Many Virginia bed and breakfast are ideal locations for weddings. They're warm and inviting, in lovely historic or new buildings. They're in the heart of town, by the sea, or out in the country. In short, you are sure to find a bed and breakfast Virginia to fulfill your wedding dream. [caption id="" align="alignright" width="300" caption="Make your wedding unique: host it at a Virginia bed and breakfast."][/caption] Some innkeepers cater weddings themselves, while others have good relationships with local photographers, caterers, and officiants. This may be your first wedding, but it probably isn't their first wedding, and you will find them both helpful and reassuring. One of the best reasons to have your wedding at a Virginia bed and breakfast is that the wedding party can lodge at the wedding venue. The entire wedding party can sleep under the same roof the nights before and after the wedding. Host your rehearsal dinner at the inn, as well as the reception, and don't worry if you toast the nuptials often - you just need to walk to your room at the end of the evening. A few good places to get married in Central Virginia: Mayhurst Inn, a 1859 Italianiate Victorian Manor in Orange, VA; Winterham Plantation, an antebellum manor on 14 acres near Richmond, VA; and Longacre Bed and Breakfast, a lovely brick Tudor home in Appomattox. A few good places to get married in Southern Virginia: Maysville Manor. a federal manor in Buckingham, VA; The Three Angels Inn at the historic Sherwood Plantation, near Lawrenceville, VA; and Cooper's Landing Inn in historic Clarksville on the Lake.