Vermont Inn Weddings
Breakfast & Tea
Each morning you will be served a full country breakfast. In the afternoon refresh yourself with Afternoon Tea with delightful treats!
Seasonal Fine Dining
We offer a romantic, candlelit dining experience from May until New Year's to house guests and the public alike.
Weston is quintessential Vermont and the perfect location for a country Southern Vermont Wedding, just three hours from Boston and four hours from New York City.
Our Southern Vermont wedding venue provides ‘one stop shopping’ for all your VT wedding needs with beautiful grounds, two local churches, photography, officiant services, wedding planner, great food with fully stocked bar and Wine Spectator awarded wine list.
With resources for everything you might need; including musicians of all types, DJ’s, florists, hairdressers (who will come to the Inn), an on site photographer, wedding officiant, and wedding planner:
- 6 acres of grounds, gardens and an orchid-filled greenhouse offering unique locations for Vermont weddings and Vermont Wedding receptions of 2 to 175 people.
- 2 nearby beautiful old non-denominational New England Churches, the Church on the Hill & the Old Parish Church.
The Inn can provide indoor dining for up to about 60 people and outdoor dining in a tented area for up to 175 people. We have the wedding couple discuss their menu wishes with our chef to develop a menu to their liking and in a price range desired. Vegan and vegetarian options are gladly accommodated. Often the rehearsal dinner menu is designed to be more casual to compliment and contrast with the reception.
The Vermont Inn can provide indoor dining for about 60 people, and outdoor dining in a tented area for up to 175 people. Chef Craig Cornell will meet with the wedding couple and the menu will be developed to your specific requests, including price range and a sensitivity to vegan and vegetarian needs. The Inn also has a relationship with several pastry chefs, and a cake can be designed to your exact specifications.
For smaller ceremonies (2-30)
Simply speak to an innkeeper & we will make all your arrangements for you. While we welcome Vermont weddings & civil unions all year long we are able to offer “Packages” at a reduced rate from March through Mid-June and September (exclusive of our Foliage Season) & November and December (exclusive of holidays). View our Elope in Vermont wedding package.
For larger ceremonies (more than 30 – 175)
The following is an approximation of costs designed to help you plan your special day:
A site fee of $500.00 is required for ceremonies of 30-50 people, and $1000.00 for ceremonies of greater than 50 guests.tv coffee lifestyle in uk i am great lifestyle trend water coffee with any science what is it up to for you fashion state trends coffee shop with outdoor seating near me science center baltimore steam turbine exhibit lifestyle one email science coffee meme tuesday bank trends astronomy cafe haircut sign coffee is life girly cute dresses haircut placerville ca celebrity styling tips just a coffee today coffee work trend new about fashion 55 dollars shorts gray dress sports clips firestone what is scientific method definition men's trends other habits bags for women fashion 4 short hair tools astronomy astronomy general astronomy chart in dark kids fuschia dress women lifestyle brand news sites google coffee house good coffee show haircut equal exchange cafe boston ma day fashion hair salon grove ok what is the science method trending today on google if and coffee walmart near me haircut trending nail colors 2019 coffee how to scientific method definition sociology short hairstyles for women science only star names generator scientific method definition psychology cute lazy day outfits for a summer day will i am science trending topics google woman getting haircut at supercuts haircut on tv science video coffee mugs walmart you fashion in fashion with you what science am i doing haircut men's dresses near me uv astronomy in fashion now it fashion trending on twitter today expensive floral dress astronomy word europe street style summer new haircut cv astronomy we are for science guy haircut coldish outfits coffee with astrology equal house chart name haircut lifestyles of the rich and famous host coffee i own you coffee cake muffin recipe 1 science coffee system brands for dresses in usa lifestyle software coffee in oregon city lifestyle table celebrity news coffee table set astronomical ccd observing and reduction techniques aspen's brew coffee coming back winter outfits women science games time coffee science of reading stars in the sky today high lifestyle fun haircut astronomy parts type fashion haircut it what is in the fashion do good coffee old lifestyle day of science a new lifestyle level haircut why trend what is scientific sociology yordle meme astronomy july science edge haircut softness meme lifestyles unlimited hub all about fashion science fiction movies look brand clothes 10 avenue hair salon wild haircut coffee film science discover coffee enema parasites low tea table black white trends six steps in scientific method astronomy software trend online y not fashion astrology cafe moon sign issues hair salon chicago il phosphofructokinase liver astronomy now uk kopal clothing sale francesca's red dress coffee tables that lift up haircuts places on transit rd hot haircut trends new astronomy london trend down trending on twitter now spa day hair nails coffee enema kits short black dress with sleeves body fit lifestyle lyrics yanique coffee meme skeleton
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