Summer is the perfect time to get married! The weather is warm, the days are longer, and there are so many ways to create a special matrimonial event that celebrates your unique love story. If you’re planning a summer wedding, we’ve got some great trends to inspire you.
If you’re planning a wedding, you may be considering whether or not to have it on a weekday. This can be a great option for many couples for various reasons! You can save money, have more options for the vendors you want, and have time to actually enjoy the day (or days) with your family and friends and have a better shot at securing your dream venue.
This blog post will discuss some of the benefits of having a weekday wedding.
Looking for romantic things to do in Blacksburg, VA, this Valentine’s Day? We have compiled a list of some of our favorite date ideas to help make your day special.
Whether you are looking for something adventurous or something more low-key, we have you covered.
Winter weddings are all the rage. They’re cozy, intimate, and often less expensive than their summer counterparts. In addition, they are a beautiful and romantic alternative to traditional summer weddings.
The best times for a winter wedding are December, January, and February. Depending on whether you want to plan your wedding around holiday visitors or cozy up on a romantic and chilly January day is entirely personal preference.
Recently married couple Justin and Samantha Whitney tell a fabulous story while giving the full scoop on what it’s like to get married on the Virginia Tech campus, in the Blacksburg area. If you’re considering hosting or attending any weddings at Virginia Tech, you don’t want to miss this tale of torrential rain, a surprise visit from the Hokie Bird, and top-notch wedding coordinators.
Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching, have you made plans yet? Whether you’re in a new relationship, or have been together for a while, taking the time to create a special day for just the two of you can spark some fresh romance.
While sending a card, buying flowers and chocolates, or simply planning a cozy evening at home for a Netflix marathon are certainly lovely gestures, why not step it up this year with an experience your significant other will not soon forget.
Pandemic wedding planning is not for the faint of heart but, life goes on, as they say, and so for many, so must the wedding! With good planning, some flexibility, and a little bit of ingenuity, you can still have the wedding of your dreams.
An Interview with Bianca Norton, Director of Catering
Today’s wedding challenges from social distancing to travel challenges have some couples fretting about how to make their day special. Bianca Norton, Director of Catering at The Inn at Virginia Tech sat down for a quick interview recently and had some timely wisdom to share. She gives insight from how to create an intimate setting while social distancing and how to include special guests who cannot attend your micro wedding in person.
If you are planning a wedding this fall or anytime in the near future and are unsure how to make the day live up to your dreams, this is a must-read.
Orange and maroon might not be your typical wedding colors but in the eyes of a diehard Hokie, there isn’t a more beautiful color combination. Planning a wedding at The Inn at Virginia Tech can be a wonderful way to combine the love for your future spouse with the enthusiasm for your alma mater. Whether you are college sweethearts or loyal fans, you can easily incorporate Hokie-style into your big day.
First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes … You know the rhyme. But they left out a part. Somewhere in there, you have to pop the question! No one wants a blase engagement. The memory of this very first step toward a life together should be well thought out and uniquely you.