Congratulations on your upcoming wedding! To celebrate your engagement, we’d like to invite you and your mom (or another special guest) to come to tea (for free!) and see what Rosemont has to offer for your special day.
Complimentary Mother-Daughter Bridal Teas at Historic Rosemont Manor
The Next Mother Daughter Bridal Tea will be Sunday, August 4th at 1 p.m.
Call (703) 879-5683 to save your spot!
- Exclusive Three-Course Tea Menu
- Tour of the Manor and Grounds
- Wedding Tips from Top Professionals
- Door Prizes & More
Reservations are required, and space is limited, so call today at (703) 879-5683 to save your spot!
Historic Rosemont Manor has always been a place for weddings. The manor was first built in 1811 as a wedding present from the first high sheriff of Clarke County for his bride! Now after 200 years as a private residence and a respite for US Presidents and other dignitaries, Rosemont has opened its doors as Northern Virginia’s Premier Wedding Venue. With multiple indoor and outdoor ceremony and reception locations to choose from, as well as Wedding Packages to fit every budget, you can make your dream wedding a reality at Historic Rosemont. Want to see more? Click Here to see more photos of beautiful and elegant Rosemont weddings. We believe Rosemont is the perfect spot for your Virginia destination wedding, but don’t just take our word for it, see what brides are saying about Rosemont.
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Coming to tea is not your “cup of tea”? We’d still love to show you around!
Call today at (703) 879-5683 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for your tour of our elegant manor house and estate grounds. No matter which of our First Lady Packages you select, rest assured we will treat you like the previous First Ladies of the US Presidents who have strolled our park-like grounds in the recent past.
Photo credits (from top): HayMcKenna Photo, Julie Napear Photography