A graceful grand staircase, sparkling chandeliers, exquisitely detailed moldings, and elegant decor throughout make brilliant first impressions. Flawlessly decorated in neutral tones carefully chosen to blend with any wedding color, the Kendall’s romantic Antebellum-style architecture and elaborate interior embellishments are breathtaking. The focal point of Kendall Plantation is the spectacular grand ballroom, which features a spacious dance floor and room for 400 guests inside with additional seating outside on the wrap around porches to enjoy the spectacular Texas Hill Country. Kendall Plantation is the most elegant wedding ceremony and wedding reception venue in the Texas Hill Country, built just for weddings. Website
The Grande Hall at Hofmann Ranch
The Texas Hill Country and fine architectural craftsmanship beautifully converge on a scenic hilltop at the Grande Hall at Hofmann Ranch. Whether you are celebrating a wedding or anniversary, party for family and friends or corporate event, your guests will relish their time in this tranquil country setting that is only 25 minutes from downtown San Antonio. Website
Nestled in the Hill Country, Remi's Ridge at Hidden Falls sits at the base of a cliff and is home to cascading waterfalls. Breathtaking landscaping makes our two ceremony sites all the more stunning. Say "I do" in our prime ceremony site with a waterfall backdrop or under the shaded canopy of 100-year-old oak trees with waterfalls in the distance. Both sites will make your guests swoon. Remi's Ridge is meant to be celebrated in and accommodates up to 300 guests. The spacious wedding suites, floating staircase, sparkling chandeliers, risen stage and suspended dance floor above the creek all make for a wedding day everyone will happily remember. The Hidden Falls Estate offers lodging in its Casitas and vacation homes on-site. It's the perfect place to bring family and friends together and celebrate your love story. Website
Don Strange Ranch
The historical Don Strange Ranch is located in the beautiful Texas Hill Country. It is a real working longhorn ranch that is only a short 45 minutes from downtown San Antonio. Website
THE SPRINGS Hill Country Wedding Venue in New Braunfels is the first venue to be built with beautiful rock and wood architecture, and is perfectly secluded yet easily accessible to all of your guests.
THE SPRINGS is the prime location to be used for your wedding and reception venue near San Antonio.
THE SPRINGS venues are designed to allow each of its clients the opportunity to create an event that is tailored to their special occasion and style.
This New Braunfels event venue has the perfect environment for an unforgettably elegant reception. Website
The Marquardt Ranch was built specifically to celebrate Texas Hill Country Weddings in style. Whether you are coming from San Antonio, Boerne, Fredericksburg, our Hill Country wedding venue is worth the short drive for the peacefulness of a private ranch wedding and celebration.
Planning a destination wedding from Houston, Dallas, or even out of state? The Marquardt Ranch makes planning from afar a breeze. Our staff does the heavy lifting and takes the stress out of planning your wedding.
While most Hill Country wedding venues have a not-so-great bad weather backup plan for outdoor weddings, our “plan B” is just as good as the outdoor ceremony. Our reception hall has an 11 foot glass cross that captures the sunset against a majestic rock wall and can be set up with chairs to look just like a beautiful church for the ceremony. In fact, many brides choose this setting as their backdrop for the wedding ceremony. Website
The 1850 Settlement
We are so excited to relaunch the 1850 Settlement under new management! Here at The 1850 Settlement, you'll enter into another world of old world charm & romance. Get lost in each other's company and the warm embrace that this one of a kind venue offers. . Website
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Don Strange Ranch
The 1850 settlement