Some of Texas’ most beautiful waterfront wedding venues aren’t on the Gulf coast—they’re on Lake Travis! Just 20 minutes from Austin, the lake and its surrounding area offer a natural environment with woods, hills, and prairie land, not to mention plenty of outdoor recreation options (fishing, boating, swimming, scuba diving, picnicking, camping, and zip lining). Host your wedding at any of these Austin waterfront venues, and you can easily turn your celebration into a vacation!
It makes sense that a city as rich in history and culture as Miami would have some truly amazing places to celebrate. Want to get married at a private estate or on a beach? Maybe a historic Spanish Monastery is more your style… Here is a selection of unique Miami wedding venues, each one with something special to offer.
Mary Allred faced a common dilemma that most grooms’ mothers know all too well: where to hold a rehearsal dinner for her son’s Atlanta wedding? Ultimately, Mary did more than just come up with an interesting venue—she came up with a totally different experience that all members of the wedding party will remember for a long time.
Austin’s a great place for an outdoor wedding. It offers a variety of venues and settings, and whether you celebrate at a Victorian Mansion, a resort, or a Sculpture Garden and Museum, nature will enhance your event.
Austin gets high rankings for so many things: its outdoor attractions (parks, lakes and trails), fine restaurants, support of the arts, and overall quality of life. After checking out the city’s wedding venues, we’d have to say it’s a great place to get married, too. Here’s a selection of some of Austin’s best spots to tie the knot.
Even if you’re on a budget you can still have a celebration with panache. Whether you’re into historic charm, industrial chic or penthouse panoramas, you’ll find a place that’s compatible with your style—and your bank account—in this selection of some of Virginia’s most affordable wedding venues.