Log In My Account (logout)

Picturesque Outdoor Wedding Venues



The location of your wedding is one of the most important decisions you’ll make when planning your big day. Because the weather in this area of the country is fairly pleasant most of the year, outdoor venues can be a beautiful and cost-effective choice for many couples.

If you do choose to have your ceremony, reception or both outdoors, here are some up-and-coming trends to inspire you.

Rustic Look

While Central Texas girls are more likely to find the rustic look in their wheel house, couples from all over the state have traveled to the area to take advantage of the rustic outdoor venues Central Texas has to offer. Brides have used everything from weathered barns to simple tree lines as a backdrop for their rustic ceremonies and receptions.

Gardens

While some brides are jumping on board with the rustic trend, others are opting for a throwback to old-world weddings where white gloves and tea cups were the norm. Lush botanical gardens have become a great location for these dainty events that combine vintage and modern touches.

Unexpected Views

Who says weddings have to be on the ground. Why not host your ceremony or reception on the rooftop of a downtown building? Adventurous brides and grooms are opting for weddings that give their guests a unique view. This could also mean a nighttime wedding in an open field, with the stars as a sparkling backdrop.

Down By the Lake

Brides and grooms are taking advantage of natural beauty by hosting their weddings on the shore of lakes and other bodies of water. This not only gives guests the chance to watch you recite your vows in a beautiful location, but if you time it right, you can use a sunset to make your wedding pictures pop.

Wherever you choose to host your big day, make sure it is somewhere that will make your wedding a memorable moment for you and your groom.


Carleen Bright Arboretum


Creekside Amphitheater Photo by Aaron Jetelina


Hall's Hidden Hollow Farm


La Rio Mansion Photo by First Sight Photography


Mazanec Ranch  Photo by Legacy Imaging


Peacock River Ranch


Tenroc Ranch Photo by Smith Photography


The Terrace at Salado


Vintage Oaks Ranch Photo by Lauren Crose Photography

Back To Top

About the Author

Jessa McClure

Jessa McClure

Jessa is a part-time freelance writer and full-time mom to two energetic children. She was a long-time resident of Bell County, but is now enjoying life in the Waco area, running around with her kids, teaching Sunday school and channeling her creativity in craft projects and home decor. She finds inspiration everywhere she goes and uses these experiences to create articles that inspire and touch those who read them.



Copyright © Berger Publishing, LLC. All rights reserved. Website and all content is the property of Central Texas Engagements and may not be copied or otherwise used without the express written consent of the Central Texas Engagements publisher. 2015

 2017