It is engagement season! Love birds across DFW are getting ready to propose to their loved one this holiday season, which means wedding venues in Dallas are gearing up for new bookings. Two of my best friends are engaged right now, and when they started looking at venues, it inspired me to do some research into the prettiest wedding venues in Dallas.
So if you’re engaged, this post is for you! Below, I’ve rounded up a list of the eight prettiest wedding venues in Dallas. Whether you’re looking for a venue that’s traditional, modern, rustic, urban, or eclectic, there’s something here for you.
Renaissance Dallas Hotel
The first of the eight prettiest wedding venues in Dallas is the Renaissance Dallas Hotel. I may be biased (you know, since this is where Cody and I got married), but this is one of the dreamiest places to get married in the city. 🙂 A couple of years ago, the Renaissance Dallas Hotel did a huge renovation, which resulted in a gorgeous rooftop event venue with incredible views of downtown. This venue isn’t super well known―yet―so it’s sure to impress your guests. See more photos from our wedding here.
The Venue at Waterstone
I discovered The Venue at Waterstone very recently when my best friend chose the space for her wedding next year. With floor-to-ceiling windows, a plush lawn with gorgeous string lights, and a picturesque pond, this venue is like something out of a storybook. I mean, who wouldn’t love those dramatic tall ceilings?
White Sparrow Barn
The White Sparrow has quickly become one of the most sought-after wedding venues in DFW. Located about 40 miles from the heart of downtown Dallas, The White Sparrow offers chic barn charm that you cannot easily find in the city.
Arlington Hall at Lee Park
Image 1) John Cain Photography // Image 2) Lindsay Davenport Photography
Arlington Hall at Lee Park is perfection for a couple who’s after a traditional wedding. This venue is something of a landmark in Uptown, located in the prestigious Turtle Creek neighborhood. You’ll know it’s Arlington Hall at Lee Park when you pull up to it’s towering white columns on top of the hill.
Brake & Clutch Warehouse
When I saw Brake & Clutch Warehouse for the first time, my imagination went wild. Exposed brick, concrete floors, and industrial chandeliers make for a truly unique venue for weddings. If you and your fiancé are looking for a beautiful, eclectic place to host your wedding, Brake & Clutch Warehouse in Deep Ellum will not disappoint.
The Milestone‘s gorgeous, statuesque exterior is reason enough to book this venue for a wedding. For a traditional couple, the Milestone is a dream come true. The ceremony space boasts floor to ceiling windows, providing a stunning backdrop for the bride, groom, and wedding party. There’s also a dramatic curved staircase for swoon-worthy portraits and a beautiful reception room to host an evening of eating, drinking, and dancing into the wee morning hours.
Rustic, natural, and vintage are a few words I’d use to describe Hidden Creek. Surrounded by tall trees and plush landscapes, the rustic barn has towering ceilings, gorgeous natural light, and a stunning staircase for a grand entrance.
The Venue at 400 North Ervay
Image 1) Bethany Erin Weddings // Image 2) Jessica Quadra Photography
For the couple who loves the city, it doesn’t get much better than The Venue at 400 North Ervay. Located in the heart of downtown Dallas, this venue boasts an elegant rooftop with stunning city views. This is a truly unique venue since it’s actually located downtown. Many venues have views of downtown, but The Venue at 400 North Ervay is one of the few rooftop wedding venues located at the center of it all.