Whitehall Estate is a wedding venue located at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Bluemont, Virginia. At this venue, couples and their guests will also be conveniently located near the Washington Dulles International Airport as well as many accommodations and activities to do in the area.
Facilities and Capacity
At the Whitehall Estate, you are welcome to host all aspects of your wedding such as your bridal shower, engagement party, ceremony, and reception. For couples desiring a more intimate elopement, there are also plenty of options for you at the estate as well. There is room for you to enjoy either an indoor or outdoor ceremony and reception with up to 350 of your friends and family. If couples do select an outdoor site for their ceremony or reception, the team can provide you with a backup plan so that you don’t need to worry about your wedding not taking place due to the weather. The bridal party can also request a private bridal suite to get ready in.
At the Whitehall Estate, all inclusive package options are available to make your wedding planning easier. Also, decorations can be taken care of with the estate’s available altar, arches, chairs, furniture, lighting, and tables. Since all couples deserve to spend the entire day celebrating their love story and spending time with their loved ones, the team offers event planning and event rental assistance so that you don’t need to worry about that.
Your wedding day meals can be catered from Whitehall Estate as well. There are a variety of styles you can choose from such as African, Spanish, Italian, Middle Eastern, Southern, and more. Of course, since some couples or guests may have dietary needs, the cuisine team can accommodate those needs as they prepare your meals. Serving and presentation options include:
- Cocktail reception
- Family style
- French service
- Hors d'oeuvres
- Outside cake
This 200-year-old manor house and area is also filled with a fascinating history. In fact, right across from the estate the “Battle of Snickersville” took place. The mansion survived this Civil War battle back in 1862 and many of its century old trees still stand proudly.