Venues

Wild Wolf Brewery

Posted by on Aug 28, 2018 in Featured, Uncategorized, Venues | 0 comments

Wild Wolf Brewery

Dear Engaged Couple—I know that I am always offering up new venues for you, but I have another!  It is called Wild Wolf, a brewery in Nelson County, not too far from Wintergreen Resort, which is itself a fine venue … Read More

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Pharsalia

Posted by on Jun 8, 2018 in Featured, Venues | 0 comments

Pharsalia

Ok.  I admit it.  I am a sucker for things historic—I went to the College of William and Mary, largely because I loved the history of the place—I have a thing for plantations and Museums, and old churches.  So, I … Read More

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Mount Ida

Posted by on Jan 12, 2018 in Uncategorized, Venues, Weddings | 0 comments

Mount Ida

 

Dear Engaged Couple, I have a new/old venue to recommend to you if you are wanting to marry in the Charlottesville area—an area replete with vineyards and breweries, and of course, sightseeing places like Monticello and the rotunda at … Read More

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The Foundry

Posted by on Sep 19, 2017 in The Wedding Service, Uncategorized, Venues, Weddings | 0 comments

The Foundry

What can I say?  Love, love The Mill at Fine Creek, a fine venue with a history that belies Monticello.  The Mill is built on a ruins—a mill once owned by Thomas Jefferson’s grandfather. What I really love about … Read More

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Staunton

Posted by on Jan 31, 2017 in The Wedding Service, Venues | 0 comments

Staunton

Dear Engaged Couples—

Tomorrow’s February.  This is my slow time of the year.  Happily, though,  I am not just twiddling my thumbs.  During this slow time, I am answering your e-mails, talking with couples interested in using my services, updating … Read More

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History

Posted by on Dec 8, 2016 in Religion and spirituality, Venues | 0 comments

History

You are definitely making history no matter when or where you say your I Dos. Your families will remember your special day, your children will honor it, and your wedding will end up getting recorded on a family tree, somewhere … Read More

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