their lives.
The event will feature
drawings for some great wedding-related prizes such as a free rental of the
Kathryn and David Kossove Terrace at the Kaminski House (valued at $1,000.00),
accommodations in local VRBOs, discounts on wedding planning services, and
other donated prizes.
event will also feature the latest wedding day fashions presented by Indigo
Blue Design & Events. Other businesses represented in the fashion show include
Balloons By B, Derrian Cooper, Joyce’s Cakes, Two Oaks Bridal Boutique, Salon
314, Shear Perfection Hair Salon, and Men’s Wearhouse.
special exhibition of wedding gowns will be on display inside of the Kaminski
House Museum in April. The fabulous vintage wedding gowns are from the
collection of Melissa Levey, a local collector. The special showing may be viewed with
admission to the Kaminski House Museum during daily tours at 11 am, 1 and 3 pm.
Floral arrangements and tablescapes will be on display and feature the design
talents of local realtor and designer, Kevin Jayroe.
vendors include Ever After Photography, Froth and Bubble Mobile Bar Company, Carolina
Limousine, Debra G’s Catering, Indigo Bakery, Froth and Bubble Mobile Bar
Company, Indigo Blue Design & Events, Kaminski House Museum, Ever After
Photography, MC Light & Sound, My Earthly Essentials, SoCo Grille, Smile
and Reflect Photography, Pawleys Island Bakery, Perfect Moments Photo Booth, and
Wedgefield Country Club. Sponsors for the event include Indigo Blue Design
& Events, MC Light & Sound, and Waccamaw Broadcasting.
“This is always such a fun event and our
vendors on the lawn specialize in creating weddings featuring the romance,
history, and traditions of the Lowcountry of South Carolina,” said Deputy
Director of the Kaminski House Kim Leatherwood.
“We have special performances from Lowcountry Pianist & Company and DJ
Mike Albert of Raise the Roof Myrtle Beach will be rockin’ the lawn for
us. Carolina Limousine will be with us,
and the brides-to-be can take a mini tour of historic Georgetown aboard the
A special stop will be made at Baxter’s Brewhouse
to view the accommodations. If you are planning a wedding for the fall of 2022
or the spring of 2023, you want to be with us for this event. This is our opportunity to show brides how
accommodating our community is for weddings and all the related celebrations.”
for the Wedding Soirée are $20.00.
Tickets may be reserved at KaminskiMuseum.org or by calling the Museum’s
office at 843-546-7706. For more
information visit the Museum’s website or Facebook page.
ABOUT THE KAMINSKI HOUSE MUSEUM
Constructed circa 1769, the Kaminski
House was home to many prominent Georgetown residents. The home’s pre-Revolutionary War
architectural details are an elegant background to the varied interiors that
help bring to life Harold and Julia Kaminski, the home’s last residents. Mrs. Kaminski left the house and its contents
to the City of Georgetown upon her death in 1972. Located at 1003 Front Street, the Kaminski
House Museum is open Monday – Saturday with guided tours at 11 am, 1 and 3
pm. The costs of tickets are $12 for
adults, seniors 65 and over $10 children 6 – 17 and $6, and children under 5
are admitted free.