WEDDING CAPITAL OF TEXAS: DRIPPING SPRINGS
The Texas Hill Country is famously beautiful. With rolling hills, plenty of old trees and tons of history it has become the wedding destination of many Texans. Whether you are planning to have a modern, classic, or rustic wedding there are options to make your big day perfect. With Texas’ temperate year-round climate, plenty of venues and tons of natural beauty you might be thinking about a Texas wedding of your own.
PLANNING THE BIG DAY
If you haven’t started to research possible venues then trust me, you have a ton of options. Once you have found a few places that meet your criteria, schedule a visit. You really need to get a feel for each place and ask yourself “Is this the atmosphere that you want?”
You will also want to really get to know the management and event staff at each venue. Their ability is going to be very important in navigating through the often stressful wedding planning process. Ask for testimonials or read online reviews before making your selection.
This is probably a great time to mention that if you haven’t considered hiring a professional wedding planner you probably should. We have only scraped the surface of everything that goes into getting you to your perfect day. An organized wedding planner will ensure that you get through the event without having to worry about forgetting anything.
When making your final decisions the main thing to consider is your budget. Now I know that this is the least fun thing to think about but it’s really important. A budget will help guide you through everything from the menu, the number of guests, entertainment, decoration options, and so much more. Make a list and stick to it with each items budget listed and stick to it.
SOME GREAT OPTIONS
In the Hill Country, you can have your wedding at many breweries, wineries, churches and other historic buildings. Here is a list of great places that you can start your search with.
NOW THAT YOU’RE MARRIED…
Where are you going to live? Stanberry & Associates can help you find your first home wherever you may be in Central Texas. If you completely fall in love with the area you should take a look at some of these great homes in the Texas Hill Country.