Our top 12 Texas wedding venues
Did all you desert brides peep our list of incredible desert wedding venues across the US? Next up on the venue hunt, we have our favorite places to tie the knot in Texas. Yes, a few well-loved venues like White Sparrow Barn (in above photo by Megan Kay Photography) made our list, but we also compiled many gorgeous alternatives across the state. Shall we?
4. This gem is venue Olde Dobbin Station about an hour’s drive from Houston, featuring historic 1900s structures that have been restored to a chapel, reception hall, and bride + groom’s suites. (Photos by Nadine Berns)
5. As promised, The White Sparrow Barn is an undeniable stunner. In this fine art fall wedding captured by Callie Manion, the couple chose to say I Do outdoors and hold the reception in the barn. See more White Sparrow Barn weddings here!
6. A historic Victorian home, Allan House in Downtown Austin, is a popular historic venue (built in 1883!) among locals. It is one of the most storied properties in Austin. The oak trees and gardens have a unique look in each season, too. (Photos by Julie Wilhite)
(Photo by Julie Wilhite)
(Photo by Gloria Goode)
8. For another impressive white wedding venue, Mercury Hall boasts a Hill Country feel right in Austin. While they have a list of preferred vendors available, they allow you to include any outside vendors you’d like. Those stained glass windows!
9. Jewel tones were right at home in this winter wedding by Feather and Twine at Canyonwood Ridge, a Dripping Springs wedding venue surrounded by oak trees. There’s a spot for outdoor ceremonies, but this chapel sure is spectacular.
11. Ma Maison (French for “my house”) is a European inspired wedding venue. There are multiple ceremony spots on site, including right in front of this antique French gazebo. (Photos by Jenna McElroy)
12. Lastly, Emerson Venue is a new Texas venue with the cutest chapel on site, reimagined by designer Leanne Ford. Both the chapel and Victorian home seat up to 200, and there’s a separate bridal suite + groom’s cabin too. Take a tour of Emerson Venue here! (Photo by Ben Q Photography)