There were 150 guests for Tashauna and Roger’s wedding at Silver Hearth Lodge in Bent Mountain, VA. This was our first time at this venue, and it’s always such fun to explore new places. This one was especially remote with breathtaking views. We always leave a little earlier for weddings at venues we’ve never been, and we knew this one was up a winding hill! The weather was perfect with a high of 84 and a low of 67. There were thunderstorms expected, but it turned out to be a really nice day.
The bride and groom even sent us directions and a link to their wedding website to make sure we didn’t get lost! Apparently most people get lost finding this mountainous venue :) We found it just fine though!!
Casey played solo violin for this wedding ceremony, and he played Canon in D for the bridal party and the Bridal March for the bride.
This wedding is the perfect example of a wedding where a solo violin works beautifully. They wanted simplicity and beauty, and a solo violinist captures that really nicely.
The bride and groom had this sweet bicycle to show their fondness for cycling!
This wedding was simple, sweet, fun and relaxed. Guests were appreciative of the music. Virginia mountains are really beautiful, and it was fun to explore a new place. If you’re looking for a venue off the beaten bath a bit in Virginia, check out Silver Hearth Lodge. The views are some of the best we’ve seen!
Thanks for inviting us!! Hope to be back at a Virginia wedding soon!
April is a professional violinist and the music coordinator for Dean's Duets.