Built in 1840, Scottish tailor Archibald Leslie built the Leslie-Alford-Mims House as a wedding gift for his bride, Isabelle Rogers, whose carved initials you can still see inside the home. Considered a historic Holly Springs landmark and listed on the Nation Register of Historic Places, the Leslie-Alford-Mims House boasts southern elegance and charm.
With original hardwood floors, shimmering chandeliers and breezy southern porches, the Mims House is a picturesque setting in Downtown Holly Springs for any special occasion. Our open vendor policy allows you to create a truly personalized event.
With a decade of experience in the wedding industry, business partners Brooke Everhart and Priscilla Erwin teamed up to restore and revitalize the Leslie-Alford-Mims House. As partners, you benefit from working with a creative and talented duo who are passionate about well-orchestrated and beautifully designed events. You’ll experience a unique and personable approach as Brooke and Priscilla strive to build meaningful relationships in an atmosphere of serenity and grace.
The Mims House supports every couple’s right to marry and delight in the opportunity to be a part of every couple’s special day. We treat every couple equally, regardless of their sexual orientation, gender identity, race, ethnicity, religion or budget.
With years of experience in the wedding industry, business partners Brooke Everhart and Priscilla Erwin teamed up to restore and revitalize the Leslie-Alford-Mims House.