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3 Lovely Underrated Wedding Venues Around Houston

Jessica Yang

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Houston, TX - Are you searching for a unique and special spot to hold your wedding? If so, there are some non-traditional venues in Houston where it’s just perfect for a beautiful wedding to take place. Here are 3 underrated venues that will be a charming place for you to say “I do.” in Houston.

1. The Clayton House

Located in the Museum District, this Georgian style house with a three story brick was built in 1917. The Clayton House, designed by Birdsall P. Briscoe, was the home to William Lockhart Clayton, a statesman and Houston businessman, and Susan Ada Vaughn Clayton, his wife. In 1958, it was given to be used as a library to the City of Houston. In the present, people can still rent the house for private events like an outdoor wedding.

2. The Heritage Society

A place where some of Houston's oldest buildings are gathered, this place can be your unusual outdoor wedding venue. Located in Houston's first public park, this outdoor facility is available for receptions, weddings, seated dinners, cocktail parties, or other events. You can easily use tents or just leave Connally Plaza open to accommodate a great number of invitees. While enjoying your party, your guests can also have the pleasure of appreciating the paintings, photographs, and other arts at The Museum Gallery and Tea Room. If you prefer an intimate ceremony, St. John Church can provide an unforgettable, beautiful experience.

3. The Wortham Center

The Grand Lobby in the Wortham Center is just the right venue for a grand wedding with its huge windows and sky-high ceilings. This place that holds galas and banquets all year round in the city could also be the spot for your wedding.

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