Texas has so many beautiful wedding venues! What kind of wedding are you planning? Outdoor? Historic? Garden? We share our faves here.
(If you still can’t get enough, see detailed info for all the Texas wedding venues on our site.)
Austin's a city brimming with creative spirit, so it's no surprise that couples here appreciate flexibility and freedom when it comes to wedding planning. We've rounded up some of the best Austin venues that welcome outside caterers and other vendors…or let you mastermind your own event.
From cowboys to culture, Fort Worth is a city of enticing extremes. There are so many things to pique your interest, including world-class museums, great regional dining, music, dancing, rodeo, Nascar, and even the city’s history.
Couples looking for an "outside the box" wedding venue in Dallas are in luck—the city's rich history and varied urban landscape mean unique places to celebrate are in ample supply. The following locations offer a broad range of wonderful settings, all conveniently situated in the Metroplex.
What could be more memorable and romantic than a winery or vineyard wedding? And with Texas now the fastest-growing wine region in the country, you’ll have your choice of visually stunning locales, each with its own charms and personality.
If nature is an essential element of your wedding vision, start your search by exploring these terrific Houston venues. From rustic and quaint to Shabby Chic and Old World Spanish, each one has its own distinct personality.
If there's one thing Texans know how to do, it's throw a great party. (Well, that, and barbecue!) The Houston area, in particular, is home to some of the Lone Star State's most incredible wedding venues. From simple rural charm to Old World elegance, you'll find something to love among these awesome event spaces.
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!
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.
Looking for an out-of-the-ordinary place to host your wedding? From a lakeside villa to a funky, fun restaurant with world-class comfort food, Austin is home to quite a few unique venues. Here are just a few of them to explore!
The Hill Country surrounding Austin may be known for its gorgeous scenery and thriving wine industry, but it’s also a mecca for rustic weddings. Whether you’re planning a down-home celebration with a casual barbecue or a cowgirl-chic bash with a silver-and-crystal reception, you’ll find the natural beauty of the region on display at all of these venues.
Elegant, romantic and very photogenic, Austin’s mansions are popular wedding venues for good reason. There’s definitely something special about saying “I do” beneath a 100-year-old oak or sipping champagne on a shady veranda. Host your celebration at one of these historic places and you and your guests will be transported back to a more genteel time.