43 Amazing Austin Wedding Venues for Your Big Day

From its beautiful parks and amazing architecture to its delicious food and soulful music, there’s a lot to love about Austin, Texas.

Perhaps that’s why this city is one of the most popular destinations for weddings not only in the Lone Star state, but in the Southern U.S.

With so many amazing Austin wedding venues to choose from, you’re sure to find multiple locations that match your vision for your upcoming nuptials. From simple and sweet to supremely sophisticated to something in between, this list has it all.

So, if you’re tying the knot and are looking for the perfect wedding venue in Austin, read on for a comprehensive list of the top 43 venues this city has to offer. 

1. Camp Lucy 

With four unique and lovely ceremony options, Camp Lucy is one of the top wedding destinations in the Texas Hill Country. Located just west of Austin, Camp Lucy boasts beautiful landscaping, delicious on-site catering and enough room for up to 350 guests. 

The restored 19th century French colonial chapel offers an indoor ceremony option while the terraced Sacred Oaks, the picturesque Vineyard and rustic Whit’s Inn are perfect for outdoor nuptials. 

Rental of the venue of your choice comes complete with custom catering menus, tent rentals and customized florals to match the theme and color scheme of your wedding.

2. The Greenhouse at Driftwood 

One of the most unique wedding venues in Austin, The Greenhouse at Driftwood uses the beauty of nature to provide a picturesque setting for your big day. 

The Greenhouse at Driftwood’s 50-plus acres, nestled between Onion Creek and Jackson Creek, offers a variety of lovely landscapes to choose from. Its two-storey greenhouse with floor-to-ceiling windows is perfect for intimate ceremonies and photo shoots while the Oak Lawn offers an elegant spot for larger weddings.

Whether you want a casual wedding or a formal event, The Greenhouse at Driftwood can bring your vision to life with an intimate dinner party or an elegant black tie banquet.

3. Ma Maison

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Located in Hill Country, this stunning event space is full of Old World charm. Featured as the top wedding venue in Texas by Southern Living, Ma Maison is the perfect place to bring your dream wedding to life. 

The 23-acre property boasts a wealth of elegant gardens and a beautiful lake. An antique French gazebo is a lovely spot for an outdoor wedding while the picturesque chapel is ideal for indoor nuptials. If you’re planning a large wedding, you can’t go wrong with the Grove. Surrounded by stately oaks, a stone altar adds a historic touch to this popular site which can accommodate 600 guests.

Receptions held in the Great Hall are always breathtaking. With its exposed beams, chandeliers and nearly 4,000 square feet of space, this hall has plenty of room for dining and dancing the night away.

4. The Addison Grove

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Country charm and big city elegance go hand-in-hand at this Austin wedding venue located just 20 minutes from the heart of downtown. Known for its whimsical willow trees and picturesque pond, The Addison Grove offers a variety of options for a memorable outdoor ceremony. 

A covered patio is the perfect place for your guests to relax and sip cocktails while the bridal party is photographed. Dinner can be enjoyed in the 6,000-square-foot modernized barn. Complete with chandeliers and rustic touches, the space offers an indoor-outdoor experience courtesy of its rolling glass doors.

If you prefer to dine al fresco, the lawn provides a charming atmosphere with twinkle lights and beautiful views.

5. The LINE Hotel Austin

Once home to a 1960s jazz club, this historic hotel located in the heart of downtown Austin is an ideal wedding day venue. With floor-to-ceiling windows offering a stunning view of Town Lake, The LINE’s Topaz Ballroom is ideal for mid-afternoon and sunset nuptials alike. 

The elegant Onyx Ballroom can seat up to 665 people, accommodating even the largest of weddings and, with plenty of rooms on the premises, there’s tons of lodgings for your out-of-town guests, too.

Looking for a more intimate affair? The LINE Austin can accommodate that too with a range of more intimate spaces for 50 guests or less.

6. The Contemporary Austin at Laguna Gloria

Located on beautiful Lake Austin, this 14-acre historic landmark doubles as a unique wedding venue that will truly wow your guests. 

Only five miles from the heart of the city, Laguna Gloria’s lush landscapes, exquisite outdoor sculptures and Italian-style villa make this a popular choice for indoor and outdoor ceremonies. 

Enjoy a lovely outdoor ceremony at the elegant Laguna Gloria amphitheater or the whimsical ‘Temple of Love’ followed by dinner in the villa ballroom and dancing on the terrace. What could be more perfect?

7. Hotel Saint Cecilia

Created to honor the patron saint of music and poetry, this boutique hotel in South Austin has a history rich in the arts. Hotel Saint Cecilia boasts secluded grounds made dramatic by the 300-year-old oak trees at the heart of the property. 

The perfect place for an elegant, resort-style wedding, couples who choose to “buy out” the grounds for the day get exclusive access to the entire property including the outdoor patio and fireside lounge. The buyout also comes with an event planner and a choice of exclusive caterers.

With room for up to 150 guests, Hotel Saint Cecilia is the perfect venue for intimate and mid-sized wedding celebrations.

8. Barr Mansion

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If you’ve always dreamed of an estate-style wedding, this may be the venue for you. Located 15 minutes outside of downtown Austin, the sprawling grounds and gorgeous gardens of Barr Mansion are a beautiful backdrop for outdoor ceremonies and photo shoots. 

When it’s time to party, the climate-controlled Artisan Ballroom, boasting 40-foot glass walls, is a breathtaking location for your reception and can accommodate up to 266 guests. If you need a little more space, the charming Victorian house can seat 300.

This full-service venue also offers professional event planning, custom catering, experienced bartenders and, of course, gorgeous wedding cakes, helping to take the load off of your shoulders.

9. Gruene Estate

One of the most unique and beautiful wedding venues in Texas hill country, this historic homestead’s open air chapel is the ultimate place to exchange vows. Located on 17 acres of  lush green space, the estate can accommodate up to 250 guests.

The modern farmhouse covered pavilion, fields of grazing longhorns and horses and fresh, wide-open spaces make this the ideal venue for any couple who wants a country wedding.

All about natural, rustic elegance, Gruene Estate’s barn is perfect for a country-style reception with its reclaimed barn wood tables and chairs and antique crystal chandeliers. Charming touches like twinkle lights and a chandelier tree make this a magical spot for your big day.

 10. Blanton Museum of Art

If you’ve always dreamed of an indoor wedding in a breathtaking setting, the Blanton Museum of Art’s atrium should fit the bill. With its soaring 50-foot ceilings, skylights and azure walls that fade to white as you look up, this downtown Austin event center is accented by Moorish arches and a dramatic staircase. 

The mezzanine is available for a pre-reception cocktail hour and guests are welcome to view the art in the museum’s first-floor galleries during the bridal party photo shoot.

With the ability to accommodate 150 seated guests or up to 300 for a standing reception, the Blanton Museum of Art is a unique venue that will leave you with beautiful memories of your special day. 

 11. South Congress Hotel

Located just one minute away from downtown Austin, the South Congress Hotel offers stylish options for both indoor and outdoor ceremonies. Exchange vows poolside, in the hotel’s lavish courtyard or, for a more intimate setting, in a special bridal suite. 

You can get the party started in the hotel’s elegant event space with a sumptuous dinner for up to 200 guests followed by dancing under the stars to live music.

If you want a smaller, less extravagant event, the hotel has intimate ceremony packages for more price-conscious couples.  A three-course meal, wedding cake and bar service as well as a complimentary night in a honeymoon suite guarantees you a beautiful wedding on a budget. 

12. Allan House

What could be more romantic than saying “I do” on the grounds of a historic, 19th century home? If that’s your idea of a dream wedding, then Allan House could be the Austin wedding venue for you. 

With its lush landscaping, open-air verandahs and perfectly-appointed rooms, booking this beautiful event space gives you exclusive use to all its amenities both inside and out.

A large courtyard ceremony and reception is perfect for up to 150 seated guests while the verandah makes an ideal location for a more intimate celebration. Two private changing suites, a one-hour rehearsal and decorative lighting are just a few of the venue amenities you can expect when you book your big day at Allan House.

13. The Plant at Kyle

Set on 17 acres of Texas Hill Country, this is one of the more modern wedding venues in the Austin area. Perfect for couples seeking an industrial vibe, the lush, green lawn is a unique place to get married. 

With room for up to 300 guests, the Plant at Kyle is ideal for big weddings. Larger receptions can be held outdoors under the stars while more intimate gatherings can be enjoyed in the elegant screened porch.

While this is not a full-service venue, a well-appointed kitchen is available to the caterer of your choice.

14. Hotel Van Zandt

Sophistication and style is always guaranteed at Hotel Van Zandt. And that’s what makes this boutique hotel such an amazing place for a wedding. 

Located in the city’s Rainey Street neighborhood, the rooftop is a romantic place to say “I do.” With multiple options for indoor and outdoor ceremonies, you’re bound to find the one that’s right for you. 

Whether you’re hosting a large traditional wedding or are looking for the perfect space for intimate ceremonies or elopements, Hotel Van Zandt is sure to have a package that will fit your needs.

15. Mercury Hall

If you’re looking for Hill Country charm in the convenience of the city, Mercury Hall always delivers. 

Located just minutes from downtown Austin, this century-old event space offers three amazing options for outdoor ceremonies, including the gorgeous rock garden courtyard. If you prefer to be inside, the stained glass windows and high ceilings of the hall are perfect for a romantic ceremony, reception or both.

While Mercury Hall is not a full-service venue, it does offer a list of preferred caterers and vendors to couples looking for high-quality recommendations.

16. Meadow Barn

Fragrant flower-filled gardens and two charming, rustic barns make this the ideal wedding venue for couples seeking a simple, yet meaningful ceremony. And, with its focus on offering reasonable pricing, Meadow Barn is a great venue for a couple on a budget.

Less than 20 miles out of the city in the heart of the Texas woodlands, Meadow Barn has two lovely ceremony sites. Each site boasts a modernized yet rustic barn and several options for outdoor vows from a field of wildflowers to an oak tree alcove. The open-air barns make perfect dance floors  and open into areas for outdoor seated dinners.

 17. The Vista on Seaward Hill

Who says you need to leave the city to enjoy a Hill Country vibe on your big day? With its fabulous fountains and gorgeous gardens, the Vista on Seaward Hill, is one of the best wedding venues for a couple seeking traditional elegance. 

Located just minutes from downtown Austin, there are a variety of outdoor ceremony and dining options as well as a formal banquet hall with stunning views. Designed to accommodate up to 200 guests, this venue offers a special VOSH DJ and system as well as separate bride and groom changing areas.

If you’re on a budget, you may want to take advantage of the $1,500 venue discount for weddings held in January, February, July or August. 

18. Hotel San José

Couples looking for an offbeat and economical venue for their special day will love the minimalist charm offered by this bungalow-style hotel in Austin’s South Congress neighborhood. 

Originally a motor court built in 1936, the space was renovated and reopened in 2000 complete with a wine and beer lounge. Located a stone’s throw away from  Lady Bird Johnson Lake, Hotel San José is ideal for intimate gatherings. 

Couples can enjoy an outdoor courtyard ceremony followed by the reception style of their choice. The venue can accommodate 20 seated guests, 50 for a buffet-style dinner or 60 for a cocktail party.   

 19. UMLAUF Sculpture Garden & Museum

Winding pathways, peaceful ponds and sophisticated sculptures make this unique outdoor space an idyllic spot to start your lives together.

After saying your vows under the open-air steel and limestone arbor, you can take advantage of the UMLAUF garden’s natural beauty for your wedding day photo shoot. The covered terrace and lawns, complete with festoon lighting, set an elegant stage for your reception. And, with exclusive use of the grounds, you and your guests can really cut loose and celebrate.

The venue, which can accommodate up to 250 guests, also offers an intimate wedding ceremony package for up to 15 guests; perfect for couples with smaller budgets.

20. The Driskill

Photo: Angela King

If you’re a history buff, why not say your vows in the building that has hosted former presidents not to mention grand parties from the early 20th century? Located in the heart of downtown Austin, the Driskill was established in 1886 and quickly became known as ‘the’ place to be in south-central Texas.

One of the most unique Austin wedding venues, the Driskill expertly blends past and present to offer you a unique and beautiful venue for your nuptials. With three elegant and lavish ballrooms to choose from, you’re sure to find one that suits the theme and style of your ceremony and reception.

The Driskill also has several wedding specialists on staff to help you plan every aspect of your big day from the nuptials, to the reception to the rehearsal dinner and even a day-after brunch.

21. Chapel Dulcinea

There are two things to love about this unique outdoor chapel. The first? It’s beautiful with amazing Hill Country views. And, second, it’s completely free. Perfect for couples who are tight for cash, this Austin wedding venue provides a charming place to recite your vows without breaking the bank.

Located roughly 20 minutes southwest of downtown Austin, Chapel Dulcinea has been free for couples looking to tie the knot since 2005. A cancellation deposit is required to book the chapel, but it will be refunded after the ceremony.

While the chapel is ideal for your ceremony and wedding photos, you will need to host your reception in a different location.

22. Ranch Austin

Whether you want a down-home-style wedding or a wedding that’s country chic, Ranch Austin could be just what you’re looking for. 

Located just minutes from the city, this Austin, Texas wedding venue is full of down-home charm from its lush green fields complete with Texas Longhorns to its rustic decor.

Surrounded by oak trees wrapped in fairy lights, the outdoor patio boasts more than 10,000 square feet of space. Perfect for your ceremony, sit-down dinner or as a dance floor, patio features include a covered stage, bar and seating area with a gas fireplace. If you prefer a reception indoors, the elegantly-appointed banquet hall comfortably seats 160.

23. Anderson Terrace Wedding & Event Venue

Full of Hill Country charm, this Austin, Texas wedding venue offers an out-of-city experience with none of the hassle or travel time of heading to the country.  Completely surrounded by stately trees, the property features green meadows with two ceremony options and a patio equipped for seated dinners for up to 96 guests.

If your goal is to keep pricing down, this could be the Austin venue you seek. Known for its ‘micro’ weddings, Anderson Terrace offers some of the most economical packages in the area. For less than $4,000, you can host a ceremony and reception with all of the trimmings for 30 or fewer guests — and that includes the help of a wedding coordinator. 

24. Lone Oak Barn

If you want a wedding full of rustic, country charm with just the right hint of sophistication and style, you can’t do better than Lone Oak Barn.

Just a 20-minute drive from Austin, this gem is located in picturesque Round Rock, Texas. The rustic yet modernized barn is the focal point of this country property, although its namesake, the lone live oak tree complete with a swing, is ideal for wedding photos. 

Ceremonies can be held on the lawn, the back patio, the south hall or the grand hall depending on preference and weather. No matter what you choose, you can expect beautiful floral arrangements for your nuptials and reception. The barn is well equipped for dinner and dancing and can accommodate up to 250. 

25. Brodie Homestead

Located just 10 minutes from downtown Austin, Texas this charming venue is all about rustic elegance. The showstopper of this historic homestead is the barn. With its 38-foot wooden gambrel roof ceiling enhanced by six gorgeous crystal chandeliers, it truly is a remarkable place to get married. 

Perfect for both the ceremony and reception alike, the space can be flipped from ceremony to reception by Brodie Homestead staff for up to 200 guests. If you have a smaller wedding — less than 120 guests — the space can easily accommodate both ceremony and reception without a flip.

The natural beauty of the property surrounding the venue is perfect for wedding photos and will give your big day that special country feel.

26. House on the Hill

If the idea of having a southern estate all to yourselves and your guests appeals, then House on the Hill could be perfect for your upcoming nuptials.

This rustic, yet stylish venue is especially great for couples who appreciate a good deal. Reasonable pricing and convenience go hand-in-hand at House on the Hill courtesy of its all-inclusive package deals. The most popular, the weekend package, allows you to host your rehearsal, rehearsal dinner, wedding and reception all at one venue as well as accommodate 20 overnight guests for two nights.

House on the Hill is about far more than just value, however. Say “I do” in front of a beautiful waterfall before having a seated dinner followed by dancing outdoors under the covered pavilion. The options for your ceremony and reception at this Austin, Texas venue are endless.

27. Life Austin Chapel

If you’re looking for a traditional chapel for exchanging your vows, it doesn’t get much better than this beautiful church. Located in southwest Austin, the gateway of Texas Hill Country, this white limestone chapel combines old-world charm with modern amenities to offer couples a perfect wedding ceremony.

With its rustic timber and antique Parisian Bell ready to ring in your nuptials, Life Austin Chapel has more than enough ambience for your big day. It also boasts state-of-the-art audio and video capabilities and seating for up to 300 guests.

While you will need to hold your reception elsewhere, the chapel offers couples a comprehensive list of wedding vendors and nearby venues to choose from.

28. Tiny T Ranch

Combining down-home charm, beautiful views and a whole lot of ambience is this truly unique wedding venue where the tiny chapel steals the show.

Located on 30 acres of land approximately 20 minutes from downtown Austin, Texas, Tiny T Ranch is great for small and large ceremonies alike. Most couples opt to be married on the chapel steps with seating set up in the field for up to 100 guests. Small receptions for 30 or fewer can be hosted in the chapel while larger celebrations can be accommodated by the 1,200-square-foot pavilion.

Couples who book with the Tiny T Ranch will work with the owner, affectionately known as Spike, to plan the perfect wedding day. She is also available to officiate your ceremony.

29. Le San Michele

One of the most charming wedding venues just outside Austin, Texas, Le San Michele will transport you to Old World Europe. The two-story limestone house is situated on 12 acres of land featuring gorgeous gardens, water features, statuary and natural landscaping that’s perfect for outdoor nuptials and wedding photos.

The limestone terrace is ideal for dancing while seated dinners can be held inside or outdoors. If rain forces your ceremony inside, you won’t be disappointed by the 10-foot ceilings, ceramic tile floors, and wrought iron fixtures in this 18th-century, Italian-style homestead.

30. University of Texas Golf Club

If you’re looking for an all-in-one, resort-style wedding venue that comes complete with well-trained staff and a highly acclaimed chef, the University of Texas Golf Club could be the venue for you.

Designed to accommodate both indoor and outdoor weddings, you can have the clubhouse, patio and open-air 3,400 square-foot pavilion decorated according to your color scheme and theme.

The pavilion, which overlooks the picturesque 18th hole of the golf course, is ideal for reciting your vows or dancing while the tall wooden ceilings, warm fireplace and full length windows of the main dining room, lend your sit-down dinner a cozy feel.

31. Fairmont Austin

Weddings are all about the memories you create with the one you love most. That’s the motto of Fairmont Austin located right in the downtown core of this fair city.

With event spaces for large and small weddings, this swanky hotel can accommodate your vision for your big day. The lavish Manchester Ballroom is a favorite location for dinner and dancing while the outdoor Palm Court, with its view of the Austin skyline, make for a spectacular spot to say “I do.” You and your guests will be treated to a delicious culinary experience and first-rate service throughout the day.

As an added incentive, you’ll receive a complimentary suite for two consecutive nights as well as a one-night stay on your first anniversary.

32. Sage Hill Inn & Spa

If you’ve always dreamed of saying your vows with the breathtaking view of Hill Country as your backdrop, this sumptuous resort spa could be just the venue you’ve been looking for.

Located on 90 acres just a few minute’s drive south of Austin, Sage Hill Inn & Spa sits atop a hill above Onion Creek and boasts an abundance of trees, fields and wildflowers that are perfect for wedding photos.

Host your ceremony under one of the elegant old oak trees and then enjoy an open-air or tented reception complete with a sit-down dinner and dancing for 150 guests.

33. The Oasis on Lake Travis

This Texas jewel was created with wedding venues in mind. Its Hill Country atmosphere and Tuscan charm make the Oasis on Lake Travis a great place to tie the knot.

The Oasis offers five outdoor options for your nuptials including Palm Court, with its stunning view of Lake Travis, and Lakeside Terrace with its gorgeous Tuscan stone arches. There are also a number of indoor options for both your ceremony and celebration afterward.

Oasis staff, led by an expert event coordinator, will walk you through the entire planning process to help you achieve the perfect day.

34. Mansion at ColoVista

What Southern belle wouldn’t want to be like Scarlett O’Hara on her wedding day? Thanks to Mansion at ColoVista, you can have all of the elegance and charm a southern plantation homestead offers as the backdrop for your wedding day.

Nestled in the lost pines of Bastrop, Texas, this 16,000-square-foot colonial style mansion boasts marble-white columns, a Gone With the Wind-style staircase, marble floors and crystal chandeliers.

Located between Austin and Houston, the mansion sits on 700 acres of private property that offers beautiful outdoor spaces perfect for your wedding photos. Weddings can be held inside or outdoors and there is ample room for dinner and dancing in the mansion’s opulent ballroom.

35. Garey House

Affordability and Tuscan style go hand-in-hand at this event space in beautiful Hill Country.  Located 40 minutes from downtown Austin in historic Georgetown, Texas, this charming house is set within a 525-acre public park. 

The spacious patio and gorgeous grounds overlooking a pond offer several ceremony and reception locations for weddings large or small. The Great Room is perfect for an intimate indoor celebration with its floor-to-ceiling fireplace and breezy patio doors. Garey House will accommodate 80 guests for a seated dinner while the courtyard patio provides space for 125.

36. Two Wishes Ranch

If you want to escape the city for your upcoming nuptials, the peace and beauty of Two Wishes Ranch could be just what you need. 

Located just 30 minutes from downtown Austin, this beautiful outdoor space boasts country gardens and a rustic yet stylish barn brimming with charm and natural light. Say your vows in the beauty of picturesque ranch grounds before heading inside for dinner and dancing. The climate-controlled barn, which can easily handle 300 guests, features handcrafted farm tables and antique wooden chairs for a rustic touch.

If you want to dance outside, the pavilion offers ample room for a live band or DJ while the string lights lend a magical touch to the space.

37. Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa

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Elegance and serenity are the order of the day at this Texas resort and spa. Located along the banks of the lower Colorado River between Austin and Bastrop, the Lost Pines Resort and Spa offer endless ceremony and reception possibilities. From outdoor climate controlled pavilions, to beautiful ballrooms and picturesque patios, you’re sure to find the perfect spot to say “I do.”

If the weather changes your plan for a ceremony outdoors, your nuptials can be moved to one of the resort’s climate-controlled pavilions. With retractable floor-to-ceiling windows you can still enjoy the beauty of outdoors while being sheltered from the elements.

As an added bonus, the bridal couple receives a discount on resort room rates if you opt to stay and enjoy the gorgeous golf course or relaxing spa. 

38. Woodbine Mansion

If you’re looking for whimsical Austin wedding venues, then what could be better than getting married at a Texas historical landmark?

This elegant, family-owned venue, just 19 miles from downtown Austin, sits on 1.5 acres of lush, beautiful grounds. Once you settle on Woodbine Mansion, the hardest decision will be whether to celebrate inside or out. With its original chandeliers and mirrors and grand dining room, the mansion is perfect for a seated dinner. 

Private gardens and spacious courtyards are ideal not only for your ceremony but for outdoor entertaining as well. And you won’t want to miss having your pictures take in the elegant gazebo.

39. Canyonwood Ridge

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Located in the Texas wedding capital of Dripping Springs, this Hill Country event center sits atop a ridge decorated by elegant oaks.

Designed specifically for weddings, this 12,000-square-foot venue boasts multiple sites for outdoor vows and photographs. The charming chapel, boasting large windows and lots of natural light, is perfect for indoor nuptials while the rustically elegant reception hall was made for dinner and dancing. 

With the ability to accommodate up to 300, Canyonwood Ridge is one of the best country wedding venues for a large celebration.

40. Vista West Ranch

Combining country charm and bohemian chic this unique event center was one of the first wedding venues established in Dripping Springs, Texas.

The towering oaks and rolling hills make Vista West Ranch a lovely venue for your wedding day. The property boasts multiple sites for outdoor nuptials while the rustic barn, complete with willow sphere and festoon lighting, is the ideal setting for dinner and dancing. With the ability to accommodate up to 250, the ranch can easily handle large and small wedding celebrations.

41. The Winfield Inn

If you want a wedding steeped in history, this Texas Hill Country gem can give it to you. The Winfield features a historic house shaded by mature oaks and surrounded by lush, green grounds. 

Set on 33 acres of property 20 miles south of Austin, this homestead boasts multiple sites that are perfect for your ceremony. Pictures in the gazebo or by the ‘kissing trees’ provide beautiful memories while the garden ballroom provides a magical setting for a sit down dinner and dance.

Resplendent with French Empire chandeliers and Swarovski crystal wall lighting, the ballroom is surrounded by the abundant blooms of the inn’s gorgeous gardens.

42. The Wild Onion Ranch

If you want a wedding with a view, the Wild Onion Ranch in Manchaca, Texas won’t disappoint.  The sparkling waterfalls, bountiful gardens and lush green lawns make this Old San Antonio Road ranch a must-see if a country wedding appeals to you.

Wild Onion Ranch is the ideal event venue for your nuptials whether you choose to wed in the garden under magical twinkling lights or under the stately oaks. Your dinner and dance can be held inside or out depending on your preference. The ranch can comfortably seat 400 guests. Need more space? Ask for a tent to accommodate up to 1,000.

43. The Vineyards at Chappel Lodge

Surrounded by 53 acres of wildflowers, oaks and a California-inspired vineyard, the Vineyards at Chappel Lodge is all about romance.  

This south Austin resort-style wedding venue offers beautiful outdoor sites for ceremonies and photos while the large climate-controlled reception tent gives you and up to 300 guests the beauty of outdoors and protection from the heat.

For an additional fee, an in-house event coordinator will help you plan all of the details to make sure your big day comes off without a hitch.

The Takeaway

Nothing is more important than finding the right venue for you and your beloved. Aside from finding the perfect dress, choosing where to say your vows is the most important decision you’ll make. So, if you’re searching for wedding venues in Austin, Texas or the surrounding area, this list will have you well on your way toward the wedding day of your dreams.

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