Historic Venue Offers Covid-19 Safe Wedding Packages in Raleigh, NC

March 09 21:00 2021
Historic Venue Offers Covid-19 Safe Wedding Packages in Raleigh, NC

Raleigh, NC – With inevitable changes on the horizon due to Covid-19, the Leslie-Alford-Mims House in Raleigh, North Carolina, known affectionately as the Mims House, now offers all-inclusive packages through Mad Dash Weddings to engaged couples. With the unveiling of the property’s all-inclusive and micro wedding packages, the historic venue is generating buzz among the wedding industry as one of the most affordable wedding reception venues in Raleigh, NC.

With completely customizable wedding packages, the dynamic duo at Mad Dash Weddings can tailor each package for the couple including everything from invitations, photography, officiating services, wedding cake, live entertainment, customized catering, and open bar services.

The Mims House’s downtown Holly Springs location sets the stage for convenience and affordability. From indoor winter weddings to outdoor summer celebrations, the historic home’s setting is perfect all year round. The curators have invested personal savings in renovations to restore the home to its original beauty. The Mims House offers a spectacular, light, and airy ballroom that can be customized to fit any theme.

The all-inclusive wedding packages through Mad Dash Weddings offer a single venue for all wedding needs including the ceremony and reception. Couples also receive access to the appointed bridal suites and on-site salon space for hair and make-up. The cost for all-inclusive packages through Mad Dash Weddings can be organized into convenient, affordable monthly payments to accommodate any and all budgets. With raving reviews from past clients, the Mims House and Mad Dash Weddings is the perfect Raleigh wedding venue for couples looking to get married at a historic, Southern venue during Covid-19.

History of the Leslie-Alford-Mims House

The Leslie-Alford-Mims House was built by Scottish tailor Archibald Leslie in 1840 for his bride, Isabelle Rogers, whose carved initials people can still see there. It is a two-story, Greek Revival-style frame dwelling.

The house withstood nearly two centuries and two weeks of Union occupation during the Civil War and served as George Benton Alford’s home, founder of Holly Springs. Additions and modifications were made to the house about 1876 and 1900, and include Colonial Revival style design elements. Alford doubled the home’s floor space, adding a second floor, a widow’s walk, and a ballroom for the fancy parties he favored.

In 1940 the house was passed to Alford’s grandson, Edwin Mims, and his family. Then in 2014, business partners Brooke Everhart and Priscilla Erwin worked together to restore and revitalize the house. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places by The United States Department of the Interior and is a Wake County Historical Landmark.

Leslie-Alford-Mims House is located at 100 Avent Ferry Rd, Holly Springs, NC 27540 For inquiries, contact their team by calling 919-728-0808 or visit their website for additional information.

 

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Company Name: Leslie-Alford-Mims House
Contact Person: Brooke Everhart and Priscilla Erwin
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Phone: (919) 728-0808
Address:100 Avent Ferry Rd
City: Holly Springs
State: NC
Country: United States
Website: https://raleighweddingvenue.com/