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Nestled between the Blue Ride and Massanutten Mountains in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley, Page County combines historic culture, natural beauty, and a friendly atmosphere of days gone by. With the perfect location and best service you could ask for, the area makes for a perfect wedding destination.

Whether you want a barn backdrop, vineyard view, historic inn, classic church, riverfront ceremony, or an outdoor wedding celebrating the beauty of nature, Luray and Page County is home to the venue to bring your dreams to life. Luray Caverns, the largest and most popular caverns on the East Coast, was discovered in 1878, making it one of the most unique and beautiful places in the county for a wedding venue rich in history.

Shenandoah National Park also borders the county on the east and has 500 miles of hiking trails encompassing over 196,000 acres of land with multiple restaurants and banquet rooms for groups to gather. Luray is a central gateway to the 106-mile historic Skyline Drive, which offers magnificent panoramas to create the perfect backdrop for an outdoor lover’s wedding. And, the other wedding venues that call this corner of the Shenandoah Valley home each bring their own unique experience for brides, grooms, and their families and friends. No matter what you decide, the history, natural beauty, and hospitality of the area will truly offer a wedding/honeymoon destination that will never be forgotten.

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The wedding day of dreams will become memories that you’ll fondly revisit for years to come. Luray-Page is the perfect backdrop for those memories. There are endless opportunities to say “I do” surrounded by friends, family, and scenic beauty.

Everything you need is in one place to make sure getting hitched goes off without a hitch. The venues are diverse. A couple can get married in the great outdoors, from farm and field to valley and vineyard, all with stunning views of the Shenandoah River or the surrounding mountain ranges. Or, if preferred, the bride and groom can choose an indoor venue to fit any vision, from country chic to understated and elegant. For something even more unique, get married underground in the Luray Caverns. Whether it’s a simple elopement or grandiose event, there is a setting to make your big day truly special for you and your partner. No matter the size of the wedding, local vendors — caterers, photographers, officiants, planners, beauty services, florists, lodging, transportation, printing, and more — are available and at your disposal to create the perfect wedding.

Turn the big day into an extended occasion and bring together bridal parties early to relax, unwind, and pamper in preparation; then, stay to enjoy newlywed bliss on a romantic honeymoon. With so many things to see and do, Page County and all three of its charming, small towns provide a fun and unforgettable destination for the wedding celebration, from start to finish.

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TLC (The Learning Channel) named Luray and Page County the No. 2 Beautiful Destination Wedding Locale and with the variety of venues and backdrops weddings, it’s not hard to see why. From the scenic, rural beauty of a working farm to one of Old Dominion’s finest hotels to the largest caverns in the Eastern United States, Page County has the makings of a memorable occasion for both you and your guests.

Couples looking to get married in the area have a variety of options from an elopement on the river to a grandiose rustic wedding at one of our larger venues. Remember, the staff at the Luray-Page County Chamber of Commerce & Visitor Center are here to help; call (540) 743-3915 or email info@luraypage.com for more information.

Page County is nestled between the Blue Ridge and Massanutten Mountains in a portion of the Shenandoah Valley known as the Page Valley. The county is composed of the three towns of Luray, Stanley, and Shenandoah, each with its own downtown, boutique shops, mom-and-pop restaurants, and outdoor recreation. Home to picturesque farms, historic inns, and country roads, winding their ways to the base of the mountain ranges, there are breathtaking views around every turn.

Outdoor recreation lovers will find everything they need for true peace and relaxation in the valley. Escape from the city to the Shenandoah River for canoeing, kayaking, or leisurely tubing. Discover the Shenandoah National Park for a hike along the Appalachian Trail or any number of other trails. Head underground in the Luray Caverns to explore the limestone caves the Shenandoah Valley is known for or hop on your bike and cruise through the countryside; whatever your preference, Luray-Page has the paths that will take you to one-of-a-kind experiences and memories.

Page County is within easy driving distance of Washington, D.C.; Richmond; Northern Virginia; and other metropolitan areas around Virginia. Visitors looking to escape into the country from further away can use the Charlottesville or Culpeper Amtrak stations or fly into D.C. or Richmond and the take a leisurely drive over the mountain ranges and into the lush farmlands, stunning valley, and quaint towns. For a closer, smaller airport, visitors can soar into the Shenandoah Valley Regional Airport or the Luray-Page County Airport.

Check out visitluraypage.com for more information.

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