8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
There will be a few light bites in addition to cocktails in the barrel room of the winery. We cant wait to kick off our wedding weekend with you all!
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Our ceremony is optional, but we hope everyone can make it for the reception!
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Washington DC has three major airports, but Dulles is the most convenient and closest to the hotel. If you plan on flying into Reagan, plan on a more expensive Uber or taking the metro from Reagan to Dulles. Do not fly into BWI unless you plan on getting a rental car, it is very far away.
Reagan is a less convenient option to fly into, but it is a good excuse to check out downtown Washington, D.C. Head to the "things to do" tab for some recommendations.
This is where the shuttle will be leaving from for the welcome party and ceremony/reception. This link should include the discount code in the room block, but if not, use our discount code here when booking.
Discount Code - DELLE
This is a more luxurious option. It is a beautiful property with lots of different activities included. Very close to the ceremony site.
Small bed and breakfast that is less than a 10 minute drive from the venue where the welcome party and reception will be held.
House Or Rental
This 3-bedroom 2 bath Airbnb accommodates 6 people and is close to the ceremony and reception.
Evan came here the first time he went to VA to visit Kaitlin's hometown, Great Falls, VA. Kaitlin's dad's friend owns the beautiful winery.
Beautiful view atop a mountain, has great beer, and is close to the Appalachian trail. If you stop here, check out Dirt Farm Brewing as well.
A very cool Smithsonian that features historical planes and spacecraft. It is located close to Dulles Airport and the Hilton Garden Inn Haymarket.
Great winery with great views.
In Kaitlin's home town, a great hiking trail if you have easy access to a car and want some exercise. Pro tip- if you want to save money by not paying park fees start at Riverbend Park and walk two miles to Great Falls Park.
One of Kaitlin's favorite places and has one of the top shopping areas in the country. Girls, trust me this is a must-do.
Go into downtown DC to see all the monuments and go into all the Smithsonian museums (they are free!) Check out the Old Ebbit Grill while you are exploring this area of D.C.
The wharf is a beautiful waterfront spot in downtown DC that has several restaurants, shops, and bars to explore. One of Evans' favorite spots. Check out Hanks Oyster Bar for some good food.
Georgetown is one of the best waterfront spots in DC. There is great shopping, several historic buildings, and lots of restaurants.
A small city center with restaurants and shops close to Haymarket, where the hotel block for the Hilton Garden Inn is.
A brewery/winery located next to Blue Valley Winery featuring pizza & great views.
Old Town Alexandria is a quaint town with great restaurants and shops. Check out the waterfront for great views.
The National Habor has great restaurants, bars, and shops. Check out MGM and the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center.
On the Appalachian trail, this 1.6-mile out-and-back trail is considered easy on AllTrails. Pair this with visiting Bear Chase and enjoy a well-deserved beer when finished.
30 minutes away from Delaplane, discover the beautiful Shenandoah National Park by hiking it or just drive through the beautiful scenery.