Here are Some Under the Radar, Romantic Houston Wedding Venues for You

You can plan your weddings in many ways, but planning a unique wedding is daunting and exciting at the same time. If you are looking to have a really exceptional wedding, you should really have a look at these beautiful venues in Houston. These are usually owned by non-profit organizations or government entities. Read on for more.

  1. Julia Ideson Library

This stunning library is a gorgeous spot for getting married in a vintage way, or for those who dream of wedding like Carrie Bradshaw got married at the New York Public Library. But, as the Ideson is owned publically, it doesn’t mean that it is affordable. If you use it for events like a wedding, the complete premises are rented all together which might cost you a load on your pocket.

  1. 1880 Garten Verein

This soothing wedding venue Galveston is not based on a resort or a beach. It is deemed a charming alternative and is the historical Garten Verein which is built as a garden club and a dancing pavilion in the year 1880. It is now operated by the Galveston Historical Foundation. This octagonal and ornamental building is quite stunning, and the panoramic views make the guests stand in awe. If you are interested in hosting a wedding here, feel free to contact us.

  1. River Oaks Garden Club Forum of Civics

You must have passed through the hidden structures of Westheimer and Kirby a thousand times without knowing what beauty is hidden behind the brick walls. This very modest build began as a schoolhouse around a century ago and the building is circled by U-shaped gardens, which includes a recently updated pergola structure on one of its sides. The Garden Club is green all year round and is gorgeous, but you can also plan a wedding in the springs when the grounds are a riot of pink blooms.

  1. The Historic Heights Fire Station

This place boasts of its vintage charm, however, it has its setbacks. The lower level isn’t much of an appeal. In the past, this venue was a certified steal, but the rates have raised so exorbitantly that now it is just reasonable. If you want to make the most of the outdoor space, you can rent a couple hours at the Marmion Park nearby and host the ceremony at its Kaiser Pavilion.