Many brides and grooms are looking for unusual places to marry in order to foster memories of their own. Northern Nevada offers many of these places that are out of the ordinary, but three in particular stand out in the forefront of comparison. The Gold Hill Hotel, Saint Mary in the Mountains, and Orchard House offer a clear new atmosphere, each with its attractive historical origins, giving the couple an unparalleled experience on a very special day in their lives.
Gold Hill Hotel
This ancient hotel dates back to the prosperous days of Virginia that began with the Silver Comstock Lode strike in 1859. Gold Hill was amid a fascinating gold discovery and was extremely important during the bustling mining days, especially at the height of the Big Bonanza Strike in 1870, which was the height of the ore extraction. Silver is commonly referred to as Lode Lode.
Gold Hill Hotel is located just off State 342, just south of Virginia, overlooking the Gold Canyon. The construction of the hotel took place around 1859, and although parts of the building have faded over the years, these sections have been completely restored.
The Great Room is one of many different wedding venues within the hotel. The Great Room is very attractive and consists of distinctive Victorian furniture, parquet floors, an attractive fireplace and an old winding staircase that makes it a wonderful entrance for the bride. When the concert is finished, the Great Room turns into the reception hall for dancing and dancing.
The hotel also has an outdoor wedding venue option available. Gazebo, located next to Brewery Lodge, is a short distance from the hotel. This is an attractive place consisting of stunning landscapes with stunning views of the Sierra Nevada mountain range. Gazebo serves as a ceremonial site as well as a reception area and is able to accommodate large parties.
Street Mary in the mountains
Along the hills of Mount Davidson in the legendary ghost town of Virginia, Nevada's oldest Catholic church and one of the most beautiful structures imaginable to host a wedding. The church was built in 1876 on the ruins of the former church structure destroyed by the "Great Fire" in 1875.
This magnificent cathedral is truly magnificent thanks to its 140-foot level, its Gothic interior embodied by entrance arches, windows, chorus and art galleries, a beautifully beautiful change and a church bell weighing 2,264 lbs. The bell was part of the former church but survived the tragic fire of the city of Virginia and actually rang for the first time in 1870, the year the original building opened for service.
Though over a century old, this charming church still radiates its magnificent beauty. With an exceptional splendor within a town that embraces an extraordinarily rich history of the "Old West", St. John's Church in the mountains offers an attractive place for a wonderfully sacred wedding experience.
Located at the base of Sierras in Genoa, Orchard House is a bed and breakfast located in the heart of Nevada's oldest settlement. Genoa is a quaint, sparsely populated city that dates back to 1855 during the "territorial" days in Nevada. Originally, the area was an area where explorers could only pass, but when a mall was established in 1851, it soon became a permanent settlement.
Orchard House dedicates several acres of garden and garden space for celebrations and receptions. The century-old fruit trees lined with the property along with an attractive open garden and beautiful landscapes provide a peaceful setting for most special occasions. Due to the wide open space of this place which is primarily reserved for weddings, it is not only allowed for large parties that can accommodate up to 400 guests, but also for the horse and cart in the bride and groom if they wish to make a grand entrance.
Weddings that are intended for adventures in intents and adventures are attractive to many couples and are often sought out by brides and grooms who are looking to marry in a rather unconventional way. Weddings of unusual nature or those with exciting historical backgrounds are also favored. Because Nevada has a rich history in the “Old West” tradition and contains an abundance of interesting Western settlements established in the 1800's, there are many desirable places to choose from when searching for exceptional objects. Gold Hill Hotel, Orchard House, St. Augustine Mary in the Mountains is just a few of what Nevada has to offer, but without a doubt three locations will meet all your expectations if you want a unique environment and a wedding day experience.