With columns surrounded by elegant molding and vintage-inspired lighting, The Hall at River Square Center is a venue that calls for accents and small details, instead of large, expensive décor.
“The room offers so much,” said the venue’s certified event coordinator, Meghan Taylor. “With the old brick, there’s just some really neat textures to the space.”
While the venue has become one of the most sought-after rehearsal dinner locations in the area, it is quickly becoming a hot spot for wedding receptions as well.
Not only can The Hall hold 240 people for cocktail hour and 180 people seated, the venue also provides couples with tables and chairs for up to 120 people, as well as black linen. And the convenience doesn’t stop there.
“We set everything up and we also clean everything up at the end of the night,” Taylor said. “The only thing [the bride and groom] has to worry about is when they want their event and what centerpieces they want to put on the tables.”
The Hall is not only beautiful and accommodating, with three private banquet spaces and one semi-private space, but it is also one of the best locations to find gourmet catering in the area.
“Couples can choose what they like from our amazing Diamondback’s menu,” Taylor said. “And the wait staff and management will provide exceptional service.”
Another unique aspect of The Hall is that brides and grooms get the chance to utilize Taylor’s wedding planning skills without having to pay extra.
“If [couples] have any questions about anything wedding-related like etiquette or invitations, I always tell them that I’m here for them to pick my brain,” she said. “I am happy to give any extra information.”
The Hall at River Square Center is located at 217 Mary Avenue in Waco. For more information about this venue, visit www.Facebook.com/TheHallWaco or www.thehallwaco.com.
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.