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7 Austin Area Venues That Will Make You Feel Right at Home

It’s important to pick a venue on your wedding day that makes you feel comfortable and at ease. With all the emotions and excitement on the big day, you’re going to want an atmosphere that brings peace not only for you and your spouse, but also your guests. We have seven Austin area venues that will make you feel right at home while you say “I do.” From open fields, to luxurious mansions and intimate barns – these wedding venues will have you feeling like you never left home. What are you waiting for? Keep scrolling!

7 Austin Area Venues That Will Make You Feel Right at Home

Woodbine Mansion

Since 1900, the Woodbine Mansion has been the most well-known home in Round Rock. Its commanding presence houses picture-perfect settings and a multitude of options for welcoming guests in style. You will feel the hospitality radiating from this historic Austin mansion while also having the luxury of relaxing in their many suites while your prepare for your wedding day. Stay tuned as they have renovated many parts of the venue, and we must say – it’s STUNNING!

Photo // Alex Good Photography

The Milestone | Georgetown

Sitting on 40 acres just above the San Gabriel River, The Milestone | Georgetown invokes a modern farmhouse feel! You’re sure to have a bit of peace and quiet before walking down the aisle with their private suites that can accommodate your entire wedding party.

Brodie Homestead

With the perfect balance of historic charm and modern elegance, Brodie Homestead will provide an unforgettable backdrop for your big day! The urban barn is ideally located just minutes from Downtown Austin in the Sunset Valley community. Built in the 1940s, this restored property has the coziest vibes you could ever wish for! From a seated dinner for 200 guests to an intimate gathering for 50, Brodie Homestead can do it all. This little slice of nature in ATX will make you feel right at home!

Photo // The Bird and The Bear Photography

JW Marriott

Comfy-cozy is the name of JW Marriott’s game! Overlooking Congress Avenue and Lady Bird Lake, JW Marriot has the best of both worlds with the natural beauty of water and the exciting hustle and bustle of the city! JW Marriott’s stunning urban-chic architecture will make for some seriously good photo backdrops. In addition, their hospitable team will make sure you don’t need to lift a finger! Grab a lush robe and kick back your feet at this upscale venue that doubles as the coziest accommodations.

The Milestone | Boerne

It’ll be home sweet home when you have your wedding at The Milestone | Boerne. The spacious reception hall dance floor and stage feature hardwood oak floors and open beam trusses, giving the venue a classic country look. The covered portico and walk around porch also add a homey feel to the space.

Photo // Pine and Blossom

The Otis 

As the first Autograph Collection Hotel in Austin, The Otis Hotel is the perfect choice for your wedding celebration!  You are able to transform the ballroom to tailor to any wedding theme or color palette thanks to the neutral tones and open floor plan. Boutique guest rooms feature nods to Austin’s history as The Live Music Capital of the World with in-room record players as well as UT knick-knacks! (Hook ‘Em!) This ATX venue will make you channel all the things that make this funky city feel like home!

The Milestone | New Braunfels

Hold your ceremony under The Milestone | New Braunfels’ terrace with a gorgeous tree lined backdrop. Nothing says right-at-home like a spacious outdoor ceremony. The venue is currently updating its Legacy Hall with open beam trusses, and towering modern windows which will add beautiful touches to your big day.

Photo // Shannon Cain Photography

Looking for something a little different? See our complete list of Austin wedding venues here!

Other Local Vendors: Lone Oak Barn, JW Marriott Austin, The Bird and The Bear Photography & Films, Mustang Waters Ranch, Pine and Blossom Photography, Alex Good Photography, Shannon Cain Photography, Brodie Homestead, The Otis Hotel