We started checking around a year ago for a spot to have our wedding. We had been engaged for 5 months and it was time to seriously start getting our act together on finding and settling on a spot. The only problem was, everything we found was way out of our price range. We have only a small, tightly knit family and group of friends that we share, so we didn't need a huge ceremony. My fiancee and I wanted to have a somewhat upscale wedding, and a small reception for ourselves and about 25 people. We checked around and really liked Savannah. It was about 6 hours from where we were living at the time, which was a suburb just outside of Atlanta. There was a pretty beach, some excellent restaurants, and some beautiful buildings and history. The scenery was also nice. We finally found a place called the Dresser-Palmer House. It was located on East Gaston Street in Savannah. It is a beautiful establishment built in the 1870s, and it was very impressive for the price range. We stayed in a room called "The Confederate Jasmine". Very romantic. If I had it to do over again, I would go right back. I have very fond memories of the times we had there, the accommodations were great, the people and staff were great, the walks we took were great, and the weather was absolutely beautiful! The house was located in the "Historic District" of Savannah, which is very close to almost anything you could want to see while you are in town. My family and friends who are from the west coast were very impressed. I think we chose a great spot, and I would recommend Savannah, and the Dresser-Palmer House to anyone. It was really romantic. Once the family and friends left town, we stayed there for 1 more week for our honeymoon. We plan to go back for our 5th anniversary to stay again.