If you’re looking for Wedding Venues in Virginia, you have many options. Virginia is not a large state (it’s the 35th largest in the country), but it is diverse. There are gorgeous mountains, fertile fields, and over 100 miles of coastline. There are remote islands, charming seacoast towns, and grand historic homesteads. Once you’ve both said yes, you’ll need to settle on a wedding venue in Virginia.
If you are drawn to the mountains, consider a wedding in the Blue Ridge Highlands. Hope Springs Farm, in picturesque Floyd County, sits on 100 lovely acres, and Rockwood Manor, 45 minutes west of Roanoke, specializes in weddings and receptions. If you prefer to hear the sound of the surf in the background as you say your vows, host your wedding on the Virginia Eastern Shore; the Bay View Waterfront Bed and Breakfast overlooks Occohannock Creek and the Chesapeake Bay. The Essex Inn, by the Chesapeake Bay, dates back to 1705 and was one of the first homes on the Tappahannock.
Planning for a wedding is an exciting time, whether you’re the bride, the groom, a member of the family or a good friend. There really is no bad choice of wedding venue in Virginia – the most important thing is the commitment.