Weddings and Elopements

Featured in  USAToday as one of the top places in Virginia for all-inclusive elopement weddings!

10 Breathtaking Inns for the Big Day!

Have your wedding next to our inn's fireplace: one of  USA Today's Top 40 Hotel Fireplaces!


Tradtional Elopement in Virginia
Traditional Elopement
2-6 people

Luxury Elopement Celebration
Luxury Elopement
2-8 People, plus
additional services

Intimate Wedding in Virginia
Intimate Wedding

Up to 20 people, with
customized services

Marriage Licenses

Make your Virginia Wedding special!

Specials, Upgrades, and  Other Extras

Virginia wedding and elopement photo gallery

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The Holladay House has happily hosted hundreds of wedding celebrations for over 150 years. Since Ms. Emma Chapman’s story-book Civil War romance and the Holladay daughters’ fashionable wedding ceremonies in the 1930s, the Holladay House has created unforgettable memories for many happy couples.

Become part of this heart-warming legacy by celebrating your 21st century marriage in our historic 19th century home. Whether you want an intimate elopement ceremony with just you and your betrothed, or a larger affair with up to 20 guests, we will help make your celebration warm, sincere, and meaningful. We have carefully crafted our elopement and wedding packages to deliver all the services you need while also providing you the flexibility to make the occasion your own. We are conveniently located near a number of restaurants, caterers, florists, salons, and other service providers, and will make all of the required arrangements for you!  

We love all weddings – whimsical or traditional, formal or casual, long white gown or short colorful dress, high heels or sneakers. Remember, your wedding is about you -- we’re here to help you make it special. Feel free to take a peek at our guide all about all-inclusive elopements in Virginia.







Helen Holladay (1933) and Aubry Holladay (circa 1934) in their wedding gowns.  The original Port d’Oro black marble fireplace still provides an excellent backdrop for wedding ceremonies and wedding photography. Just ask Dana (above right), who had her wedding in Orange, VA in 2010!