Lounge and live it up in luxury at these 10 simple elegant wedding venues in and around Houston. You’ll be in the excellent company of many couples who have chosen these beautiful though not-too-buttoned-down Houston wedding venues for their own relaxed and romantic celebrations!
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Are you looking to escape the city or be right in the heart of Houston on your wedding day? Join us on Tuesday, Feb. 28, for our legendary I Do! Wedding Soiree, and discover three distinctive wedding venues, each with its own unique ceremony and reception spaces. Upon entering the Soiree, prepare to be dazzled by The Corinthian, our downtown Houston host venue, featuring soaring neoclassical columns, magnificent windows and oodles of ornate details. If you’ve got your sights set on a charming, rustic-elegant wedding location, where you and your guests can relax and revel in true Texas style, you’ll want to seek out Big Easy Ranch, also exhibiting at our spring Soiree. And those looking for a chic, modern venue can talk with the team from The Ballroom at Bayou Place, where contemporary architecture meets sweeping city views.
Be sure to purchase your advance-sale tickets to Houston’s ONLY luxury wedding event, coming to The Corinthian on Tuesday, Feb. 28, from 6 to 9 p.m., and featuring these gorgeous Houston area wedding venues, plus 40 of Houston’s top wedding vendors and experts. Tickets will sell out, they always do! Bonus: Purchase your tickets by 11:59 p.m. TONIGHT, Friday, Feb. 17, and you could WIN an awesome $700 on-location engagement shoot from acclaimed Houston wedding photographer Adam Nyholt!! Our winner will be notified next week, and announced live at the I Do! Wedding Soiree. Don’t miss out!
WEDDINGS IN HOUSTON Spring 2015 | Real Wedding Feature
Holly & Elliot ~ September 1, 2013
Though they attended the same Fort Bend high school, Holly and Elliott didn’t actually meet until years later at a birthday party. “I saw Elliott playing giant Jenga, and instantly his smile drew me in,” Holly recounts. There were smiles all around when Elliott surprised Holly with his proposal in front of more than 20 family members and close friends at a Thanksgiving dinner the couple hosted at their home. And more smiles still when 180 guests gathered for the couple’s sunset wedding at Katy’s Agave Road, where, after a night of celebration, the newlyweds snuck outside for a last dance to Frank Sinatra’s “Fly Me to the Moon.”