Located in North Texas, Fort Worth is the self-proclaimed city of “cowboys and culture”. The hot and humid climate of Fort Worth supports a robust ecosystem of green grasses, tall trees, and fragrant flowers; an idyllic setting for outdoor weddings. Historic estates and warehouses have been gorgeously restored, lending themselves to the area’s bustling wedding venue scene. From stockyards to art-deco architecture, rodeos to world-class art museums, this town truly has it all. Here are our Top 25 picks for places to get hitched in Fort Worth.
1.809 at Vickery
© 809 at Vickery
Located at the edge of downtown in the historic district, this renovated warehouse offers elegance with an industrial feel. The exterior is fashioned of brick and wrought iron. Inside, three separate spaces connect through a network of double doors. First, the reception area, a perfect location for cocktail greetings and a coat check. Floor to ceiling windows flood the room with light. Just beyond the reception room stretches the ballroom. Fourteen-foot ceilings, modern lighting, tile flooring, and a limestone bar frame the space. A 3,500 square foot courtyard provides a romantic option for dinner under the lights. Seating is provided for up to 200 guests. The venue has an open vendor policy. A prep kitchen is available.
809 W. Vickery Boulevard, Fort Worth, TX, Phone: 817-810-0921
Originally built in 1911, this art gallery gives guests the best of both worlds, in a uniquely “country chic” fashion. The interior is modern with sleek white walls, polished concrete flooring, and gallery lights. Contemporary art adorns the walls, adding to sophistication. The exterior has an entirely different look. Red brick, rustic wood, and wire farm fencing create a downhome feel. There is a deck overlooking the green tree courtyard, which artfully houses a sculpture garden. The bride and groom may decide to exchange vows underneath the giant oak tree warped in twinkling lights, or perhaps use the space for an outdoor reception dinner. Seating for 50 guests, a service staff, and day-of coordination are provided by the venue.
111 Hampton Street, Fort Worth, TX, Phone: 817-692-3228
3.Belltower Chapel and Garden
© Belltower Chapel & Garden
Inspired by 1920’s Neo-Tudor architectural design, the cast stone chapel towers impressively above a twenty-acre campus. The building is traditional, with a steeple and working bell tower. Soaring rows of archways, colorful stained glass windows, and wooden pews adorn the chapel. The reception hall also features a lengthy wall of arched stained glass windows, adding to the classical feel. The garden area is immaculate, with manicured lawn and perfectly trimmed hedges. A sprawling brick patio area, wooden pergola, and sparkling lights set the scene for an al fresco dinner reception. Gold Chiavari seating accommodates up to 200 guests. The bride and groom each enjoy a private suite. Customizable packages and wedding planning services are available.
3712 Wichita Street, Fort Worth, TX, Phone: 682-432-1140
© Benbrook Stables
Situated on Lake Benbrook, this equestrian boarding house is both refined and rustic. The sprawling, green grass grounds are pristine, with an abundance of scenic ceremony backdrops. Twinkle-lit trees huddle together around an expansive red brick patio; the perfect spot for a dinner reception under the stars. At the head of the patio, a wooden pergola and an outdoor fireplace built of white-washed brick create a romantic place to gather. A large tent pavilion with a wooden dance floor offers couples a more glamorous reception option. The venue has an open caterer and vendor policy. The event staff may assist “as much, or as little” as desired. Seating and linens are provided. A bridal suite is available.
10001 Benbrook Boulevard, Fort Worth, TX, Phone: 817-249-1001
© Brik Venue
Minutes south of downtown, this old brick warehouse is the area’s ultimate “Boho-Chic” wedding spot. There are two spacious indoor ballrooms, and two outdoor spaces. The first and second floor entertainment areas have exposed pier and beam ceilings, white washed brick walls, and rich hard wood floors. Long runs of windows stream in natural light. Evening chandeliers shimmer delicately. A Juliet balcony overlooking the courtyard offers sparkling views of downtown. Three greenery walls and a fourth wall built of reclaimed wood create the garden periphery. Special perks include a “stag suite” and a luxurious bridal lounge. A prep kitchen is available for use. The venue has an open vendor policy. Seating can accommodate up to 300 guests.
501 South Calhoun Street, Fort Worth, TX, Phone: 817-406-2745
One of the area’s largest wedding venues, this contemporary location is perfect for couples with a lengthy guest list. There are six flexible rooms available for entertainment. The pre-function foyer is elegant. A massive fireplace, built-in bar, and Spanish-style chandeliers create a welcoming space for a cocktail hour. The grand hall boasts sixteen foot ceilings, professional lighting, polished concrete flooring, and a neutral color palette. Couples have plenty of space to explore dramatic décor options. Onsite catering is provided, but not required. Alcohol service must be supplied by one of the venues preferred vendors. Seating, table linens, and audio visual capabilities are provided. Up to 800 guests may be accommodated seated, and up to 1,100 guests standing.
3600 Benbrook Highway, Fort Worth, TX, Phone: 817-984-6800
7.Chateau At Forest Park
© Chateau At Forest Park
A look inside the barn-style building reveals a surprisingly modern and versatile entertainment space. Dark high-gloss flooring, soft white walls, and black-out ceilings structure the space. Silk overhead draperies, professional lighting, and glowing chandeliers personalize the space to taste. A customizable menu of décor, linen, and seating options is available to the bride and groom. The space is equipped with a 30-foot bar and a stage. Both the ceremony and the reception may be held in the ballroom. Couples must supply their own caterer and spirits, although service staff is provided by the venue. A kitchenette is available for use. All-inclusive wedding packages and a la carte amenities are offered. An onsite facility manager is provided. Free parking included.
1800 North Forest Park Boulevard, Fort Worth, TX, Phone: 817-878-2515
8.City Club of Fort Worth
Located in the heart of downtown, this fitness and social club overlooks Sundance Square. There are ten uniquely appointed dining rooms and entertainment spaces, each inspired by European design. The grand ballroom is exquisite, featuring floor to ceiling windows, soft crème walls, mirrored columns, and shimmering chandeliers. A more intimate space dons walls in navy, deep crimson carpeting, smoky orange textiles, and amber lighting. The room is stately, with a wooden bar and cozy feel. There is truly a space for every taste. Seating can accommodate 130-250 guests. Offsite catering is provided by the venue’s executive chef. Packages include event planning, menu design, décor, lighting, and more. Elegance and impeccable service ensure a flawless wedding day experience.
301 Commerce Street 3rd Floor, Fort Worth, TX, Phone: 817-878-4000
9.Fort Worth Botanic Garden
The botanical gardens boast fourteen outdoor wedding backdrops, each more stunning than the next. Lush greenery, flowers, water features, and novelty structures create a magical setting. The most intimate of locations is the lake arbor, which sweetly accommodates 15 guests. A tiered rose garden seats 100 attendees. For a more rustic affair, the pavilion hosts 200 guests. The largest of all settings is the grove, which can accommodate both the ceremony and dinner reception, seating up to 400 guests. A large tent pavilion offers a romantic choice for the after ceremony celebration. A bridal room is available. Couples must select from the preferred list of vendors. The venue comes equipped with audio visual capabilities.
3220 Botanic Garden Boulevard, Fort Worth, TX, Phone: 817-392-5510
10.Fort Worth Country Memories
© Fort Worth Country Memories
A perfect venue for the downhome couple, this “no fuss, no frills” location gives guests a chance to let their hair down and have a good time celebrating. Clusters of trees, a pond, and a picturesque red barn offer the bride and groom charming locations for the exchange of vows. Couples may choose to dine open-air, seated at rows of rustic picnic tables. Market lights and fire pits add warmth and romance. Should the couple want to gussy up a bit, a temperature controlled ballroom features white-wash wood walls, plank flooring, and crystal chandeliers. A fireplace adorns the space. A counter area can serve as a buffet table or bar. A full kitchen is available for use.
5682 Tenderfoot Trail, Fort Worth, TX, Phone: 817-773-6824
11.Heart of the Ranch
© Heart of the Ranch
Nestled within the Clearfork development, this forest oasis grows green with grass and tall trees. There are a number of beautiful ceremony backdrops to choose from. Large clearings offer places for wedding guests to gather. Wooden cabanas offer respite from the elements, while rustic tables and a pergola bar refresh. Couples may choose to dine al fresco, beneath long stretches of glowing market lights. An open-air tent pavilion with a clear roof offers a more glamorous option. There are fire pits for use, and the grounds are perfect for a sparkler send-off under the stars. Couples will need to furnish their own caterer. A site supervisor manages the venue day-of. Parking accommodates up to 500 vehicles.
5000 Clearfork Main Street, Fort Worth, TX, Phone: 817-731-7396
© Historic 512
Located in the heart of downtown, the character of this landmark building is emblematic of 1920s architecture and design. The Grand Ballroom features lofty, reverse tray ceilings, with intricately cut plaster detail. Arched picture windows extend from the black walnut flooring, up to the ceiling, revealing expansive views of the city. The Great Room is reminiscent of the Georgian Revival era. Rustic wood beaming, a teal and gold stenciled ceiling, shimmering chandeliers, and a fireplace create the space. Seating accommodates up to 175 guests in both rooms. There are also two multi-function parlors which can be used for a cocktail hour, bridal suite, or children’s area. The venue offers onsite catering and also has an open vendor policy.
512 West 4th Street, Fort Worth, TX, Phone: 817-484-1544
13.Marty Leonard Community Chapel
© Marty Leonard Community Chapel
The futuristic, gothic-inspired architecture and design of this chapel is awe-striking. Repeated rows of steel roof beams crisscross to from a passageway of diamonds that run the length of the chapel. The geometric beaming can be seen from the front exterior of the chapel, which is constructed of glass. A sky-high atrium forms over the sanctuary, built also of glass panels. Powerful gold light fixtures line the aisle, adding to a mixed-metal design feel. The floor is constructed of polished brick. Ultra-modern pews are upholstered in crème fabric. A choir loft, piano, and organ maintain tradition. Up to 200 attendees may be seated. Couples may choose to host the reception dinner on campus, at the Amon Carter Center.
3200 Sanguinet Street, Fort Worth, TX, Phone: 817-255-2576
14.NOAH'S Event Venue
An abundance of amenity and décor options make this the go-to venue for those who want a picture perfect wedding, without the hassle. Couples exchange vows on the lawn beneath an arbor, overlooking a cool blue pond. Intimate receptions are held in a banquet room designed with stone tile flooring, brick accent walls, and arched wood beams. The ballroom has polished wood flooring and wall-length windows that wrap around room’s periphery. The simplicity of the room allows couples the flexibility to make as big of a statement as they please. A tasteful menu of linen, centerpiece, sculpture, drapery, and chandelier options is available. Caterers have access to a full prep kitchen. Wedding goers will love the venue’s billiards room.
4301 Fossil Creek Boulevard, Fort Worth, TX, Phone: 214-886-5515
15.Prince Victorian Estate
© Prince Victorian Estate
Situated on 5-acres of private estate, this countryside B&B is romantically quaint. Pristine gardens adorn the grounds, layered with leafy trees, palms, and bright botanicals. Roses saturate the air with sweetness. The bride and groom exchange vows in a gazebo ceremony, joined by 90 of their closet family and friends. A tent pavilion hosts the reception dinner. Chiavari seating is provided for up to 110 guests, although couples may reserve more seating upon request. Twinkle lights and chandeliers glow within the reception tent. Linens, centerpieces, and tasteful décor options are available. The venue provides several hearty menu options, although they do have an open vendor policy. A dance floor is provided.
5555 Mitchell Saxon Road, Fort Worth, TX, Phone: 817-478-2757
16.River Ranch Stockyards
© River Ranch Stockyards
A full-on western wedding locale, this thematic venue hosts a “denim to diamonds” style celebration. The design of the stockyard is authentically constructed of heavily of rustic wood, brick, and concrete flooring. Inside, a barn-inspired backdrop marks the spot for the exchange of vows. A lengthy covered porch gives guests an airy location to refresh during cocktail hour, while they wait for the interior seating arrangements to be set for dinner. The venue cooks up a Texas style menu, while a fully staffed bar pours the bourbon and beer. Picnic tables and wine barrels serve as seating for up to 1,000 guests. A stage and a professional grade audio visual system ensure the party goes off without a hitch.
500 Northeast 23rd Street, Fort Worth, TX, Phone: 817-624-1111
© Sanders Hitch
A tree-farm retreat, this wedding venue is the perfect choice for couples who want to unplug and spend quality time with their loved ones. Located 11 miles north of Fort Worth, the estate stretches itself across 117 acres of rolling green. A river runs through the property, adding to its charm. Two covered bridges, a dock, a barn, and a silo dot the landscape. The main house has a modern, country feel. There are seven bedrooms total; a great room, several sitting rooms, a large dining room, and a kitchen. The pool house sleeps 8 guests and has its own kitchen. A game room offers a fun place for family to gather. Sweet and simple, takes the cake.
7760 Blue Mound Road, Fort Worth, TX, Phone: 817-755-0083
18.The 4 Eleven
© The 4 Eleven
Built in the 1920s, this renovated warehouse somehow manages to pull off a delicate design feel. Ceremony takes place on the rooftop garden, surrounded by Earthy red brick and foliage.
Inside, polished concrete flooring, white brick walls, exposed beaming, and a tin A-frame roof structure the space. Bright green vines snake along the walls, hanging gently in leafy bouquets. Two staircases with cable wire railings lead up to a spacious mezzanine, which can seat up to 120 of dinner guests. The overlook creates an airy, multidimensional feel. In total, 350 guests may be seated. Twinkle lights and crystal chandeliers glow romantically. Couples must furnish their own caterers and alcohol. A bridal suite and groom’s room are available for use.
411 South Main, Fort Worth, TX, Phone: 817-720-7373
19.The Ashton Depot Catering and Events
© The Ashton Depot Catering + Events
Originally built in 1899, the distinguished elegance of this estate has been impeccably preserved. The courtyard garden is pristine, offering a fairytale setting for the exchange of vows. The interior is awe-inspiring. A curved, original gold tin ceiling towers overhead. Intricately designed plaster, wood crown moldings, and large stained glass windows add to opulence. Cylindrical, Spanish-style chandeliers glow warmly over the original grey marble flooring. Guests enjoy tray passed hors d’oeuvres and cocktails while an executive chef prepares a coursed dinner. Couples may choose from a superb list of wedding package options. Full wait staff is supplied. The bride and groom are each assigned a personal butler. Valet parking provided. Up to 350 privileged attendees may be seated, 500 standing.
1501 Jones Street, Fort Worth, TX, Phone: 817-810-9501
20.The Rose Chapel
© The Rose Chapel
The chapel is bright, with smooth white walls and dark wood moldings. Rows of archways form airy hallways along the outer lengths of the sanctuary’s pews, which are divided by a crimson aisle. A sweetly gardened courtyard is plush with soft grass, fragrant rose bushes, and deep green ivy; a perfect locale for refreshments. Inside, the ballroom features a polished wood floor, a gold coffered ceiling, and a stage dressed in yellow-gold curtains. Soft light enters the room through a row of large, multi-pane windows. The salon has a tavern quality to it. Low ceilings with exposed beams, wood paneled walls, copper stained concrete floors, and a fireplace create the feel. Offsite caterers are required.
1519 Lipscomb Street, Fort Worth, TX, Phone: 817-926-2800
21.The Stonegate Mansion
© The Stonegate Mansion
A truly unique building, the architecture of the mansion has a mid-century modern appeal. Inside, the Great Room lives up to its namesake. A monumental ceiling features a skylight so large, that the room resembles an atrium. Slabs of bright, white stone provide corner joints for the room’s periphery walls, which are constructed of thick panes of glass. The distinction between indoors and outdoors is blurred by lush tree canopy and sunlight. A bi-level terrace room and a marble floored parlor provide additional options for reception. The mansion’s library and study give guests sophisticated cocktail hideaways. The estate’s green ivy courtyard garden offers yet another locale to wed or entertain. Event coordination is available. Outside vendors are required.
4100 Stonegate Boulevard, Fort Worth, TX, Phone: 817-927-7873
A relic from the Georgian Revival era, guests are greeted by a formidable portico with limestone columns. The interior is painstakingly crafted with coffered ceilings, wood panel walls, parquet flooring, and ornate oak mantels. The floor plan forms a maze of private parlors, housing fireplaces, antique rugs, and period light fixtures. A grand staircase offers a classic setting for photos of the bride. A wrap around terrace provides an ideal setting for sipping spirits. One and a half acres of green lawn is available for outdoor ceremonies and receptions. The bride and groom will need to acquire wedding planning services, a caterer, and other necessary vendors. Seating accommodates up to 250 guests.
1110 Penn Street, Fort Worth, TX, Phone: 817-336-2344
23.Victorian Tower House
© Victorian Tower House
Located in Old Town Keller, this Victorian home has been smartly renovated. The preppy exterior has modern, robin egg blue siding. A step inside the main hall reveals a two story ceiling, which follows the A-frame contour of the roofline. Square-cut, exposed beams of polished oak cross overhead. Clean white walls and light wood flooring add to the expansive feeling of the room. French windows, delicate chandeliers, and Chiavari seating inspire elegance. A patio and enclosed garden offer additional entertainment spaces. Full audio visual capabilities are available. A prep kitchen is provided for caterers. Full staffing is provided day-of. The bride and groom each enjoy use of a private suite. Couples will likely require wedding planning services.
132 Olive Street, Keller, TX, Phone: 817-395-7505
24.Victory Arts Center
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From boarding school to convent, this historic brick building has served many purposes during its lifetime. Now a residential building, it houses the area’s most stylish, city lofts. Renovations to the onsite chapel were completed in 2004. The ethereal white interior is flanked by lengths of open archways, supported by marble columns. Behind each archway, a pair of steeple windows draw in light. A princes-worthy aisle leads to the focal point of the chapel; an immense alcove. The bride and groom exchange vows at the opening of the alcove, underneath a Moroccan shaped archway. The scene is breathtaking. Seating can be reconfigured for reception. Couples will need to personally hire caterers and planners.
801 West Shaw Street, Fort Worth, Texas, Phone: 682-444-2586
25.Weston Gardens In Bloom, Inc
© Weston Gardens In Bloom, Inc
Four acres of English-style gardens bloom with native botanicals and antique roses. There are six ceremony and reception sites, each more breathtaking than the last. Couples may choose to exchange vows beneath a wooden pergola, next to the lotus flower pond. Or, they may choose to wed in front of a stone fountain, surrounded by wispy trees and green thicket. A fairytale-like cottage houses a quaintly appointed bridal suite. Cedar plank walls and a domed ceiling create a romantic, storybook feel. The groom also enjoys his own creekfront readying room. Up to 350 guests may be seated. A suggested list of vendors is supplied. Seating, linens, full staffing, and parking attendants are provided.
8101 Anglin Drive, Fort Worth, TX, Phone: 817-572-0549
25 Best Wedding Venues in Fort Worth
- 809 at Vickery, Photo: 809 at Vickery
- Artspace111, Photo: Artspace111
- Belltower Chapel and Garden, Photo: Belltower Chapel & Garden
- Benbrook Stables, Photo: Benbrook Stables
- Brik Venue, Photo: Brik Venue
- Cendera Center, Photo: rubchikova/stock.adobe.com
- Chateau At Forest Park, Photo: Chateau At Forest Park
- City Club of Fort Worth, Photo: Kirill/stock.adobe.com
- Fort Worth Botanic Garden, Photo: rruntsch/stock.adobe.com
- Fort Worth Country Memories, Photo: Fort Worth Country Memories
- Heart of the Ranch, Photo: Heart of the Ranch
- Historic 512, Photo: Historic 512
- Marty Leonard Community Chapel, Photo: Marty Leonard Community Chapel
- NOAH'S Event Venue, Photo: smoxx/stock.adobe.com
- Prince Victorian Estate, Photo: Prince Victorian Estate
- River Ranch Stockyards, Photo: River Ranch Stockyards
- Sanders Hitch, Photo: Sanders Hitch
- The 4 Eleven, Photo: The 4 Eleven
- The Ashton Depot Catering and Events, Photo: The Ashton Depot Catering + Events
- The Rose Chapel, Photo: The Rose Chapel
- The Stonegate Mansion, Photo: The Stonegate Mansion
- Thistle Hill, Photo: pawopa3336/stock.adobe.com
- Victorian Tower House, Photo: Victorian Tower House
- Victory Arts Center, Photo: New Africa/stock.adobe.com
- Weston Gardens In Bloom, Inc, Photo: Weston Gardens In Bloom, Inc
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