30 Romantic Texas Spots to Have an Outdoor Wedding 

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You might have Pinterest boards full of wedding ideas. Perhaps you’re a hopeless romantic that loves nature. Or maybe you’re more of a fan of the country aesthetic. Either way, we’re sure you’ll gush over these Instagram-worthy outdoor wedding venues.
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The Addison Grove
Throughout the 6,000 square foot venue you’ll find chandeliers, Texas wildflowers, Longhorns, oak trees, and a view of a pond, giving you the perfect balance of city and country.
11903 Fitzhugh Road, Austin, theaddisongrove.com
Photo via Instagram, theaddisongrove
The 1850 Settlement
If you’re looking for a venue full of history, look no further. It’s just the cherry on top that place is both charming and romantic.
29360 Bulverde Rd, San Antonio, 1850settlement.com
Photo via Instagram, 1850settlement
The Allen Farmhaus
Exchange your vows underneath a historic 300-year-old oak tree with a view of the land for miles. The Allen Farmhaus offers both indoor and outdoor reception areas.
606 FM 758, New Braunfels, theallenfarmhaus.com
Photo via Instagram, theallenfarmhaus
CW Hill Country Ranch Wedding Venue + Lodging
CW Hill Country Ranch is the perfect venue for smaller weddings. With indoor and outdoor ceremony options, the ranch offers lodging for up to 30 guests as well as a honeymoon suite.
13 CW Ranch Rd, Boerne, cwhillcountryranch.com
Photo via Facebook, CW Hill Country Ranch Wedding Venue
Dimebox Ballroom
The outdoor ceremony space, nicknamed the Green Cathedral, is shaded by thick oak trees, marking an intimate enclosure. The grounds is also home to a fire pit, Groom’s Icehouse, and a Bridal Cabin.
715 Young Ranch Road, Georgetown, dimeboxballroom.com
Photo via Instagram, dimeboxballroom
Gruene Estate
The breezy pavilion features French chandeliers, while the open air wedding chapel has antique European stained glass windows.
532 Rock St, New Braunfels, grueneestate.com
Photo via Instagram, grueneestate
Cherokee Rose
Get hitched in a barn that still has its original wood from the 1800s or along the Guadalupe River under cypress trees more than 100 years old. You can’t go wrong.
335 FM 473, Comfort, txcherokeerose.com
Photo via Instagram, karahlynette
The Guenther House
Getting hitched at the Guenther House gives you simple, yet elegant ceremony along the San Antonio River.
205 E Guenther St, guentherhouse.com
Photo via Instagram, marky_marc_boyy
Horseshoe Bay Resort
Who said outdoor weddings can’t be luxurious? This resort gives you the option to have the ceremony on a perfectly illuminated patio, exquisite yacht, in the green gardens, or even at a stunning waterfall.
200 Hi Cir N, Horseshoe Bay, hsbresort.com Photo via Instagram, adam_mcfarlane_atx
Kindred Oaks
Your guests can show their love for you with snaps in front of the LOVE sculptures.
2100 CR 176, Georgetown, kindredoaks.com
Photo via Instagram, kindredoaks
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Hyatt Regency Hill Country
Experience the Hill Country without leaving city limits. You’ll have plenty of options for your nuptials: the Courtyard Deck, the plaza, in the garden or on the lawn, in one of the three ballrooms, or two different pavilions.
9800 Hyatt Resort Dr, hillcountry.regency.hyatt.com
Photo by weddingsbydb via Instagram, hyatthillcountry
Knolle Farm & Ranch Bed, Barn, & Breakfast
Take your boo down to this little white chapel. The wide front door lets all of your guests see every part of the ceremony.
13016 FM 70, Sandia, knolle.com
Photo via Instagram, jackbishop
Magnolia Halle
You’ll find the perfect mixture of rustic charm and modern romance at Magnolia Halle.
10319 Huebner Rd, San Antonio, magnoliahalle.com
Photo via Instagram, magnoliahalle
McNay Art Museum
The artwork may beautiful, but the McNay grounds are just as gorgeous. Choose to say I do by the stone water fountain or in a gazebo by the fish pond.
6000 N New Braunfels Ave, mcnayart.org
Photo via Instagram, alosa87
Milltown Historic District
The River Venue lets you get hitched along the majestic falls of the Guadalupe River with the 1887 Faust Street Bridge in the backdrop.
561 Oasis St, New Braunfels, milltownhistoricdistrictnb.com
Photo via Instagram, djbrianweber13
Ingenhuett on High
In the rolling hills along the Guadalupe River, Ingenhuett on High adds a bit of flair to the Hill Country.
731 High St, Comfort, theingenhuettonhigh.com
Photo via Facebook, The Ingenhuett on High
Barr Mansion & Artisan Ballroom
Get the beauty of the Hill Country just a few minutes from downtown Austin.
10463 Sprinkle Rd, Austin, barrmansion.com
Photo via Instagram, barrmansion
Paniolo Ranch
As if the stone benches guests sit on during the ceremony aren’t gorgeous enough, the clear view of the Texas sky will make your wedding all the more memorable.
1510 Ranch Rd 473, Boerne, panioloranch.com
Photo via Instagram, allinthedetailsevents
Oak Valley Vineyards
You don’t need to be a wine-lover to have your picture perfect wedding here. Choose to tie the knot at the pavilion, framed by the tree branches, or just about anywhere on site.
27315 FM3009, San Antonio, oakvalleyvineyardsrestaurant.com
Photo via Instagram, pizzatariana
The Pearl South Padre Hotel
If a barn and the Hill Country don’t work with your wedding aesthetic, the Pearl South Padre Hotel gives a few oceanside options.
310 Padre Blvd, South Padre Island, pearlsouthpadre.com
Photo via Instagram, christiinayo
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Natures Point
As if the scenic landscape and unbeatable architecture weren’t enough, the view alone will have your guests wondering how you snagged such a place for your wedding.
18206 Lakeshore Point Blvd, Lago Vista, naturespoint.com
Photo via Instagram, natures_point
The Grande Hall at Hofmann Ranch
Settled in the Medina Valley right outside of town, this 370-acre ranch is perfect for big weddings.
448 P.R. 4742, Castroville, hofmannranch.com
Photo via Instagram, hofmannranch
Happy H Ranch
The Hill Country doesn’t disappoint with its breathtaking views. Your guests will be in awe.
505 US-87, Comfort, happyhranch.com
Photo via Yelp, Happy H Ranch
The Point at Grace Garden
Being the third highest elevation in Comal County, The Point at Grace Garden provides magnificent views as the backdrop to your outdoor ceremony.
Photo via Instagram, thepointatgracegarden
Red Corral Ranch
Settled between San Antonio and Austin, Red Corral Ranch provides a magical wedding day from beginning to end with two wedding packages and five lodging accommodations.
505 Red Corral Ranch Road, Wimberley, redcorralranch.com
Photo via Instagram, proseccoweddings
The Gardens of Cranesbury View
The mansion has a Juliet balcony. The garden hedges are intricately designed and are sprinkled with floral displays. Yes, this is real life.
1470 S Cranes Mill Road, New Braunfels, gardensofcranesburyview.com
Photo via Facebook, The Gardens of Cranesbury View
La Rio Mansion
The Spanish-style architecture will have you swooning as you say “I do” in the idyllic gardens.
4501 Dice Grove Road, Belton, lariomansion.com
Photo by mintphotographytx via Instagram, lariomansion
Vista West Ranch
Your guests will sit in front of this rustic barn while you and your beloved say I do. Take the party inside, where the aesthetic is equally bohemian and elegant.
4505 McGregor Ln, Dripping Springs, vistawestranch.com
Photo via Instagram, vistawestranch
Twisted Ranch Weddings Inc.
Spread over 300 acres to resemble an old Western town, Twisted Ranch features an old general store, a Sheriff’s office, a wedding chapel and event barn.
7345 W Farm to Market Rd 243, Bertram, twistedranchweddings.com
Photo via Instagram, ashley_knussmann
The Veranda
This hidden gem has massive oak trees and luscious gardens surrounding the covered open air pavilion.
1746 Lockhill Selma Road, theverandasa.com
Photo via Facebook, The Veranda
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The Addison Grove
Throughout the 6,000 square foot venue you’ll find chandeliers, Texas wildflowers, Longhorns, oak trees, and a view of a pond, giving you the perfect balance of city and country.
11903 Fitzhugh Road, Austin, theaddisongrove.com
Photo via Instagram, theaddisongrove

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