Loudoun's horse and wine country has become a popular wedding destination and Visit Loudoun has marked this Sunday, March 13 to hold its second annual Weddings in Loudoun Tour. This self guided tour highlights 40 venues, wedding event professionals and studios.
Hillsboro's historic Old Stone School is one of the stops on the self-guided tour. In addition to visiting this affordable wedding venue, the Old Stone School will host 15 local wedding professionals and folks from area bed and breakfast inns in western Loudoun who can help plan your special day.
The wedding professionals and bed and breakfast inns that will be featured at the Old Stone School include: Alta Terra FarmÂ Bed and Breakfast; Atoka Strings, a strings trio classical, jazz, and pop; Blooming Hill, specializing in lavender along with unique floralÂ and bridal teas, showers; Dunthorpe CottageÂ Bed and Breakfast; Fieldstone Farm Bed and Breakfast; HillsboroughÂ Bed and Breakfast; It's a Peace of Cake/Blessing Hill Catering with wedding cakes and main courses; Joey Bauer, instrumental guitar and soft rock/pop; Loudoun Valley Herbs with floral and herbal specialties and unique gifts for the resourceful and environmentally conscious bride; Petals and Hedges for floral designs; Silverbrook FarmÂ Bed and Breakfast; TLC Bridal Boutique with a number of gowns on-site; Weatherlea Bed and Breakfast; and Wild Rose Soap featuring soap, candles, and lotion. Visitors will also be able to get information about the St. Charles Quartet, Road Yachts transportation, and Belle Villa with antique furnishings for rent.
More vendors are being added daily. Check the Friends of the Old Stone School website for updates at www.OldStoneSchool.org, and check out Weddings at the Historic Old Stone School page.
The Old Stone School is one of the stops on the Weddings in Loudoun self-guided tour this Sunday March 13. Contributed photo.