The 11 Best Winter Wedding Venues in Texas
Mild winters and Southern charm make Texas an ideal spot to find fabulous winter wedding venues. The Lone Star State’s vast and diverse geography means there’s something amazing for every couple — from rustic farms to beachy boardwalks and sky-high studios. The state’s rich history is apparent throughout its architecture and culture. Here are the most scenic winter wedding venues in Texas.
1. Partner up in this hip home with massive deck in Austin
This stylish home is the ONLY home perched over Barton Springs Road, for amazing views during SXSW and Zilker. You and your loved ones can take over the home’s huge 2,000 square foot outdoor patio, which is complete with BBQ grills, yard games, beautiful lighting, and Bluetooth speakers. You’ll also have access to a full kitchen, ideal for your catering crew. It’s a fun spot for reception parties, especially when you want fresh air and stunning vistas!
According to one Peerspace reviewer who hosted an event here: “Sean was an awesome host! Very accommodating and great to work with. This place is a gem in the downtown area. 10/10 will rent this space again for events. We rented the space in the evening and the patio lighting really helped set a fun chill mood. We had about 50 people at our event and were very comfortable.”
2. Hideaway in this luxurious Texas Hill Country ranch
With low temperatures in the 40s, Spicewood, TX, is an inspired location for winter wedding venues. Just take a look at this luxurious country ranch. The sprawling event space supplies relaxed fireside seating areas, photogenic lawns, room for 25 overnight guests, and laundry facilities. Best of all are the breathtaking views of Texas Hill Country sunsets. Modern furniture and beachy architecture give this ranch a casual, Southern feel.
3. Get hitched in this rustic store front in Allen
This truly lovely and rustic store front in Allen is a dreamy option for winter wedding venues in Texas. With a 65-person capacity, this chic spot is perfect for medium-sized weddings. It boasts bay windows that let in plenty of sunshine, concrete floors, brick walls, and elegant decor. And this is a venue with plenty of amenities! You and your wedding party can make use of the included chairs, tables, custom bar, lounge area, vintage buffet, speakers, and projector.
According to a Peerspace reviewer who booked an event here: “I hosted my baby shower at Stephanie’s place and it was great. Everything worked out well, more than enough space and the space is beautiful in person. We had a great time and check in and out was very easy!”
4. Kiss the bride on Kemah Boardwalk
Winter down South is a breeze — especially along the Kemah Boardwalk. The 60-acre theme park grazes the Gulf Coast shores of Galveston Bay and Clear Lake. Just 20 miles from downtown Houston, Kemah Boardwalk’s waterfront restaurants, boutiques, and rides are a convenient escape from modernity. Vintage-style attractions and lavish ballrooms with ocean views make this sunny spot one of our favorite winter wedding venues.
5. Dream big in this boutique glamping and event space in East Austin
Even in the winter, this tucked-away glamping space in Elgin surrounds event-goers with natural beauty. You and your guests will have access to an open-air event space as well as indoor glamping retreats. Seat your guests under the stars or make space around the covered dance floor for shade. Hanging lights complete the rustic look and give evening photos an enchanting glow.
6. Throw a swanky soiree in this Victorian Home in Ovilla
If homestyle country charm is your thing, look no further than this Texas-sized secluded estate. The elegant, country retreat is situated on two acres of lush, expansive land and is ideal for larger parties of up to 200 guests. Your wedding party will have access to the home itself, including the kitchen, tables, chairs, decor, and the on-site bartender. The outdoor lighting, gardens, and wedding arch are elegant enough for any nuptials.
7. Elope at Santa Elena Canyon in Big Bend National Park
Forget the stress of wedding planning and consider a small ceremony in the best-known feature of Big Bend National Park. This colorful canyon is surprisingly accessible and creates a stunning backdrop for post-nuptial portraits. The desert’s arid beauty, remarkable sunsets, and comfortable weather (50-70 degrees in December) make Santa Elena Canyon one of the best winter wedding venues in Texas for intimate ceremonies.
8. Exchange rings in this refurbished farmhouse in Del Valle
The Lone Star State is known for its big skies, wide-open spaces, and pioneer spirit — all of which is perfectly embodied in this lovely refurbished farmhouse. Made from recycled materials, this charming venue combines East Austin’s love for environmentalism with its rough Southern roots. Rolling Hill Country views and farm animals give plenty of opportunity for romantic and quirky wedding photos that you just can’t get in wintry northern states.
9. March down the aisle at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas
This breathtaking concert hall is home to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra and Dallas Symphony Chorus (and hopefully your future wedding). The world-renowned hall’s traditional interior is balanced out with a modern exterior that uses curved architecture and floor-to-ceiling glass paneling –– perfect for glamorous, light-filled portraits of the bride and groom. The sophisticated lobby and theater setting can be rearranged to accommodate even the most extravagant events.
10. Cherish each other at this downtown gallery in Houston
This stunning 1,200 square foot event space is one of our favorite winter wedding venues in Texas thanks to its incredible style and features. And just check out that ornate arched window! It’s the perfect spot for saying “I do!” and for taking plenty of photos, too. The venue has seating for 60 and includes an outdoor patio, full kitchen and bar, versatile seating options, and event staff.
When you check out this venue’s reviews, you’ll notice people rave about the space and its host! Such as with this review: “Carla was great. Clear open communication with her at all times. Very flexible and accommodating. The space was beautiful and perfect for our wedding.”
11. Make some memories in this modern art gallery and garden in Fort Worth
With a 225-person capacity, this spacious venue includes a main building that has a traditional white gallery space with contemporary artwork. The venue also features a sculpture garden, catering area, and green space that overlooks the glittering downtown skyline. Take advantage of the stunning ceremony area that centers around a single towering tree that is meticulously wrapped in white lights.
According to one of this space’s reviews, the venue and its staff are marvels: “We had a great experience at this venue! The space is fantastic and the staff was extremely helpful! The host responded to all of our questions quickly and helped us pull off a successful event. Would most certainly recommend this venue to anyone thinking about it!”