Colorful ceremony site set up for a wedding with a mountainous backdrop in Virginia.

Rolling hills, warm sunlight, and the scent of grapes. You can close your eyes and still know exactly where you are – Napa Valley, California – but when you open them you remember the truth of the matter, and the truth is so much better. Because instead of traveling across the continent you’re right where you love to be: the green countryside of your Virginia wedding. And with the vineyards at these Virginia wedding locations, we promise, you won’t even remember the Golden State exists.

White Hall Vineyards

Sip locally-crafted wine at your reception from White Hall Vineyard's award winning selection. The farm winery is high on a hilltop just outside of Charlottesville and the grounds overlook the tree-covered Blue Ridge Mountains.

King Family Vineyards

Another vineyard tucked firmly into the midst of the Blue Ridge Mountains, King Family Vineyards sports incredible scenery as the backdrop to all of its event venues. From intimate events to large celebrations, this venue has both indoor and outdoor settings available. The Carriage House site, with its wood flooring, stone fireplace, and rows of wall-side wine barrels, is an elegant indoor option.

Breaux Vineyards

A 400 acre estate with vines as far as the eye can see, Breaux Vineyards  is one more wedding venue with a view. The Lafayette Terrace is our favorite spot for a scenic cocktail hour or small reception.

Pippin Hill Farm

There’s not much we can say about Pippin Hill Farm – this venue speaks for itself. Panoramic views, custom-built ceremony and reception locations, and a vintage-inspired barn with exposed beams – while the Veranda Terrace and Courtyard make cocktail hour a celebration of its own. From grassy knoll to wood dance floor, the ambiance here is elegant, rustic, and just right.

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Image credit: Aaron Watson Photography