Central Texas has always been known to have some of the most beautiful wedding venues. With the incredible hill country, top-notch wineries and impressive Austin hot spots, there really isn’t anywhere better to get married. But with so many amazing options, you have to narrow down the best of the best. Check out our list for the best Wedding Venues in Central Texas.
Fredericksburg – Contigo Ranch
For the perfect escape on your wedding day, Contigo Ranch offers the most beautiful outdoor wedding ceremonies. With over 10 cabins on-site, friends and family can all come together in the stunning hill country for the special day.
Wimberley – Old Glory Ranch
Old Glory is the quintessential locale for a rustic, yet elegant affair. A wooden chapel sits on 2,200 acres of riverfront property, featuring several outdoor pavilions, and guests will enjoy exploring the quaint town of Wimberley.
Fredericksburg – The Barn at Swallows Eve
If rustic chic is what you are looking for on your big day, look no further than The Barn at Swallows Eve. This beautiful barn in Fredericksburg creates the perfect backdrop for an outdoor or indoor wedding.
Stonewall – Featherstone Ranch
Simple elegance is the best way to describe Featherstone Ranch. Overlooking the breathtaking Hill Country, both beautiful outdoor and indoor spots are offered at this venue so couples can truly customize their ceremony/reception to however they like.
Austin – Laguna Gloria
The 1916 Mediterranean style villa that sits at the center of The Contemporary Austin – Laguna Gloria was designed by Clara Driscoll, based on her memories of her time spent on Italy’s Lake Como. Several waterfront sites provide impressive views of the Lake Austin shoreline.
Dripping Springs – Spicewood Vineyards
Spicewood’s reception space features wrap-around porches and stone paths, creating a scenic and warm experience. Guests will enjoy the locally produced, award-winning wines.
Austin – Mercury Hall
Mercury Hall is the perfect backdrop for an upscale backyard party. The restored 1904 chapel features rustic wood floors and original stained glass windows, and the property is ideal for outdoor receptions.
Dripping Springs – Camp Lucy
East meets west at Camp Lucy, which features two French Colonial chapels that have been relocated from Vietnam, as well as the old roof of the Bexar County Courthouse. A Hansel and Gretel-style bride’s cottage, groom’s quarters overlooking the river and a brick-paved courtyard complete the scene.