Get an exclusive peek into the world of Patrick Properties — we share a few of our favorite moments from recent events and happenings.
In the South, the Kentucky Derby is so much more than just a horse race. It’s old-time charm and genteel tradition, seersucker suits and sundresses, mint juleps and warm Southern drawls… and the best excuse for a springtime celebration if ever we did declare!Read full article
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When you’re searching for your perfect wedding and reception venue, there’s only so far you can go from magazine photos, Pinterest boards and website searches. Because really, it’s all about that moment where you just know, “Oh my gosh, this is it! This is the one!” (reminiscent of the feeling that brought you two here in the first place, no?).Read full article
We’ve spotted more than a few fashion trendsetters across Patrick Properties’ historic South Carolina wedding venues this season (ahem, that blue floral dress at Lowndes Grove Plantation?), so when Charleston Fashion Week finally arrives, there’s no runway we relish more than Saturday’s most anticipated event: The Spring Bridal Show.Read full article
Sports fan or not, we can all agree that a competitive spirit has gripped the psyche of the nation, at least for the next two weeks. Upsets, buzzer beaters, and comebacks- there is nothing quite like the hype of yesterday’s tip-off to basketball bonanza. And if there is one thing our event pros know, it is the magic of an unpredictable moment.Read full article
In the spirit of St. Patrick's Day, we're bringing a little luck of the Irish to your big day with inspiration from our historic Charleston wedding venues.Read full article
The BB&T Charleston Wine + Food Festival has finally arrived, and Patrick Properties couldn’t be more thrilled to host some of this year’s premier events at two of our most beloved historic Downtown venues. As Chef Nico prepares for a luncheon and dinner showcase alongside James Beard chefs at Fish Restaurant, the William Aiken House opens its doors to Festival sponsors and VIPs, renowned winemakers and acclaimed chefs-turned-cookbook authors.
The song of the South has always been played sweetly by the hands that live, work and play here – and in Charleston especially, you’ll find that Lowcountry pride is a tune all its own.