WEDDINGS | OVERVIEW
Old House hosted our daughter’s wedding in May 2019. The venue, coordination, and people were fantastic for this father of the bride. The island is a great backdrop for pictures, the lock ceremony got many favorable reviews from friends. The wines are fantastic
Old House weddings… peaceful, beautiful, personal.
Old House Vineyards offers a beautiful, pastoral setting that sets the stage for an unforgettable wedding. Nestled on 75 private acres, the vineyard is a quiet and relaxing retreat with two spectacular locations for your wedding ceremony and reception:
The Island: Island ceremonies for up to 150 guests surrounded by the blue waters and dramatic reflections of Old House Lake. Brides make an unforgettable entrance as they cross the water on the elevated walkway against a backdrop of lush vines. Couples marry under an elegant gazebo designed and landscaped especially for weddings.
Lakeside Pavilion: Receptions for up to 150 guests under the pavilion with views of the vines, lake and mountains. The pavilion is equipped with a catering staging area, dedicated parking and access to restroom facilities.
Interested in holding your wedding at Old House Vineyards?
Please contact us at email@example.com for more detailed information and to schedule a tour.
Old House Vineyards was voted Best Virginia Winery for Weddings – Overall in 2012 by Virginia WineLover magazine readers.
Love Locks at Old House
Old House has incorporated a ritual beginning in Rome where young lovers would write their names on a padlock, chain it to the Ponte Milvio Bridge, then throw the keys into the river in a gesture of undying love.
Lovers young and old now have the opportunity to imitate the practice of the now famous Milvian Bridge of Love at Old House. Anyone is welcome to bring a lock and attach it to our Love Lock chains at the dock off the wedding island, celebrating one another, as the keys are released into Old House Lake!
Couples who marry at Old House are given a lock engraved with their names and wedding date. Many incorporate the placing of the lock and throwing of the keys into their wedding ceremony or reception.