Get Hitched Amid Nature At These Hill Country Outdoor Wedding Venues

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nature-weddingAre you ready to take the plunge into glorious wedded bliss? Certainly, you want the location of your event to reflect your personality and values, so if you appreciate the great outdoors, there’s nothing like a rustic, outdoor wedding in Texas to begin your life together in harmony. These Hill Country wedding locations are as memorable as you want your big day to be.

Commit for Life at Canyon of the Eagles Nature Resort

Say “I do” along the shores of Lake Buchanan’s best preserved natural paradise. An exclusive 900-acre nature park, Canyon of the Eagles is a full service outdoor wedding venue offering several sublime locations in nature and 6 indoor event spaces, many of which boast natural lighting. Ceremonies at sunset point are a favorite setting, and the Grand Ballroom can accommodate as many as 230 observers.

A professional events manager helps the lucky couple choose the perfect setting, decorations, catering, and handles all of the little details to ensure worry-free nuptials. Guests can enjoy an indoor or outdoor reception buffet style, or go one step further and opt for white glove service from the resort’s first-rate restaurant staff.

Canyon of the Eagles has so much to offer including comfortable accommodations reminiscent of an earlier, simpler time. The property also includes several miles of nature-filled hiking trails, an observatory for stargazing, and campfire sing-along’s that make you feel like you’re roughing it –
first class, that is.

Nature Lovers Celebrate at Big Chief RV & Cabin Resort

This lakeside resort is truly inspired by nature and allows couples to say those sacred vows in a truly remarkable outdoor setting. Ideal for couples who prefer life only restrained by the boundaries of nature will appreciate what Big Chief RV & Cabin Resort has to offer concerning rustic wedding settings.

Friends and family can observe the couple’s outdoor wedding under the covered pavilion, next to Lake Buchanan, or inside the fully equipped clubhouse that is complete with a full kitchen. Outdoor facilities include picnic tables, BBQ setup, and endless vistas complemented by stunning sunsets over the water.

The layout and various on-site activities make this property a great choice for those with large families whom they want to entertain for a few days after the ceremony. Country cabins and full RV hookups make accommodations simple for large groups while the awesome bass fishing, private boat ramp, equipped guest lounge, and other resort events can keep the celebration going for days.

Lasting Love Begins at Longhorn Caverns

Unique Texas outdoor weddings don’t get more underground than they do at Longhorn Caverns State Park, where majestic, naturally formed caverns can serve as the chapel and reception site for your special occasion.

Hold your event in the main chamber of the cave, one of several historic buildings, or spread your affair out over several stunning locations inside the park. An on-site wedding coordinator will handle details including invitations, customized decorations, catering services, and can even arrange for photography services and keepsake albums of your memorable union.

Longhorn Cavern is a one-of-a-kind destination wedding site in the Texas Hill Country. These ancient underground formations are the most spectacular in the state, and the chamber creates perfect acoustics for musical entertainment during and after the ceremony. Imagine the romanticism as the bride and groom rise back to the surface from the cave, knowing they will begin a completely new life together as husband and wife.

Come and embrace the bounties of springtime in Texas, where the bluebonnets take over landscapes and love is in the air. Take advantage of the temperate climate, amazing scenery, and exquisite outdoor wedding venues in the Highland Lakes to fashion the wedding of your dreams.

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T.L. Louis loves: weddings, the Texas Hill Country and helping people discover the hidden little gems around the Highland Lakes.  She writes about the area’s offerings regularly. 

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