HOUSTON (KTRK) -- Wedding season is upon us, and these are our viewers' favorite places to get hitched in Houston.
If you'd like to meet the people behind the venues, many of them will be on hand at the Bridal Extravaganza Show this week at the George R. Brown Convention Center.
The Crystal Ballroom is a 1913 historic ballroom located in the heart of downtown Houston's Rice Hotel. This is where some of Houston's largest weddings are held. The space can accommodate up to 800 guests for receptions and 350 for seated dining. The hotel also has a smaller event space called the Empire Room for weddings with around 100 guests. If you're a busy bride, they have an all-inclusive package to handle the details for you.
At Theresa's Place in Conroe, they provide outdoor garden gazebo weddings and indoor weddings. There's also have a reception hall that holds up to 175 guests with a dance floor area. If you're looking for a simple country wedding, they also offer small cake and punch weddings for up to 40 guests. All of their rates are listed on their website, making it easy to figure out if this venue will work for your wedding.
House Plantation in Hockley is set in 18 acres, complete with lakes and views, and the venue is centered around a lovingly restored 1890s Victorian mansion. One viewer told us her daughter is getting married their this summer and the staff has been nothing but friendly and helpful throughout the wedding planning process.
The Phoenix is located between Houston, Austin, and San Antonio, so if you're looking for a central location this is it. The property has been in the Hodde family for over 100 years. If you're worried about it being too far, they try to make it convenient for you. They offer a "Wedding Weekend Package," where you will have use of the entire facilities for the weekend from Thursday till 11 a.m. Sunday. It also includes three guest rooms for two nights.
First things first - they're having a sale! The event venue in Tomball is having a summer savings special where you can get deals on your dream day. They also host open houses regularly for brides to stop by and get a taste of what their wedding day could be like.
How cool would it be to get married in an old airport hangar? Now you can do just that at the 1940 Air Terminal Museum at Hobby Airport. If you choose to have the reception in the hangar, there will be a small plane in there too! Wedding packages start at $5,000 to rent the museum space.
At Briscoe Manor in Richmond, you can have it all. You can exchange your vows in the limestone chapel, lakeside overlooking the water, or in the private courtyard under the stars. There are dozens of comments on the website praising the work that the staff does.
The Rustic Rose still has prime dates available throughout 2015, and are also currently running deep discounts for summer bookings! Viewers say the Willis venue is absolutely stunning! They offer both indoor and outdoor ceremony locations for the perfect rustic wedding.
In 1975, Master Builder, Johnny Lorino, designed and built the 6,200 square foot mansion for his wife, Edith. Now it serves as a beautiful wedding venue in Magnolia. There's a vintage wedding chapel, a garden gazebo, carriage house, and groom's cottage just for the guys.
If you're looking for a beach wedding, the San Luis Hotel and Resort is your place. There is a beautiful outdoor gazebo overlooking the Gulf of Mexico, and beautiful ballrooms for the reception. There's also a spa on-site to take care of the entire bridal party.