Texas barn weddings couldn’t be hotter, and Boerne beauty Eagle Dancer Ranch in the rolling hills west of Houston is a gorgeous option for engaged Houston couples. A historic 1800s buidling, crystal chandeliers, mature live oak trees and a rambling creek make this gem a must-see Hill Country wedding venue.
A secluded wedding venue north of Houston, Southern Lace Estates feels like a destination wedding venue, but is located just minutes from downtown Houston. Nestled within 100 wooded acres, Southern Lace Estates is a private wedding venue and chapel rich with country-chic style and Southern hospitality. This family-owned venue is newly built, and designed to serve Houston area brides who desire an estate-style wedding close to the heart of the city.
A new Houston wedding venue with true blue resort-wedding style and feel? Balmoral Crystal Clear Lagoon is here, it’s clear, and it’s waiting for your resort destination wedding, just 30 minutes from downtown Houston!
The first time we saw Balmoral Crystal Clear Lagoon, we honestly couldn’t believe our eyes. Framed with white-sand beaches, tropical landscaping and chic private cabanas, Balmoral’s crystalline lagoon feels like a Caribbean paradise. Except that it’s in Humble! Imagine saying your “I do’s” under a billowing canopy surrounded by fluttering palm trees and lush greenery, then joining your guests for an indoor-outdoor celebration overlooking Balmoral’s dazzling blue infinity pool. Click here to read the rest of this post »
It’s no surprise that elegant barn weddings are in high demand among our Weddings in Houston readers and followers. And we’re happy to report, we’ve got an awesome venue option to recommend: Magnolia Meadows.
Let’s start with The Barn, with space for more than 250 revelers, and an environment that is as charming and graceful as it is rustic and easygoing. Pendant chandeliers, wood-frame clerestory windows and big ol’ barn doors give this unique Houston area wedding celebration space a feel of relaxed refinement. Click here to read the rest of this post »