Fauquier Springs Country Club :-
Once the site of a Virginia Spa resort in the early 1800's, Fauquier Springs Country Club has had a long and colorful place in Virginia history. Nestled on the banks of the Rappahannock River in Warrenton, Virginia, the club boasts inspiring mountain views and a most elegant 30,000 square foot private clubhouse rebuilt in December 1991.
Fauquier Springs Country Club was founded in 1957 and occupies the site of the famous historic Fauquier White Sulphur Springs Resort dating back to pre-Civil War days. The Gazebo, built at the site of the original springs, displays craftsmanship of the mid-nineteenth century and allows a wonderful backdrop for picture taking.
Wedding Trivia: The groom's flower, worn on his lapel, usually matches one of the flowers in his bride's bouquet. This tradition goes back to medieval times when knights wore the colors of their lady in tournaments.