Historic Jasmine Plantation is an elegant 17th century wedding & event venue located between Richmond and Williamsburg, Virginia.
One word we keep hearing is “wonderful”! Imagine an entire charming Southern Plantation ~ yours to use for the duration of your stay! Enjoy 40+ acres, two romantic gazebos, ceremony pergola, covered porches with rocking chairs, gardens, fountains, and a reflection pool with bridge for use as part of your ceremony.Celebrate your special day at Historic Jasmine Plantation - from intimate ceremonies for two to events for 300+ guests. Available for multiple day/night reservations and for day of weddings and events. Packages include tables, chairs, reception tent, and many other amenities.Deluxe Bridal Suite with up to five additional suites (seven rooms total) available for family and friend with our weekend packages.Magnificent marquee tent is complete with Williamsburg brick flooring, lighting, chandelier, and organza drapery.
Jasmine Plantation, located in historic New Kent County, Virginia, was originally patented by George Morris in 1680. Morris was a surveyor and a friend of George Washington. He was also a member of the Virginia House of Burgesses from New Kent County.
The existing house, built in 1750, is located in front of the original Morris homesite and was used as a headquarters for Gen. Washington's Revolutionary Army on Oct. 8th, 1779. Exercises were performed in the front pasture. Two regiments were documented as performing specific exercises from 9:00 to 11:00 AM and from 3:00 to half past 4:00 PM each day.
Jasmine Plantation at one time consisted of 1,100 acres, being virtually self-sufficient. It stayed in by the Morris family for more than 100 years, until 1850. Henry and Matte Brenneman purchased the property in 1918. Matte was an accomplished artist. A mural in the front stairwell, as well as many paintings produced by Matte, adorn the walls of Jasmine.