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It’s All In The Details, The Wedding Details

It’s all in the details…and some of the brides that have celebrated their weddings at Warner Hall have come up with the most interesting details that pull their wedding ceremony and reception together. Enjoy this photo collection of some of the cute, whimsical and creative wedding details we’ve seen here over the years. Maybe they’ll give you or a bride you know some ideas!

wedding reception and ceremony details southern plantation wedding

A celebration of family through the years in images surrounds a tree near the ceremony site at Warner Hall. Photo courtesy of David Schwartz Photography.
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wedding reception and ceremony details southern plantation wedding

Yes, even the dogs get a special detail, a special outfit, for the special day! Photo courtesy of David Schwartz Photography.
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wedding reception and ceremony details southern plantation wedding

Nothing say southern plantation wedding in Virginia like a Mason jar. Photo courtesy of David Schwartz Photography.
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wedding reception and ceremony details southern plantation wedding

A very creative guest book. Guests put their names on a leaf for a tree that the bride and groom then hung in their home. Photo courtesy of David Schwartz Photography.
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wedding reception and ceremony details southern plantation wedding

Just hand out the programs for the ceremony? Not this bride and groom. They welcomed guests with a special luggage display. Photo from the Warner Hall collection!

wedding reception and ceremony details southern plantation wedding

So perfect! Seating assignments for the reception were set out, but with an order! Find your seat…but your spot is on the dance floor! Photo from the Warner Hall collection!

wedding reception and ceremony details southern plantation wedding

When you have a grand southern plantation wedding, especially one at Warner Hall where there are more than 30 acres, a nice directional guide adds flair…and usefulness! Photo from the Warner Hall collection!

wedding reception and ceremony details southern plantation wedding

As two families become one, please choose a seat, not a side. How welcoming this sign was for the ceremony. Photo courtesy of Kristi McKeag Photography. http://kristimckeagphotography.com/

wedding reception and ceremony details southern plantation wedding

This guest book had friends and loved ones sign a map that the couple hung in their home. Photo courtesy of Kristi McKeag Photography. http://kristimckeagphotography.com/

wedding reception and ceremony details southern plantation wedding

Wine lovers…check this one out. This couple used some of their favorite wines to help mark the tables, all named accordingly. Photo courtesy of Catie’s Photography.
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wedding reception and ceremony details southern plantation wedding

To match the wine bottle table markers above, this bride used corks from the vineyards themselves for name placeholders. Photo courtesy of Catie’s Photography.
http://www.catiesphotography.com/

wedding reception and ceremony details southern plantation wedding

Yes…you do drive by the cornfields to get to Warner Hall, a true Virginia, southern plantation. So a good sign is needed! Photo courtesy of Catie’s Photography.
http://www.catiesphotography.com/

wedding reception and ceremony details southern plantation wedding

When it comes to a wedding, lace and beads are classic. Photo courtesy of Michael and Carina Photography.
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wedding reception and ceremony details southern plantation wedding

Rugged and classic, that describes this wonderful directional sign leading to Warner Hall. Photo courtesy of Michael and Carina Photography.
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    • A Night of Romance at Warner Hall Starring Elijah Rock & The Virginia Symphony Jazz

      Do you love jazz? How about the picturesque Inn at Warner Hall at summer sunset?

      Join us Friday, June 29 and Saturday, June 30 for an extra special concert weekend like no other that’s come to Gloucester!

      As part of the Gloucester Arts Festival, The Virginia Symphony Jazz and Elijah Rock, a triple threat entertainer breathing new life into the Great American Songbook from coast to coast, will perform right here at Warner Hall and we’ve reserved tables for our weekend guests.

      Limited rooms are still available for the weekend!

      This limited Dining and Entertainment Package is $150 per person plus the cost of lodging (Friday and Saturday night). Friday night you’ll enjoy a casual dinner and the big show takes place Saturday evening!

      Please call us at the Inn to reserve your room!

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      A professionally arranged bouquet of gorgeous seasonal flowers, or a dozen roses with assorted greenery and keepsake vase, paired with a bottle of Chandon Champagne, Chocolate Dipped Strawberries and Bailey’s White Chocolate Mousse Cups, all enjoyed in the privacy of your room will make the occasion not only “Special” but, “Simply Divine….”

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      What better way to celebrate your lives together than spending three nights surrounded in Warner Hall luxury and getting 50% discount for your third night! Visit the Inn at Warner Hall within two months of your actual anniversary or wedding date and enjoy a wonderful environment in which to spend time together. Add a “Special Occasions Package” and really make it a celebration! But be prepared to keep it fun and exciting! There will be a surprise “Dating Game” quiz to verify dates of engagement, marriage, most romantic moment shared, etc. etc….Match all the questions and win a bottle of Champagne!

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      There’s no doubt, it makes our day to know that keeping Warner Hall and its history alive for all to enjoy is so meaningful to all, from the descendants of the great men and women who lived here to the guests who lodge here. We recently received this lovely note of thanks and had to […]

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      We are certainly sad to see this vacation of ours come to an end. How lucky we were to have found this place. Warner Hall is exactly what the B&B experience should be. You have combined all of the essential elements of the perfect getaway. We will be back, many times I’m sure! Thank you! […]

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