Waterford Foundation is a historic wedding venue located in Waterford, Virginia. At this charming venue, you and your guests will be able to step back in time and embrace a town filled with a rich history. Back in 1733, Amos Janney founded this town. Originally, it was called Janney’s Mill and was situated right in a rapidly expanding village. Over the years, it went through a great many changes, including a war. Today, however, couples and guests can gather in the town for the wedding and enjoy the historic landmarks and stories from this early American rural community.
Facilities and Capacity
At the Waterford Foundation, couples have three main venue site options that they can choose from. The first is the Waterford Old School, which dates back to 1910. With this space, which can accomodate 140 of your guests, you will be able to enjoy access to the village, on-site parking, a catering kitchen, and much more. Due to the way it is set up and the new auditorium found inside, couples will find that this space is perfect for hosting wedding receptions. The second venue option is the John Wesley Church. This church is quite stunning with its 1891 Greek revival architecture. This peaceful setting is perfect for more intimate ceremonies with up to 125 guests. The third venue option is the Bond Street Garden. This scenic outdoor space provides couples and guests with clear views of all of the surrounding historic homes. In this space, you will be able to enjoy your ceremony with up to 200 of your loved ones.
Waterford Foundation provides planning assistance for all stages of the wedding, including the bridal shower, engagement party, and rehearsal dinner. Many of the venue sites come equipped with necessary items like tables and chairs so that you don't need to worry about those kinds of details. You can also personalize your space a bit more with touches like an altar or arch. For the convenience of you and your guests, the property does offer parking.
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