(Closed) Houston,TX outdoor venue suggestions

posted 9 years ago in Houston
Post # 3
112 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

We got married 4/28 at Amber Springs in Montgomery. It was $5700 for the venue, but it is cheaper on Fridays and Sundays. I recommend it because they allow you to choose your own vendors! Check out some of my older posts, my photographer is excellent and very affordable! I did my own flowers to save $$. My total wedding cost was $12k though. Just a thought. PM me if you have any questions!

Kristina K.

Post # 4
192 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

Check out some of the local parks! Our Reception venue was in League City (about 1/2 between Houston and Galveston) and we paid a $450 deposit that we got back and $450 rental fee. They provided all the tables and chairs and the space was great. Also I think that the Gallery downtown is about $2000 but I am not 100% positive. They were on the list too for us, and you can bring in your own vendors.

Hope This Helps

Post # 5
2861 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

This may end up being over your budget ( not sure on your guest like) but I’d look into The Orchard at Caney Creek. This is outside of Houston, just a heads up. This is also outside of Houston, but very decently priced and you bring in all your own vendors- Caney House. Both have space to get married and have reception, if you need any other suggestions more targeted to a specific area feel free to PM me.

Post # 6
24 posts
  • Wedding: April 2012

This may help.  There is a new venue that has opened in Atascocita,  It was the country club, but has been turned into a wedding venue and resturant.  They have several beautiful outdoor places to get married and a banquet hall for the reception.  They do catering, photography, DJ, and anything else you may need,  I used IncrEdible Delights for everything on my wedding day, but that was before they acquired this new venue.  If they would have had it then I would have booked there.  Here is there website if you need more information.



Post # 7
1991 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

I don’t know if 8k will cut it in the houston area, but maybe if you go further out.  I got married in Austin and the prices were similar, and it was around 15k total (5.5k just for the venue)

how many guests are you having?

Post # 8
81 posts
Worker bee

I just put a deposit on my venue/ceremony place. It a private property owned by a man called Ernie Weatherford its in the northeast part of Houston. It is 5 acres of land and he has it divided into 3 sections. The first has a home with a dj booth, outside pa system, ceremony style living room and out side has a 1,500sqft deck  and infront a stage for a band or your wedding party you get it from noon-noon the next day and is $1,000 for the 24 hr rental of his property the second is a small cabin with a shower in the womans bathroom  and a mans restroom and a stove inside. also has a ooutdoor PA system and it has a double deck and a huge space all the way back to the lake and that is $750 for 24 hrs. The 3rd space is the area with a little gazebo thing and is infront of the lake ceremonies usually take place there.


You can find a video on youtube of the property by typing in “Private Property Houston” and there are 2 vids”


Good luck!

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albamiranda28:  do you have any other besides what you commented? This spuds like I great idea. Please advise.

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