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Wedding Directory A Complimentary Wedding Planner

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Table of Contents

Setting the Stage


Historic Sites Hotels & Large Inns Resorts & Country Clubs Small Inns & B&Bs Vineyards

Making It Beautiful.

Good Eats


Cakes & Confections Dining & Catering

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Officiants Photographers & Videographers

Event Planners Floral Designs Stylish Rides

You Look Marvelous.

The Gifts

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Beyond the Wedding Excursions

Charlottesville Welcomes Weddings! is your perfect companion to planning your special day! Use our unique multimedia planning tool featuring our exclusive LookBook of beautiful wedding venues, florists, caterers and other local services. Browse tips from premier Charlottesville wedding planner Jennifer Carroll’s weekly blog, enjoy charming wedding stories from UVA alumni, get ideas from local experts, offer your guests great ways to explore the area and more. Planning your Charlottesville wedding has never been so much fun or so easy!


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Congratulations on your engagement and welcome to the Charlottesville Welcome Book Wedding Directory — your guide to all the best resources for celebrations with a dash of Charlottesville style. The publishers of the Charlottesville Welcome Book and I are excited to help you find not only the best resources for planning your dream wedding but also ways to infuse local flavor into your event. As a wedding and event planner for almost 20 years, I've planned festivities from Beverly Hills to my hometown of Charlottesville and been blessed to design hundreds of high-end celebrations. Many of my events have been featured in national publications including, Southern Living Weddings, The Knot, Victoria and many, many more. I’m so happy to share my wealth of wedding expertise with you. Because of all of our amazing natural and historic resources — beautiful gardens, stately homes, romantic vineyards and mountain views — Charlottesville has become one of the South’s most popular wedding destinations. Pair the natural beauty with our talented artisans, and you have all of the ingredients for your perfect day! The vast majority of couples who wed here don’t live here. As Charlottesville’s premier tourism publication, we’ve filled this guide with tips and ideas to help you plan like a local even from afar. Be sure to visit our website,, to peruse our popular LookBook of local vendors, get updates on local happenings and read my blog filled with tips, ideas and more. I can’t wait to get started, so turn the page and let’s begin!





ardens have long provided idyllic settings for a wedding celebration. Personally, I love a garden wedding — nature in all its glory seems to be celebrating your vows with you.

When planning an outdoor ceremony, remember to find out what will be blooming at the time of your ceremony to ensure your colors pair well with the blossoms surrounding you. While an established garden is delightful, it is hardly required. Outdoor garden settings can be stunning, like the one shown here, which took place in a local orchard while fruit trees

were in bloom. Gardens can also be modified or created if necessary. For example, a lawn bordered with lovely landscaping in the perimeter beds can be the scene of many a splendid ceremony. Green grass is the perfect pad for rows of chairs neatly lined before the altar area. Remember that you will need a level bit of ground large enough for your ceremony. How much space will be enough? It is common to allow 8 to 10 square feet per person for a ceremony. If you are having a served meal and want space for a dance floor, then plan to allow 13 to 15 square feet per person. (Dance floors usually require three square feet per person.) I’ve planned weddings in the height of spring and summer when the plants are at their peaks, but I’ve also designed many a ceremony in early spring when the surrounding bushes are mere twigs and not much more. In these cases, we’ve festooned the bare branches with yards and yards of ribbons, dozens of tiny floral nosegays or even dozens of twinkle lights for an evening ceremony. When in bloom, though, these seasons each provide varying visual interests. In late March and early April, you’ll find white and purple crocuses announcing that spring is at hand. Bold yellow will also be everywhere as forsythia shrubs burst forth. Tulips, everyone’s favorite, will of course be upstaging other dormant plants. The later months will bring hydrangeas, peonies, and blooming trees aplenty. Note especially the dogwood trees in April, so loved here in Charlottesville that we host a Dogwood Festival and Parade. Visit Charlottesville’s many gardens and outdoor areas as potential sites for your wedding. Some sites to consider for a traditional garden setting include the UVA gardens, local country clubs and the historic homes of Jefferson, Madison and Monroe — to name a few. For a more rustic retreat, consider our area’s ski resorts or B&Bs, or one of the many parks on Skyline Drive, including Big Meadows.

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Converted barns, which are very popular right now, are charming and intimate for a small ceremony or reception (or both), while sprawling farmland can be the perfect stage for an oversized wedding that indoor venues find hard to accommodate. Add to that country feel by incorporating rustic details like farm tables and benches, galvanized metal tubs as coolers and vintage milk bottles for drinks. Among the most beautiful settings are our area vineyards. As the saying goes, grapes don’t grow in ugly places. The views from, and of, these vineyards are breathtaking year-round. According to, Central Virginia has more than 70 vineyards and cideries, and almost 40 of them are available for weddings. Several of those properties have event spaces that include full catering facilities. Another 15 or so are great for smaller gatherings like picnics or wine tastings with your bridesmaids. If your spring reception will last into the evening hours, temperatures may drop, so be sure ask your event planner about outdoor heaters. Planning summer nuptials? Ask about having fans available, even in the evenings, or consider incorporating handheld fans and parasols into your wedding decor or favors. The beauty of your outdoor wedding will not be lost once the sun sets. Rented arbors and tents, which ensure your guests’ comfort whether they need shade or shelter, are breathtaking when dripping with small bistro lights and lanterns or ringed with torches or luminaries. Whether you are in a pristine garden, on a rustic local farm or in one of our beautiful area chapels, churches or synagogues, I hope that you are inspired by some of these ideas to make your ceremony reflect your unique wedding style.

Setting the Stage

Your Checklist 12 months: Decide on a budget and who will be contributing. 12 months: Plan a site visit to Charlottesville and scout locations for the ceremony and reception. Choose a date and check it with key guests, and then book it as soon as possible! 11 months: Decide on your wedding's approximate size and start compiling a guest list. Create a list as a couple and request lists from both sets of parents. 10 to 12 months: Bookmark and enjoy browsing vendors and stories for inspiration. 6 to 8 months: Reserve a block of rooms in a hotel, inn or B&B for your guests. 4 to 5 months: Book yourself a room for the wedding night. 1 month: Obtain a marriage license at any Virginia Circuit Court Clerk throughout the state. (It doesn't have to be from the court clerk in the location of your nuptials.)

Setting the Stage The dogwoods are blooming and love truly is in the air, so it’s only natural that it’s also wedding season. Every wedding planning guide will tell you that one of your first priorities when planning your wedding is to choose a venue. This gives you not only your location, but also a wedding date to begin planning with. I think a blushing bride is never more at home than in one of Charlottesville’s many gorgeous gardens. The historic gems found tucked around the University of Virginia’s Lawn provide ideal settings — ranging from small gardens suited for intimate nuptials to wider green spaces like the everpopular space behind the Colonnade Club. When choosing a venue outdoors, also consider potential sound interruptions. Look around the area near your desired location in case there are any potential distractions. For example, are there train tracks nearby? Check the local train schedule to be sure there won’t be a train roaring by during your vows. How about an air conditioning unit? Especially at commercial hotels, these can often be quite loud when they click on. Most venues will kindly switch these off during your ceremony to ensure there are no disruptions. Farm animals? You’d be surprised how often neighboring pets and even chickens can pop in unexpectedly at a wedding. Assigning a guest or two in advance to be on the lookout for these barnyard crashers can help to head-off any unexpected disruptions. One of Charlottesville’s most popular churches by far is the UVA chapel, which operates on a lottery system. This concept can be a bit intimidating to many couples, but be encouraged that most get the dates they were hoping for. You may only have to adjust your time for the ceremony a bit.


Here's a Tip! Trying to decide on space heaters and air conditioning? Look to our average tempature lows and highs in Charlottesville to see if you’ll need those space heaters in the tent or if you should stick to an air-conditioned soiree. Rainfall averages will help you decide on your plan B for outdoor ceremonies as well. Average Temperature ( °F) Average Rainfall march low 36 to high 58 3.85 inches april low 46 to high 69 3.40 inches may low 54 to high 76 4.63 inches june low 63 to high 84 4.16 inches july low 67 to high 88 5.32 inches august low 65 to high 86 4.07 inches

Making it Beautiful

Your Checklist 9 to 11 months: Hire a wedding planner, if necessary, and decide on the colors and theme of your wedding. Be sure to keep in mind the decor of the venues you have reserved for your ceremony and reception. 9 to 11 months: Select a nice stationery and order your save-the-dates (to be sent out 6 to 8 months in advance). 9 to 10 months: Research florists and book one. Decide on a floral scheme and choose flowers 4 to 5 months before the wedding. 9 to 10 months: If you've chosen an outdoor ceremony or reception site, look into tent and lighting rentals. Make reservations for rentals (including tables and chairs) 6 to 8 months in advance. 6 to 8 months: Book ceremony musicians and work on a list of songs. 4 to 6 months: Order your wedding invitations and book a calligrapher, if you choose. Send the invitations 2 to 3 months in advance. (Be sure to add extra postage for oversize or heavy envelopes and overseas guests.) 2 to 3 months: Make reservations for wedding-day transportation for you and your guests.

Making it Beautiful When dreaming of your wedding day, nothing captures the imagination quite like the thought of your decor — and one of the main components of that decor is your flowers. Every season, Charlottesville is blessed with natural beauty. In the spring, the dogwoods bloom in beautiful pinks and white alongside the stunning fuchsia color of redbud trees, and this natural decoration brings local beauty directly into the midst of your celebration. Floating candles in varied height glass cylinder vases look magical especially when you have masses of them. Looking to add height? Consider tiny bouquets tucked inside jars hanging from shepherd hooks. A blanket of fresh flower petals is another favorite. For more impact use one color — all white for example. Tying a pretty ribbon across the aisle, only to be removed at the beginning of the processional — adds one more element of romance. At the altar, use urn arrangements elevated on pedestals to create a beautiful focal point. These can be used again at your reception on your buffet, escort card table or bar or can even flank the cake. A gazebo or arbor adds height and drama creating a natural “frame” for your ceremony photos. For your seating, white folding chairs are classic, but here are some seating alternatives to consider: folding bamboo chairs, Chiavari or ballroom chairs (which come in a variety of colors), an eclectic mix of sofas and dining chairs, hay bales, wicker poufs and ottomans or even heirloom family quilts to sit picnic style. Personalizing your decor is a very hot trend. Unique tables and chairs — not to mention accents like chalkboard frames, old books, vintage trunks, charming dessert stands and platters, lanterns and more — are great ways to incorporate your personality into the celebration. Don’t already own or want to purchase these items? No worries! Local florists and event rental companies offer an eclectic range of antique and reproduction items sure to make your wedding as unique as you! These special touches and details that reflect you both as a couple are what guests will most fondly remember.


Here's a Tip! When selecting your wedding flowers, pick blooms that are in season locally at the time of your Charlottesville wedding as a nod to your favorite locale and to save money! Spring Blooms: Roses, tulips, peonies, anemones, calla lilies, hyacinths, irises, daffodils, hydrangeas, lilies of the valley, sweet peas, delphiniums Summer Stunners: Roses, sunflowers, Asiatic lilies, gerbera daisies, peonies, delphiniums, irises, calla lilies, lisianthus

You Look Marvelous!

Your Checklist 12 months: Start looking for a dress, and get in wedding shape — eat healthy and exercise! 10 to 11 months: Browse for gowns and when you find styles you like, schedule appointments at stores to try them on. Make your final selection, along with the dresses for your bridesmaids, 6 to 8 months in advance. 4 to 6 months: Buy the wedding rings and consider having them engraved. (Be sure to confirm they will be ready in time for the wedding!) 4 to 5 months: Select attire for the groom and groomsmen. 4 to 5 months: Make appointments on or close to the big day for nails, spa treatments, hair and makeup. Be sure to schedule a hair and makeup test run 2 to 4 months beforehand. 2 to 4 months: Shop for accessories, lingerie and shoes to go with your dress. Start breaking in your shoes at home a month before. 1 month: Get your final haircut before the big day. 3 weeks: Make sure you have your “something old, new, borrowed and blue” if you want to include these customs in your wedding.

You Look Marvelous! All eyes will be on you from the moment you announce your engagement until the last wave goodbye at the end of the night — so be sure to take care of yourself during the planning process. Manicures keep those hands looking lovely. (You are showing off that dazzling ring all the time, after all.) Also, consider getting regular facials to help give you that naturally glowing skin in all the upcoming photos. Be careful to not get a facial within 48 hours of your photo shoots or wedding day, as you can sometimes have breakouts after a facial. Charlottesville has award-winning salons and spas to pamper you and your wedding party. Don’t want to travel that day? Consider hiring stylists to come to you. This service will cost a bit more but can be a nice stress-reducer as you’re getting ready. Plan a weekend well in advance of the wedding to come visit your Charlottesville stylist for a trial run of your wedding day hair and makeup. This visit will help you to put the finishing touches on your wedding look and avoid extra stress. Don’t forget to bring your veil to your trial run so that you and your stylist can see how it works with your wedding hairdo. And, of course, it’s a good idea to schedule your bridal portrait at the same time! If you’re planning an outdoor ceremony or reception, plan on wearing flats or heels with a wide base. Stilettos or other tiny heels are likely to sink into the ground making your walk up and down the aisle a bit awkward.


Here's a Tip! The legendary Jefferson Pools at The Homestead in Hot Springs, Virginia, are only 90 minutes away from Charlottesville and have naturally renewed and enriched thousands who have come to “take the waters” — including Thomas Jefferson himself! Renew your mind and body with girlfriends as you quietly float and soak in these soothing and mineral-rich blue waters. As the springs naturally bubble up through the rocks below your feet at a consistent 98 degrees, you will feel the restorative power of enriched skin and spirit. These historic pools are very rustic and provide a fun and unique outing — a wonderful complement to your traditional spa treatments and one you’ll always remember!

Good Eats

Your Checklist 9 to 12 months: Interview caterers and schedule a few tastings. Your reception venue may have a list of approved caterers. Online reviews can be helpful, too. 5 to 7 months: Interview bakers and select your favorite. Your caterer may have suggestions! 4 to 6 months: Decide on your reception menu and serving style, and make a decision about the cake design. 3 to 5 months: Choose a location for the rehearsal dinner and make a reservation. 2 weeks: Call guests who haven’t yet RSVP’d for the wedding and rehearsal dinner so you can provide a final head count to the caterer and baker. Confirm set-up instructions, menu items, delivery time and location. After the wedding: Freeze the top layer of the wedding cake to be eaten at your first anniversary celebration. (Save some cocktail napkins, too!)

Good Eats! Good food can cover a multitude of wedding day hiccups, so be sure to serve the best you can. Thankfully, Charlottesville has a thriving local food culture. With thousands of acres dedicated to fruits, vegetables, beef, poultry, grains and more, there is a local grower, most of whom are organic, for almost every need. Simply asking your favorite caterer to incorporate the best of local resources can open the doors to all kinds of culinary delights. For more local flavor, check out Crab cakes made with crabs from the Chesapeake Bay are yummy as mini bites during cocktail hour or paired with local beef for a surf and turf entree. But the reigning king of cocktail hour treats in Charlottesville is the savory Mini Ham Biscuit with local Virginia Country Ham. Whether served on a cheddar biscuit or potato roll, this bite-size treat is the perfect complement to a cool Southern cocktail — a Mint Julep served in a chilled Jefferson Cup, of course! Garnished with a sprig of mint, it’s the preferred sip of guests, especially during an outdoor reception on a hot summer afternoon. Consider also serving Virginia Peanut Soup Shooters for a little more local flavor, and don’t forget Virginia wine. With so many award-winning vineyards in the Commonwealth, there is sure to be a vintage or two that will pair perfectly with your wedding feast!


Here's a Tip! Showcasing Charlottesville’s local foods at your wedding with in-season flavors not only can taste better, but can also be more affordable. Here’s a guide to what’s in season: Spring Bounty: herbs, asparagus, arugula, beets, cabbage, cilantro, chard, fennel, carrots, green onions and scallions, leeks, mint, morels, parsley, peas, strawberries Summer Jackpot: peppers, onions, tomatoes, corn, eggplant, summer squash and kohlrabi, cantaloupe, watermelon, berries (black, blue and rasp) as well as peaches and nectarines

Ah... the Memories!

Your Checklist 9 to 12 months: Book your officiant and determine details about the ceremony structure and any religious requirements. 9 to 11 months: Interview photographers, videographers and bands or DJs and book them as soon as possible. Requesting demo tapes from ceremony musicians will help you get a real feel for their sound and style. 7 to 8 months: Talk to your maid of honor and best man about what you expect of them, such as toasts and any other special arrangments. Providing a list of duties is helpful. 6 to 8 months: Arrange for an engagement photo shoot. 2 to 4 months: Finalize details with your photographer, videographer, entertainment, etc. and get everything in writing. Be sure to make a must-play song list and a must-take photo list. 2 to 3 months: Buy a guest book.

Ah... the Memories! Have you started spreading the word yet? From save-the-dates to invitations, ceremony programs, welcome itineraries, menu cards and — oh! — so much more, wedding papers are a huge part of your wedding day. Whether you want letterpress, engraved, screen-printed or offset (or some combination of these), Charlottesville designers are ready to help. Our local paper boutiques have a wide selection of styles. And, speaking of paper, don’t forget to put copies of our Charlottesville Welcome Book in your guests’ welcome baskets. They are free to you. Just call us at (434) 984-4713 or email us at office@IvyPublications, and we’ll help you get as many copies as you need! Your wedding day will go by in a blur, so be sure to put together a great team of memory-makers to capture all the details. Photographers and videographers are both important. As a couple, you will both be so excited and nervous that you will likely not really remember much of the ceremony — so you will really enjoy looking back on your wedding photography and video. Make the music and your first dance memorable too! With Charlottesville’s thriving music scene, talented musicians are abundant. Dance bands and DJs may be de rigueur for the reception, but there are many talented, small acoustic ensembles. Music agencies in town can guide you to some of the area’s best performers. For some Wahoo fun, consider hiring an a cappella group like the Hullabahoos to serenade guests during your cocktail hour. A list of UVA a cappella groups can be found at Tip: Remember to count addresses and not individual guests when trying to determine the amount of invites you need to order.


Here's a Tip! Another way to personalize your destination wedding in Charlottesville is to take your engagement and bridal photos around town. Did you meet your husband-to-be at a concert? Be sure to take pictures at the bar at Miller's on the Downtown Mall if you are a Dave Matthews fan. Did you fall in love at UVA? Then a photo shoot on The Lawn is a must! For more location ideas, ask your photographer and visit for inspiration.

Favors & Welcome Gifts Handmade Local Caramels

Simple and steeped with local goodness — that describes your wedding and these small-batch artisan caramels, made with comes-in-a-bottle cream from Virginia’s Homestead Creamery. Flavors feature seasonal and organic ingredients, including fleur de sel, lavender and honey, and orange and star anise. La Vache Microcreamery,

The Gift That Keeps on Growing

Inspired by the microbreweries that are part of Charlottesville’s destination-wedding experience, the locals behind Sprout Bottle are turning cut beer bottles into mini herb gardens, using locally sourced heirloom seeds. Add a customized label, and these original gifts are the perfect memento for your wedding party. Sprout Bottle,

Perfect Peaches

You may suggest that out-of-towners visit local orchards or farmers markets while in Charlottesville. Or perhaps the aisle you’ll walk down will be lined with blossoming trees. By putting peaches on the menu, you’ll delight your guests with a taste of Virginia summers and match the blush in the flower girls’ cheeks. Critzer Family Farm,

A Bowl to Hold Their Memories

A lot goes into making your perfect day so, well, perfect, and a unique gift tells your dear ones just how much you appreciate them. These Virginia-made clay bowls, which bear the imprint of herbs and flowers gathered at Monticello, are dishwasher, oven, and microwave safe. Monticello Gift Shop,

Lingering Local Flavor

Chutney, a traditional Southern condiment, is a savory jam usually served alongside meat. A jar full of Virginia-grown fruit will remind your guests of the flavors and delights of your wedding day. Choose from among Virginia Chutney Company’s many flavors, including Spicy Plum and Balsamic Fig. The Happy Cook,

Beyond the Wedding

Your Checklist 6 to 8 months: Start planning your honeymoon! 6 months: Decide what parties you’d like to host, including a welcome party, bridesmaids’ tea or luncheon, rehearsal dinner, group outings and farewell brunch. Be sure to book the venue for larger gatherings 5 months in advance. 4 to 6 months: Book your honeymoon travel. Obtain passports and visas if necessary, and get any blood tests or vaccinations you may need. 4 months: Compile packages for out-of-town guests with suggested hotels, activities and city information, and mail them out. Call our office at (434) 984-4713 or email us at to arrange a time to pick up copies of the Charlottesville Welcome Book to include in the packages. 2 to 4 months: Arrange group outings for your guests and book any transportation. Create a welcome letter and agenda to tuck into welcome baskets for guests. 1 to 2 months out: Shop for other wedding attire, including a rehearsal dinner dress, a farewell brunch outfit and vacation wear for the honeymoon. 1 to 2 weeks: Plan any additional night-before activities with friends and/or attendants. 1 week: Pack for your Charlottesville wedding and your honeymoon!


Here's a Tip! The wonderful aspect of a destination wedding is getting to spend the whole weekend with your friends and family in celebration of you as a couple. Be sure to organize fun group excursions. Top family trips are visiting Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello, James Monroe’s Ash Lawn-Highland or James Madison’s Montpelier. Check out the Virginia Discovery Museum on the Downtown Mall for guests with kids, or go berry picking at a local farm. A popular wedding party trip is to tour the Brew Ridge Trail of microbreweries or hop on any of our wine trails to try our local reds, whites and ciders. For more top outing ideas, check out what the locals recommend from the list of winners of the Charlottesville Welcome Awards at

Setting the Stage Historic Sites Ash Lawn-Highland (See ad p 47) 2050 James Monroe Parkway • 434-293-8000 The Jefferson Theater (See ad p 84) 110 East Main Street • 434-245-4917 Monticello (See ad p 41) 931 Thomas Jefferson Parkway • 434-984-9826

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Our Southern Hospitality While immensely popular in the fall, our area vineyards are still outstanding venue options in the spring and summer as well. Mr. Jefferson saw the potential for successful vineyards in our rolling hills â&#x20AC;&#x201D; more than half of all Virginia wine grapes are grown in the Monticello American Viticultural Area â&#x20AC;&#x201D; but I wonder if even he knew the allure they would have as the new symbol of hospitality here in Charlottesville. So with 30 stops on our Monticello Wine Trail, wineries and vineyards are quickly becoming synonymous with Charlottesville weddings. The picturesque landscapes with field after field of vines is a siren song to brides and grooms planning a local celebration.




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The perfect blend of award-winning wines and picturesque views for your private event. New permanent event pavilion. Voted Favorite Tasting Room 2012 Conveniently located in Central Virginia just a short drive from Richmond, Charlottesville or Fredericksburg. | 540.894.1536 13372 Shannon Hill Road, Louisa VA 23093 |


Montpelier (See ad p 43) 11407 Constitution Highway, Montpelier Station • 540-672-2728 ext. 104 Orange, Virginia (See ad p 44) • 877-222-8072 Restoration Hall (See ad p 39) 5494 Golf Drive, Crozet • 434-987-3965 The Space Downtown (See ad p 45) 210 West Water Street • 434-284-1181 UVA Alumni Hall (See ad p 45) 211 Emmet Street • 434-243-2665 The Yellow Barn at Shenandoah Caverns (See ad p 43) 470 Caverns Road, Shenandoah Caverns • 888-422-8376

exquisite events, wines, & location Uniquely situated at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, in a secluded valley, a short distance from Charlottesville, Virginia. DelFosse Vineyards and Winery offers serene elegance and intimate charm in an idyllic setting for special occasions - such as weddings, rehearsal dinners, receptions, anniversaries, or any type of function you can think of.

You are welcome and encouraged to drop by and view the facility. Please fill out our Event Inquiry form online at

500 Delfosse Winery Lane, Faber, VA 22938 | 434.263.6100 |


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Hotels &Large Inns Best Western Plus Waynesboro (See ad p 34) 109 Apple Tree Lane, Waynesboro • 540-942-1100 Courtyard by Marriott, Charlottesville North (See ad p 34) 638 Hillsdale Drive • 434-973-7100 English Inn of Charlottesville (See ad p 38) 2000 Morton Drive • 434-971-9900 Hilton Garden Inn (See ad p 42) 1793 Richmond Road • 434-979-4442 Holiday Inn Express, Orange (See ad p 40) 750 Round Hill Drive, Orange • 540-672-6691 Holiday Inn University Area (See ad p 41) 1901 Emmet Street • 434-977-7700

Nestled at the edge of Shenandoah National Park, in the shadow of Old Rag Mountain and White Oak Canyon...

DuCard Vineyards provides a beautiful, unique, elegant and inspiring venue for your special occasion. A perfect destination for an intimate event, we can accomodate groups of 100+ guests with ease.

Come experience this stunning setting today.

open friday - sunday, plus holiday mondays, 11 AM - 6 PM



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Celebrating Tradition... Enter a world of British tradition, with all the pleasures of a fine hotel blended with the charm of a country inn. • A complimentary full hot breakfast buffet included with your stay! • The LARGEST heated indoor pool in the area! • 100% non-smoking property, close to everything!

English Inn of Charlottesville

2000 Morton Drive Charlottesville, VA 22903 434.971.9900 or 800.786.5400

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Come to LOVE and expierience the Outdoor Wedding of your dreams. From the Blue Ridge Mountain tops, your vows will echo endlessly. We can host from 2 to 200 guests in our Wedding Garden. Call and we will design a custom package for you. Many of our wedding guests stay in our upscale cabins & chalets which creates a truly memorable wedding experience.

Directions From i-64 take exit 99, turn right (south) on Blue ridge Pkwy, turn right on 814 just past milepost 16. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re 200 yards on the left. 540.943.7625


5494 Golf Drive

Crozet, VA


Resorts & Country Clubs Greencroft Club (See ad p 42) 575 Rodes Drive • 434-296-5597 Montfair Resort Farm (See ad p 40) 2500 Bezaleel Drive, Crozet • 434-823-5202 Royal Oaks Resort (See ad p 39) 45 Royal Oaks Lane, Love • 540-943-7625

Small Inns & B&Bs Mark Addy Inn (See ad p 47) 56 Rodes Farm Drive, Nellysford • 434-361-1101 The Old Mill House Bed & Breakfast (See ad p 44) 29 Graves Road, Graves Mill • 540-948-6287

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A memorable location for intimate relaxed events in the Blue Ridge Mountains offers a beautiful dramatic setting for Wedding ceremonies with lake side Event Lodge for receptions and easily accessible vacation cabins.

Holiday Inn Express Orange 750 Round Hill Drive Orange, Virginia 22960 (540) 672-6691 Fax (540) 672-6690 Toll Free Reservations 1-800-HOLIDAY 434.823.5202


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Whether you’re dreaming of an intimate ceremony or a big production, your wedding should be as unforgettable as you are.


We can assist you every step of the way. The Holiday Inn is the ideal place for your wedding reception!

to Happily Ever After Holiday Inn University Area

1901 Emmet St., Charlottesville, VA 22901 | (434) 977-7700 |

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Vineyards Cooper Vineyards (See ad p 35) 13372 Shannon Hill Road, Louisa • 540-894-1536 DelFosse Vineyards and Winery (See ad p 36) 500 Delfosse Winery Lane, Faber • 434-263-6100 DuCard Vineyards (See ad p 38) 40 Gibson Hollow Lane, Etlan • 540-923-4206 Early Mountain Vineyards (See ad p 37) 6109 Wolftown-Hood Road, Madison • 540-948-9005

Southern hospitality and elegance at its best.

575 Rodes Drive Charlottesville, VA 22903 (434) 296-5597


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Versatile Indoor/Outdoor Space for up to 100 guests Ideal Venue for Ceremony, Rehearsal & Reception Beautiful Accommodations, Reasonably Priced, Excellent Value Convenient Location & Complimentary Shuttle to all points in Charlottesville

Call 434.979.4442 for more information.

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The dress.The rings. The vows.The kiss. Make sure the venue is just as memorable.

The Yellow Barn at Shenandoah Caverns Amazing backdrops & impeccable service for intimate or large groups (seating for up to 325). | 888-4CAVERNS | Call Jessica today

“My beloved, our hearts understand each other.” —Dolley to James, 1805

Some Romance is Timeless.

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All Under One Roof Let’s talk a little about hotels. You can’t beat the convenience they offer since they provide both reception space and lodging under one roof! Another great bonus for spring and summer weddings in Charlottesville is that you don’t have to battle with the football fans for hotel rooms, but that’s not to say that you don’t need to block rooms as early as possible. Remember, no matter where the reception is held, be sure to choose at least a couple of hotel price options for your guests. Another reason to choose a hotel for your special day when you’re planning the wedding from a distance is the convenience of getting well-informed referrals from the hotel’s event planner for vendors such as photographers, florists, and DJs.

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Graves Mill, Virginia



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Setting the Stage With the University as your backdrop entertain your guests at historic Alumni Hall!

If you are planning a reception or banquet and looking for quality, then start with the University of Virginia Alumni Association. Weâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;d be pleased to assist you with your event planning. The relaxed, friendly atmosphere of Alumni Hall makes it an ideal location for your event. Our professional staff will ensure you have all you need for a successful event. Please contact Carol Anne Abbott at 434.243.2665 or for more information. 211 Emmet Street, Charlottesville, VA 22903

We specialize in custom menus to make your private event a success.




A unique private dining venue located in the heart of Charlottesville's downtown historic district.

210 West Water Street | Charlottesville, VA 22902 | 434.284.1181


Best for the Guests When you’ve chosen your venue, take some time to think of how your guests will move through the weekend. Will your wedding be held outside on grass or other unpaved surface? Be sure to include the phrase “Garden Ceremony” or “Garden Reception” on your invitation to give guests a heads up about their footwear options. Will there be a gap between your ceremony and reception start time? Offer guests guided tours of the Lawn or even a wine tasting at one of our area’s many vineyards before it’s time to join the reception! Will you be offering bus service to your guests? (This is a great option if your venue has limited parking, if it may be difficult for out-of-towners to find, or if you want to create a fun group atmosphere.) Block rooms at adjacent hotels if possible to make routes faster and smoother for your guests.

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Making it Beautiful Event Planners Barb Wired (See ad p 49) • 434-531-3247 C-Venue (See ad p 49) • 434-531-3247

Floral Designs Colonial Florist & Antiques (See ad p 48) 100 North Main Street, Gordonsville• 540-832-3611

Stylish Rides A & A Limousine (See ad p 49) • 434-975-5466

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Let Us Simplify Your Search to Find the Perfect Venue C-Venue has all of the information needed to find the right event location for your wedding, corporate event or special gathering. We have access to a variety of private estates, farms and historical locations, as well as some sites unknown to the general public. We have experienced the settings first hand and will help eliminate your time spent in searching, calling and visiting each location; providing an impartial view and keeping your vision and best interests in mind.

Specializing in planning & execution of distinct events; our exclusive estates & scenic venues create an ideal atmosphere for your perfect day! Call to set up a free initial consultation.

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Good Eats Cakes & Confections Carpe Donut (See ad p 50) 1715 Allied Lane • 434-465-9561 Gearharts Fine Chocolates (See ad p 50) 416 West Main Street, #C • 434-972-9100 Pearl's Bake Shoppe (See ad p 51) 711 West Main Street • 434-293-2253

Looking for something fun and different? Think Carpe Donut! Our cart adds a whimsical element to your wedding, and our donuts and beverages will WOW your guests! 8-5pm Mon-Sat, 9-1pm Sun 1715 Allied Ln (Behind Cville Coffee) 434-465-9561 434-806-6202


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Good Eats

How Sweet It Is What’s your dessert style? Do you love the crisp clean lines from a fondant-covered cake? Perhaps the soft swirls of a buttercream confection? Or maybe you want dozens and dozens of cupcakes, personalized cookies or even donuts? No matter what your style, Charlottesville has a baker for you! There are lots of ways to personalize your wedding treats — monograms and wedding colors are traditional favorites, but consider adding a bit more Charlottesville flair to your treats. The iconic Rotunda and the “Virginia Is for Lovers” theme are some great possibilities to get you started. Chat with your baker, caterer or wedding planner for even more ideas.


Dining & Catering Aberdeen Barn (See ad p 52) 2018 Holiday Drive • 434-296-4630 Beer Run (See ad p 54) 156 Carlton Road • 434-984-2337 Blue Ridge Cafe (See ad p 55) 8315 Seminole Trail, Ruckersville • 434-985-3633 Everyday Gourmet Catering (See ad p 52) 920 9 1/2 Street NE • 434-977-5090 Harvest Moon (See ad p 55) 946 Grady Avenue, Suite 11 • 434-296-9091 The Local (See ad p 53) 824 Hinton Avenue • 434-984-9749

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UPTOWN: 29 North Shopper’s World | 434-964-WINE DOWNTOWN: 4th St. & E. Market St. | 434-979-WINE

Always Affordable! Wines, Beers, Accessories, & Gourmet Foods!

Tastings each week! BEERS

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When planning your perfect day...think Local.

In our corner of the world, everyone’s a Local. © 2013 • 434.984.9749 • 824 Hinton Ave. Charlottesville, VA 22902 •


Food for Thought In the hustle and bustle of wedding day activities, donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t forget to provide nourishment for the wedding VIPs â&#x20AC;&#x201D; the bridal party, the groom and yourself, of course! Ordering planned meals in advance will ensure you and the wedding party do not accidentally forgo eating all day. That being said, not all meals are created equal! To make sure you look and feel your best on the big day, steer clear of artificial sweeteners, caffeine, carbonated drinks, spicy foods and difficult-to-digest vegetables, such as broccoli. Oatmeal is a great meal choice for lasting energy, while salad and fruit will help you stay hydrated. Out-of-town guests who stay in town the night before the big day will also appreciate a pre-wedding brunch to save them the trouble of searching for breakfast before the ceremony. There are plenty of local restaurants and caterers available to plan these meals for you!

Your wedding occasion deserves the finest choices in Craft Beer, Small Production Wine & Craft Cider. Charlottesville's best selection is at Beer Run.


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156 Carlton Rd. Charlottesville (434) 984-BEER (2337)

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Blue Ridge CafĂŠ & Catering Delicious food. Elegant presentation. Excellent service. full-service catering onsite banquet facilities

One of the best restaurants in Central Virginia!

8315 Seminole Trail (Rt. 29 N), Ruckersville, VA 22968 | (434) 985-3633 | We have the recipe for your perfect day.

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Ah... the Memories! Officiants

Lisa Barnes Rogers (See ad p 56) • 434-531-0064

Photographers & Videographers Celestial Sights Photography (See ad p 56) • 434-466-2241 C. Tyler Corvin Studio (See ad p 2) • 540-440-1664 Jen Fariello Photography (See ad p 57) 313 Second Street SE, Studio 106 • 434-963-7976

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You Look Marvelous! Alterations

Chong’s Alterations (See ad p 60) 2114 Angus Road, Suite 105-A 434-295-4260

Beauty & Spas B Fabulous Salon and Day Spa (See ad p 58) 2106 Angus Road • 434-293-6673 SeaRhythms Massage (See ad p 60) 1713 Allied Lane, Suite D * 434-409-3817

feel fabulous. look fabulous.

Bfabulous! Haircut Color & Styling Manicure Pedicure




One love, one lifetime, one beautiful dress, one lasting memory!

Enjoy our private bridal viewing suites & one-on-one service!

Makeup Application Waxing

Bridal appointments required.

Reflections Bridal and Prom 2106 Angus Road • Charlottesville, VA



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51D Burgess Road Harrisonburg, Virginia 22801 540-432-8700

Photography: Bartosz Potocki

1149 Millmont Street, Charlottesville 434-293-5011 â&#x20AC;˘


Dressed Up! Amanda's Touch Bridal and Formal (See ad p 61) 1561 Commerce Road, Suite 403, Verona • 540-248-5123 Bella Rosa Bridal (See ad p 3) 2248 Ivy Road • 434-284-9500 Reflections Bridal and Prom (See ad p 58) 51D Burgess Road, Harrisonburg • 540-432-8700

Jewelers Keller & George (See ad p 59) 1149 Millmont Street • 434-293-5011 Taviametal (See ad p 60) • 434-466-4042

wedding dresses

• alterations for ladies & men

Don’t let that stress diminish the joy of your big day!

Chong’s Alterations

2114 Angus Rd, Suite 105-A Charlottesville, VA 22901 (434) 295-4260 • (540) 836-0104 cell

elegance with an edge Custom Engagement Rings, Wedding Bands & Bridal Jewelry

(434) 466-4042


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SeaRhythms Massage comes to you. No complicated coordinating of schedules, no traffic to fight, no hassles. Just a muscle-melting, stress relieving, therapeutic massage... exactly when you and your guests need it most.

Happy smiles and stress relief guaranteed. (434) 409-3817 |

You Look Marvelous!

Dress On-the-Go Picking out your wedding dress is one of the most exciting parts of planning, and one youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve likely dreamed of since you were just a little girl! But remember to be practical as you search for the perfect dress, keeping in mind the distance youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll need it to travel to Charlottesville. We have a number of local bridal boutiques that carry an extensive collection of dresses that are good options depending on your availability to visit the area leading up to the Big Day. If you decide to bring your dress from home, consider how it will fit into a garment bag (cathedral trains may be out of the question) and whether the fabric will wrinkle easily and need to be professionally pressed or steamed upon arrival. Rather than packing your dress in a checked bag that may or may not arrive at baggage claim, plan to carry on your dress in a garment bag or box. Be sure to call the airline ahead of time to let them know the size of the bag youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ll be bringing and see if any fees apply. Once you arrive, pull the flight attendant aside (smiling sweetly and politely, of course!) and ask that your gown is stored properly, preferably in the closet in first class!

Voted Best Bridal Salon in Virginia by Virginia Bride Magazine

1561 Commerce Road, Suite 403, Verona, VA 24482 (540) 248-5123 |


The Gifts

Gifts Found Locally The Happy Cook (See ad p 63) 1107-B Emmet Street • 434-977-2665 Market Street Wineshop (See ad p 53) 1718 Allied Street • 434-244-3050 La Linea Bella (See ad p 63) 1718 Allied Street • 434-244-3050 Virginia Wine of the Month Club (See ad p 62) • 800-826-0534


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Beyond the Wedding Excursions Meadowcreek Golf Course (See ad p 64) 1400 Pen Park Road• 434-977-0615 Peace Frogs Travel/Outfitters (See ad p 64) 1043 Millmont Street • 434-977-1415

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Rental clubs and practice facility available, plus a full-service bar and grill for breakfast and lunch.

What have you learned about James Monroe lately? Historic Site Visits & Private Event Rentals 2050 James Monroe Parkway, Charlottesville, VA 434-293-8000 | www.


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Beyond the Wedding

Ready, Set, Honeymoon! The honeymoon, while essentially a vacation, is much more special because it will be the time for you to relax after months of wedding planning and revel in your new married status! First, nail down the location with your soon-tobe spouse. Narrow your focus by considering factors like travel time, average temperatures, cost and necessary travel documents. Then think about the kind of honeymoon you envision. Do you want it to be adventure-packed, devoted to rest and relaxation or a little bit of both? Next, make your travel arrangements, or hire a travel agent to help. Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t forget to mention while youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re booking flights and hotel rooms that you will be on your honeymoon! After you finalize travel arrangements, consider practical details such as hiring a pet sitter, holding your mail during your absence and leaving a copy of your itinerary for a family member or friend.

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Our Celebrations Editor, Jennifer Carroll, began her event planning career at the elegant Davidoff of Geneva boutique on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, where she hosted countless celebrity dinners and special events in the boutique’s private club, in addition to designing events in private homes and restaurants. While she loved the creativity that L.A.’s A-list events allowed, Jennifer is a Southern girl at heart and longed to return to her hometown of Charlottesville. Jennifer Carroll’s designs and years of expertise have been featured on Real Simple’s Entertaining Blog, MarthaStewartWeddings. com,, Brides, Southern Living Weddings, The Knot, Weddings Unveiled, Washingtonian Bride & Groom and more. As a 2011 Artist in Residence for Victoria Magazine, her designs were featured throughout the year. Jennifer has also been profiled in: The Art of the Celebration — Southern Style.

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Publishers Robin Johnson Bethke Jennifer Bryerton Creative Director Robin Johnson Bethke Editor-in-Chief Jennifer Bryerton Celebrations Editor Jennifer Carroll Featured Photographer Jen Fariello Editor Jennifer Conrad Seidel Editorial Assistant Kelly Robeson

With the exception of the handful of photos noted below, the beautiful photos featured in this issue are the work of Jen Fariello. Jen is a leading photographer in the Charlottesville area specializing in portraits, babies and wedding photography. Jen, an Artist in Residence in 2011 for Victoria Magazine, is the recipient of many wedding photography accolades including The Knot Magazine’s Best of Weddings 2010-2013, Wedding Wire’s Brides Choice Award 20102012, Virginia Press Association’s 2010 First Place in Photography and 2005 Best in Show. Jen’s photography has been featured in, Weddings Unveiled, Modern Bride, Junebug Weddings, Southern Living Weddings, Town & Country, Style Me Pretty Little Black Book, Brides Washington D.C., and The Knot Ultimate Wedding Lookbook. She is also the co-creator of the Art of Photography Learning Series.

Graphic Design Robin Bethke Barbara Tompkins Advertising Sales Karrie Bos Nicholas Clark Catherine Murphy Susan Powell Pam Whorley Administrative Manager Amy Duprey Sales Assistant Katie Malliet Circulation Manager Ray Whitson

Please direct all correspondence to:

Ivy Publications, LLC 4282 Ivy Rd Charlottesville, VA 22903 voice 434.984.4713 fax 434.984.4813

Other Photo Credits: Page 31 from top to bottom: 1: Karly Pope Photography, 2: Sprout Bottle, 3. Thinkstock, 4:, 5. Michael Grayson for Virginia Chutney Co.

The Charlottesville Welcome Book Wedding Directory is published semi-annually by Ivy Publications, LLC. The views and opinions expressed by the writers and advertisers do not necessarily represent those of Ivy Publications, LLC, its officers, staff or contributors. The information presented here is for informational purposes only and although every effort has been made to present accurate information, we do not in any way accept responsibility for the accuracy of or consequences from the use of this information or for the businesses and organizations presented herein. We urge everyone to confirm any information given herein. No portion of this publication may be reproduced in part or in whole without the express written consent of the publisher. Copyright ©2014. All rights reserved.




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