Loudoun is for lovers - and weddings
The March 2 bridal showcase will allow brides to experience Loudoun’s most sought-after venues. The three-hour show begins at 11 a.m. in Lansdowne’s Ballroom. At 1 p.m., brides participating in one of three themed tours will be whisked away to picturesque wineries, rustic barns, historic mansions and estate properties.
Loudoun has seen a significant increase in weddings as more brides look to escape to the lush vineyards and rolling countryside of D.C.’s Wine Country. The number of weddings booked in Loudoun has more than doubled since 2006.
“Loudoun’s diversity really makes it appealing to brides,” said Visit Loudoun's interim president and CEO Beth Erickson. ”With everything from wineries and historic sites to resorts and gardens, brides can customize their wedding here and create a unique and memorable wedding day.”
During the bridal show, which will feature approximately 50 vendors, brides can meet with the area’s top wedding professionals, savor tastings from award-winning caterers and view the latest in event design and décor.
“We are proud to host the inaugural Loudoun Boutique Bridal Show at our property,” said Michael Snapkoski, director of sales and marketing at Lansdowne Resort. “Lansdowne [hosted] more than 100 weddings or receptions last year.”
Tickets for the show are $15 and include the cost of the tours, which are being provided in partnership with Reston Limousine.
Details on the bridal show are featured on the Visit Loudoun weddings website at weddingsinloudoun.com.
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