We’re one of the recommended photographers at the Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs, WV. Weddings at this venue are always stunning.
As WV wedding photographers we’re experienced in shooting weddings and elopements at The Greenbrier. It has continued to evolve as a venue and recently added a wedding chapel on its grounds. One big appeal of this location is that couples can get married and have their reception without ever having to leave the resort. We’ve done a lot of different Greenbrier Resort photography. There have been large weddings with many guests, intimate elopements, engagement sessions and bridal portrait sessions.
The Greenbrier Resort is considered to be one of the crown jewels of West Virginia and is one of the most popular wedding venues in the state. It’s important to keep in mind that this venue sees a lot of traffic and there are frequently multiple events going on any given weekend. We generally have to work around other visitors to the hotel when shooting portraits on wedding days at the Greenbrier.
The Greenbrier Resort is nestled in the Allegheny Mountains of southern West Virginia. The resort spans 11,000 acres of land and boasts over 700 guest rooms, a golf course, tennis arena, equestrian stables and many other amenities.
This place is a wedding photographers playground, offering a dizzying array of brightly colored and patterned spaces for creative wedding photos. This upscale and colorful wedding and reception venue is one of our favorites in West Virginia.
This resort is most recognized for its stylish, colorful decor created by internationally renowned interior designer Dorothy Draper. Though this redesign of the hotel happened way back in 1948, it stands the test of time, remaining as bold today as it was back then.
There are a lot of options for both indoor and outdoor weddings at this venue. Some of the most popular wedding locations are the Greenbrier Chapel, the Crystal Room and outside on the Colonial Terrace. Depending on guest list size receptions are frequently held in the Cameo Ballroom.
Since 1778 people have been visiting the Greenbrier Resort to relax, dine and have a good time. During the late 1950s the space was commissioned by the federal government to build an emergency bunker for Congress,as the resort is located a short train ride away from the nation’s capitol in Washington, DC.
The resort was purchased by WV billionaire Jim Justice in 2009 who has since expanded its facilities and attracted both the PGA and NFL. The venue annually hosts the Greenbrier Classic PGA tour event and the New Orleans Saints NFL team holds practices at Greenbrier athletic facilities. A wedding chapel was constructed on the resort property in 2015.