This Mediterranean and Tuscan-inspired winery is gorgeous for a wedding, no matter the season! With a ballroom, patio, wine cave and barrel room, there are plenty of spaces to incorporate into your big day...and they're all so beautiful, you'll definitely want to! Plus, with the abundance of flowing wine, you won't have any trouble keeping your wine-loving guests happy.
A gorgeous estate, Whitehall makes an impression immediately, with its white-columned entrance and century-old trees dotting the landscape. The 200-year-old manor is remarkable in of itself, but the charming and intimate gazebo makes for a fantastic outdoor wedding setting. It's all set against the Northern Virginia countryside and Blue Ridge Mountains, for a mix of both historically rustic and elegant.
A rustic and romantic Virginia wedding venue, The Barns at Hamilton Station Vineyards was the perfect spot for an outdoor ceremony, followed by a fun-filled reception. The 106-year-old restored stone and wood barn is a charming representation of beautiful Loudoun County. Plus, you won't want to miss bridal party and bride and groom photos with the silo or the vineyards (or both!) in the background.
Set against a beautiful backdrop of Maryland mountains, Springfield Manor is a perfectly idyllic wedding setting regardless of the season. The estate, built in 1774, features a magnificent ballroom to accommodate even the largest weddings. Beyond, the private suites are immaculately adorned, for those not-to-be-missed pre-wedding photos with your bridal party. However, possibly the best part of this venue is the outdoors, where the 130 acres provide not only a pristine arbor to grace your ceremony space, but also romantic lavender fields and a lush vineyard.