Texas Wedding Venues You’ll Love
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.)
Bed & Breakfast Inns not only serve as unique wedding venues, they also provide overnight accommodations. Texas is rich in B&Bs, and the ones featured here offer a variety of event settings.
Boutique hotels are usually one-of-a-kind, and can deliver an equally unique experience. You'll discover that hosting your wedding at a more intimate hotel may be the perfect choice for you.
Halfway between Dallas and Austin, Waco puts you in the Texas heartland. And while the city's claim to fame may be Chip & Joanna Gaines from the "Fixer Upper" TV show, this college town (Baylor University) has plenty of attractions.
Although it's known as the "Piney Woods Wonderland" thanks to its many forested areas, East Texas is worth visiting for more than its abundance of trees. If you host a weekend wedding at one of the venues featured, why not add some extra fun to the festivities by exploring a few of the attractions East Texas has to offer.
THE SPRINGS Event Venues offers a variety of premier venues with a focus on natural beauty. In fact, nature is everywhere—in the gorgeous landscaping at each location, as well as in the wood and stone elements inside their reception halls.
In a city where the official slogan is "Big things happen here", it's not easy to take a wealth of wedding venues and narrow them down to a "best of" list. But we've given it a shot and here a few great suggestions for your Big Day.
Central Texas is a region of contrasts, and the wedding venues here reflect that. We've put together a selection that showcases a variety of settings, from charmingly rustic to country chic.
Affectionately known as Aggieland, College Station is home to Texas A&M, one of the state's most beloved institutions and the premier education, research, cultural, and sports center of the area. The surrounding Brazos Valley boasts river views, hiking, pre-Civil War sites, sprawling ranches and, of course, great wedding venues that blend country charm with southern hospitality.