Wedding Venues in West Virginia

The Mountain State – “wild and wonderful” according to license plates, a statement which is proved simply by taking a look around at the nature and cultures that fill the state. This East Coast playground is truly a gem any time of the year, from summers filled with outdoor adventures to the vibrant colors of the fall foliage (a beautiful backdrop, we might suggest, for your wedding day!). And speaking of local scenery, we’d like to focus on a setting that we find particularly pretty for West Virginia wedding days and honeymoon retreats alike.

The Greenbrier

A historic, award-winning resort located in White Sulphur Springs, the Greenbrier has been welcoming guests from all over the world since 1778. The proportions of the place are incredible – 710 rooms, with 33 suites and 96 estate houses – and the services and amenities are designed to impress. The resort’s spa is the only five-star mineral spa in the world.

But let’s get down to the business of planning your wedding. As a West Virginia wedding venue that is the very definition of Southern hospitality, the Greenbrier provides wedding planning and event services that will assist you from the time you select this venue to the last dance on your wedding day. Spread across the resort’s 10,000-acre property are dozens of ceremony and reception venues suited to celebrations of any size – and we’ll admit, we’ve fallen hard for the elegant chandelier and pink and white walls of the ballroom. Meanwhile, the Greenbrier’s food and beverage options are tantalizing, and menus are carefully created by a skilled culinary team who will work with you to match your wedding budget, personality, and style.

P.S. Don’t forget to use the best planning tools around – our wedding websites are perfect for communicating with your guests and sharing the details of your wedding day and registry.

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