Why You'll Love This Place
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- It's a family-run farm-turned-wedding venue with a totally unique style. The namesake Texas Rock House was built by the owners’ grandparents in the 1940s. They constructed it from stones they collected from 37 different states, and they carved a "Texas" out of a big piece of limestone and placed it on the front of the house.
- Exchange vows under the Texas Sky, then toast the day in the restored barn, which boasts a dance floor, market lights, and a spacious adjacent courtyard. Be sure to wander around the property for some fabulous photo ops—and don't forget to pay a visit to Buddy and Larry, the farm's darling miniature-breed steers.
- The bride and groom each have their own space: While the bride and her bridesmaids get ready in the one-of-a-kind Texas Rock House, the groom and his guys can hang out in the new Groom’s Cottage, equipped with a lounge area, bar, TV, Xbox, shower, toilet, and refrigerator.
Prices: What's this going to cost?
- Rental fee varies depending on:
- Day of week
- Time of year
- Type of event
Based on 100 people
- Package prices vary depending on:
- Time of day
Micro Wedding Package includes:
- 4 hours and up to 25 guests
- Ceremony site with arch and rustic benches
- Tables, chairs, and linens
- Bridal Bouquet
- Choice of: 2 layer 9" cake or 2 dozen cupcakes with rosette design
|Meetings||Total meeting capacity for this venue is 150.|
- Outdoor Ceremony
- Wedding Receptions
- Outdoor Reception
- Small Wedding
- Rehearsal Dinner
- Special Events / Parties
- Business Functions / Meetings
- On-Site Accommodations
- Late Night
- LGBTQ+ Friendly
Buildings, other structures, and natural settings available at this venue:
- Ranch / Farm
- Patio / Deck / Terrace
Peep the views you’ll enjoy from this venue!
- Landscaped Grounds
- Meadow / Fields
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