Wedded Bliss at the Iris Inn

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Your wedding day is something that you’ll remember for the rest of your life, so of course you want it to be as close to perfection as humanly possible. Whether you’ve hired a wedding planner or you’ve received inspiration from obsessively pinned Pinterest boards, your nuptial ceremony is a reflection of your personality and of a couple’s promise. Everything must be just so, and the Iris Inn Bed & Breakfast is here to make it happen.

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For many in the wedding planning stages, selecting the right location can be stressful. But go ahead and cross off any other venue suggestions, because we’ve got you covered right here in the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia. Why? So glad you asked:

  1. The Scenery. We’re tucked away in the mountains, shielded with trees, and perched on an overlook where you can scan the whole Valley. Seriously, how can you go wrong with a Blue Ridge backdrop?
  2. Choose an Indoor or Outdoor Ceremony. If you’re a lover of the outdoors and the weather is right, hen stand proudly with your betrothed on the front steps of the Iris Inn. If you and your guests are more comfortable indoors, then you have the option of promising your vows on top of the library balcony while your guests watch from the Great Room.
  3. The Intimate Setting. A wedding at the Iris Inn means a maximum of 44 guests, so you don’t have to worry about inviting your father’s friend’s neighbor who you met at that one Christmas party a few years back. Share your day with those closest to you and your significant other.
  4. The Wedding Package: We offer a special package that includes everything you would need for your ceremony and reception—a Special Justice, a bridal bouquet and boutonniere, a full reception dinner, professional photographer, and two-tier wedding cake.

Let us take the stress out of the planning. Request more wedding information here.

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