5 Reasons to Get Married at this Tybee Island Wedding Chapel

Choosing a venue for your big day can be tricky. Whether you’re tying the knot in your hometown or having a destination wedding, location is everything. Luckily, getting married at the Tybee Island Wedding Chapel is a dreamy choice. 

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It's Famous!

Built for the film “The Last Song,” Disney gifted this chapel to the Tybee Island Historical Society who moved it to its current location after filming wrapped. One of the movie’s most pivotal scenes features the wedding chapel as the Baptist church that catches fire (don’t worry – it has since been repaired!).

Photo courtesy of Sara D Harper


It's so close to the beach

Is there anything more romantic than sneaking off for a barefoot walk after saying “I do”? The Tybee Island Wedding Chapel is just a quick jaunt away from the beach, so newlyweds can enjoy a private moment after the ceremony.

Photo courtesy of Apt. B Photography


The ballroom is fit for royalty

Appointed with chandeliers, archways and a grandiose stairway entrance, this ballroom is anything but plain. It’s spacious and well-lit, and it’s even equipped with a huge retractable projector screen and large kitchen for caterers.

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Photo courtesy of Anna K Photography


The grounds are waterfront

Switch it up with a few photos in front of the lush marshlands located directly behind the chapel. It’s like having two venues in one!

Photo courtesy of Mark Williams Studio


Did we mention the chapel is dreamy?

Reminiscent of a seaside chapel, the visible beams and tall windows stream in tons of glorious, natural light. The double doors make for a grand entrance, too.

At a glance:

Venue capacity: 151-200

Price range: $$ – affordable

Settings: Ballroom, waterfront grounds, cocktail lounge, bridal suite and groom’s quarters, chapel, balcony, double outdoor staircases

Handicap accessible: yes

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