Venues

Thatch Winery

Posted by on Jun 22, 2021 in Uncategorized, Venues, Weddings | 0 comments

Thatch Winery

 I know I keep writing about venues, but there are sooo many of them in the vicinity of Charlottesville.   Thatch Winery is another.  It is a short 22 minute drive from Charlottesville and   Is one of a half-dozen wineries clustered … Read More

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Monte Ventoso, Wedding Venue

Posted by on Jun 21, 2021 in Featured, Venues, Weddings | 0 comments

Monte Ventoso, Wedding Venue

Dear Engaged Couple,

      Monte Ventoso. Let that name roll off your tongue a few times.  There’s a poetry to it, don’t you think?  Monte Ventoso.  It means Windy Mount in Italian, and I suppose the villa of that name … Read More

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Glenthorne Farm’s FREE Elopement Package!

Posted by on May 17, 2021 in Venues | 0 comments

Glenthorne Farm’s FREE Elopement Package!

Introducing new Events and Wedding Venue in Central Virginia. It is Glenthorne Farm and guess what? In celebration of its opening, this spectacular venue is giving away an elopement package to one lucky couple. That package is valued at over … Read More

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A dramatic wedding at Barboursville Vineyard

Posted by on May 28, 2019 in Religion and spirituality, The Wedding Service, Venues, Weddings | 0 comments

A dramatic wedding at Barboursville Vineyard

My goodness, was Saturday a dramatic day. And yes, the drama happened at a wedding at Barboursville Vineyard in Orange County, Virginia. It happened like this:

The bride and groom, a truly lovely … Read More

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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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