What you can expect at Brix and Columns Vineyards wedding venue:

  • An Amazing Venue

    You will have use of an incredible wedding venue from 10 am to 10 pm with cleanup done by 11 pm.

  • Stunning Massanutten Views

    You will have a ceremony site with panoramic views of the Blue Ridge Mountatins and rolling farmland.

  • Tables

    There are round reception and banquet tables with white tablecloths and a variety of colors in cloth napkins.

  • Cocktail Tables

    There are 10 cocktail tables available for use on the patio area.

  • Dressing Rooms

    You will have roomy and distinguished dressing facilities for both bride and groom.

  • Photography Shoot Access

    With booking, you will receive use of the farm and home for bridal pictures on an appointment basis. The possibilities for impressive backdrops are endless with the 360-degree views around this Jeffersonian brick home.

  • Get Extra Days For Less

    You are able to rent the venue for additional days at a reduced rate to host the rehearsal and a rehearsal dinner.

  • Lawn Games & More

    You will have plenty of outdoor space to socialize, to play lawn games, or to just sit and take in the panoramic views.

  • Backup Generator For Lots of Power

    The backup generator has a plenty of electrical capacity.

  • Restrooms

    Your guests won’t have any restroom woes with convenient facilities in our reception hall.

  • Event Advisor At Your Service

    You are able to schedule multiple meetings with our event advisor.

Thinking of something special? Talk to us about customization!

Let us know if there is anything else you might desire and we will see if can offer it as an option for your great day. Stay tuned for additional services we may add for those couples who choose this unique wedding venue. What you see is only the minimum we currently offer.

Have Questions?

Call: 540-421-0339

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