The history and charm of old courthouses across the state serve as a backdrop for these one-of-a-kind wedding day looks.[line]
Barbour County Courthouse: Built at the start of the 20th century, this Richardsonian Romanesque courthouse in Philippi is a romantic backdrop. The current structure replaced the original courthouse, which was used to house Union troops during the Civil War.
Boone County Courthouse: This Neoclassical Revival courthouse in Madison was completed in 1921 and got an extra touch of glamour when its dome was gold-leafed in 1977.
Tucker County Courthouse: Built in 1898, this combination Flemish Renaissance and Romanesque Revival-style structure is a modern-vintage girl’s dream with peeling green walls, soaring ceilings, and romantic hideaways.
Tyler County Courthouse: This eerily elegant Classical Revival-style courthouse in Middlebourne in Tyler County dates back to 1854.