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It’s important that your wedding venues reflect who you are, and Greenwood has plenty of options. Backgrounds for photography are abundant here — whether it’s for your save-the-date card or wedding portraits. Check out the “more info” link for a sampling of just a few of the options.

The Historic Elks Building in downtown Greenwood is a beautifully restored gem. It was used as a scene in “The Help” movie as the site of the Junior League benefit and since undergoing a dramatic renovation and reopening in 2013 it has been used for everything from rehearsal dinners to wedding receptions and even wedding ceremonies. Its two floors can be easily transformed into many different arrangements and looks and it features a full catering kitchen and rentals.

The Alluvian Hotel offers not only a perfect place for your guests but The Alluvian Spa has all you need for a day of pampering for your bridal party. There’s a sunroom where you all can gather between mani-pedis massages and facials. The spa also offers Amy Head makeup application for the wedding day.

If rustic is more your style Tallahatchie Flats is a row of sharecroppers’ cabins that have been converted to lodging options for those who want to experience some different.

Delta Bistro Pub is our cosmopolitan corner of the world. With bright white and gleaming silver decor it can add glamour to any occasion. James Beard nominee and chef Taylor Bowen Ricketts and her team are in a space that is worthy of the food she creates.

Built in 1925 Keesler Bridge is one of Greenwood’s iconic structures that seems made for interesting photo sessions. It spans the Yazoo River and a beautiful golden glow is provided by the late afternoon sun.

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