11 Beautiful Micro Wedding Venues in Austin
It’s not easy to spend time and truly appreciate the attendance of all your guests at a traditionally sized wedding. But micro weddings offer intimacy, and individualized guest touches to really bring you closer to each of your guests and your spouse on your special day! If you are looking for a truly gorgeous location for your big day, these 11 beautiful micro wedding venues in Austin will make you and your guests swoon!
1. A destination-style wedding, without leaving Austin!
If the idea of getting hitched in Spain sounds absolutely divine, but you don’t want to deal with flying your wedding party abroad — bring Spain to you! This beautiful Spanish-style hacienda comes with an overhanging deck above the pool that would be magical to say your vows under. You’ll also enjoy spending quality time with up to 30 of your closest friends and family by the fire pit or in the pool. Don’t wait to book this unique Peerspace venue; say “I do”!
Three levels of cascading deck space offer ample opportunities for a truly unique walk down the aisle. On the upper deck, you’ll have a view of a pond with a trickling cascade below, and on the bottom level, take time to gaze at the ephemeral stream. Place a musician/band on the middle deck and let the sweet sounds fill each level of this deck oasis! This Peerspace host also offers a discounted rate if you plan to book the space for 8+ hours.
A comfortable, health-conscious, and architecturally stunning location micro-wedding venue in Austin awaits! This non-toxic, modern venue was named Austin’s ‘healthiest house’ by the Austin-American Statesman newspaper and would be an absolute dream wedding spot for a health-conscious bride and groom. The location is 800m from the Town Lake running trail, offers a brightly lit living room for a post-wedding yoga sesh and tons of comfy seating for your guests to enjoy the wedding! You can find out more information about the amenities (including the lawn, high-speed Google Fiber WiFi, and a stage) on Peerspace!
This venue is generally used for larger weddings, but that doesn’t mean you can’t use it as a micro-wedding venue with extra space to spread out! A dream wedding venue comes true for an American history buff, as this unique venue has tons of fun history to share and incorporate into your wedding. The train station moved to East Austin in the 1980s, and its intricate details are pulled from all different stations from the 20th century. The stained glass windows come from a railway station in Indiana, the brass lamps from the 1939 Pullman station, and an old money drawer from the I.C. station was built in 1917. In the outside area of the venue, you’ll find other fun features like the decommissioned rail line covered by an antique awning, vintage light fixtures, and an adorable railroad crossing signal! This venue has so many fun features to incorporate into your wedding pics — pull up all the photos on Peerspace to get even more inspiration!
This Peerspace venue combines city living with a fun, relaxed atmosphere! We love the idea of combining the grandeur of downtown Austin with some barbeque, picnic, and backyard wedding vibes on this outdoor terrace. After the ceremony, enjoy mingling with friends and family at the picnic tables and taking pictures with a downtown Austin backdrop!
Think outside (or inside) the box! This fun, covered deck area comes with 3.5 acres of well-manicured outdoor space and is a perfect micro wedding venue in Austin. You will feel like you’re outside the big city— while still being in the city! You’ll have access to a gorgeous, sprawling outdoor space, a covered deck and bar area, a converted Airstream now office, and a parking lot. Contact the host on Peerspace for more information about their ability to provide custom cocktails and bartenders, event management, and event consulting!
7. A homey feel
This quaint 1930s home and outdoor space will make you feel right at home! Enjoy your wedding day in a relaxed environment. This space includes a gorgeous stone patio, a grill with a smoker, a pool, and plenty of space for yard games or tables to host 40 of your closest friends and family members! You’ll also be able to use the fully-equipped kitchen, eight-person dining table inside, and the butler’s pantry for catering/storage. If you are interested in using the upstairs bedroom (including a beautiful balcony with a backyard view!) as a bridal and/or groom suite, shoot the Peerspace host a message and let them know your request.
If you love camping but want to step up the elegance for your wedding, how about a glamping trip for your micro-wedding? This space is tucked away in the heart of Zilker Park with a commercial kitchen for catering, a covered pavilion, and 12 bunkrooms for a truly memorable post-wedding glamping experience for your guests! Maybe even consider renting the space out for a few days so that you can explore all the fun hike and bike trails, disc golf course, park areas and stunning views of downtown Austin. Book this space today on Peerspace!
9. A traditional Texas-themed gem
This space is a true gem for any traditional-style wedding, big or small. If you are looking for micro wedding venues in Austin with plenty of room to spread out and offer fun extras for your guests like yard games, a spa area, or whatever other fun ideas you have for your big day–this is your spot! With your rental, you’ll receive tables, chairs, and free event parking with the ability to rent tablecloths, plates, and utensils for an added fee. As a bonus, third-party vendors are allowed for catering. Contact the host on Peerspace for more information!
10. Artsy excellence
Calling all travelers, photographers, and art-lovers: this micro-wedding venue is perfect for you! This unique, old-school Austin space is home to the work of National Geographic Image Collection Photographer Greg Davis. This space can come with his work on the walls, or you can pay an additional fee to set up your own work! This inspiring space would be so fun for a micro-wedding and can include comfortable couches, up to 18 folding chairs, and/or up to four folding tables. Check out more pictures on Peerspace!