Many brides and grooms look for unusual places to marry to enhance their memories of special occasions. There are many different places in northern Nevada, but three of them are particularly obvious. The Golden Mountain Hotel, the St. Mary's and Orchard Houses in the mountains offer a distinctly new environment, each with its fascinating historical origins, providing an unparalleled experience for the couple on a very special day in their lives.
This old hotel dates back to the prosperous period of Virginia, which began with the 1859 Comstock Lode silver strike. Gold Hill was once a great place for gold mining, and during busy mining, especially at the peak of Big, the hotel is very important. The Bonanza strike took place in 1870. In the 39s, this was the peak of silver mining, often referred to as the parent mine.
The Golden Mountain Hotel is located off Interstate 342, just south of Virginia City, overlooking the Golden Canyon. The construction of the hotel took place around 1859, and although some parts of the building have rotted in the past few years, these parts have been completely repaired.
One of several different wedding venues within the hotel is the large room. The large rooms are tempting, including Victorian period furniture, striking wooden floors, striking fireplaces and old winding stairs, adding a grand entrance to the bride. After the ceremony, the large room will be converted into a reception hall for toasting and dancing.
The hotel also offers a second outdoor wedding venue option. The pavilion is located next to the brewery cottage, just a short walk from the hotel. This is a fascinating environment that includes scenic landscaping and picturesque views of the Sierra Nevada. The location of the pavilion is both a ceremonial place and a reception area that can accommodate quite large banquets.
Holy Mary on the hill
The legendary ghost city of Virginia, along the slopes of Mount Davidson, is the oldest Catholic church in Nevada and one of the most beautiful buildings to imagine a wedding. The church was built in 1876 on the ruins of an earlier church structure that was destroyed by the "fire" in 1875.
This magnificent cathedral is known for its 140-foot spires and Gothic-style interiors, featuring sharp doorways and windows, choir lofts and galleries, large beautiful remodeling and a 2264-pound church bell. . The bell was once part of the former church, but survived the catastrophic fire in Virginia, which actually rang for the first time in 1870, the year when the original building began to be used.
Although this ancient church has a history of more than a century, it still exudes great beauty. St. John's Mary in the Mountains is situated in a small town rich in "historic western" history. The environment is extremely refined, offering a sanctification ritual. Human environment.
Orchard House is a bed and breakfast located in the heart of Nevada's oldest settlement, in the heart of Genoa's mountains. The town of Genoa is a quaint and sparsely populated town whose origins date back to the “territory” of Nevada in 1855. Initially, the area was an area that explorers could only pass through, but when the trading post was established in 1851, the area quickly became a permanent settlement.
Orchard House specializes in ceremonies and receptions for acres of gardens and lawns. Surrounded by centuries-old fruit trees, the charming open gardens and enchanting landscaping provide a tranquil setting for most special occasions. Since the space of the venue is mainly for weddings, not only can a large banquet of up to 400 people be held, but if you wish, you can also take the carriage to the bride and groom into a magnificent entrance.
Destination weddings and adventure weddings attract many newcomers and are often sought after by brides and grooms seeking to marry in some unconventional way. Wedding venues with unusual nature or wedding venues with a long history are also popular. Because Nevada has a rich “Old West” tradition and a large number of fascinating Western settlements established in the 1800s, couples have many ideal options for seeking extraordinary enjoyment. Nevada's Gold Hill Hotel, Orchard House and St. Augustine Mary are just a few of Nevada's, but there is no doubt that these three attractions will meet all your expectations if you need a unique environment and experience on the day of the wedding.