3 Stunning Texas Barn Wedding Venues You Need to See to Believe

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With their increase in popularity over the past decade, you’ve probably been invited to a barn wedding at least once. Fast becoming one of the more popular venues throughout the Lone Star State, barn event centers at ranches throughout Texas are rustic and classy, and filling up as fast as eager brides and grooms search for a spot to hold their special event that speaks to them and speaks of their lifestyle. Not only that, but they’re cost effective and can be styled in a fashion that appeals to the couple and their family and guests alike. Comfortable and having a homegrown feel, here are three Texas barn wedding venues that are stunning in their reinvention of a Lone Star State dream wedding.

1. The Barn at Hickory Creek Ranch, Crockett

Three Texas Barn Wedding Venues That are Stunning

Photo: Facebook/The Barn at Hickory Creek Ranch


Situated in East Texas, the Barn at Hickory Creek Ranch in Crockett is a secluded venue which is perfect for a private and classy affair. Draping throughout coupled with chandeliers truly set this venue apart in terms of visual appeal. The additional 31 acres of beautiful Texas countryside views makes this wedding location most definitely worth checking out.

2. Wildflower Barn, Driftwood

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Photo: Facebook/The Wildflower Barn, Driftwood

The Wildflower Barn in Driftwood has two separate and unique barns to choose from for your possible wedding venue. Their Meadow Barn is a cedar barn, rustically set in the woods on the property. Their Bluebonnet Barn is the classic red contemporary barn which is surrounded by gorgeous gardens. Both of which make picture-perfect places to hold an intimate and classic Texas wedding.

3. King River Ranch, Johnson City

Three Texas Barn Wedding Venues That are Stunning

Photo: Facebook/King River Ranch

The barn at King River Ranch is 100 percent constructed of Ponderosa Pinewood and borders on a beautiful half-acre fishing pond. Its rustic chandeliers, vaulted ceilings, and definitive country landscape offer a venue and views that combine for a remarkable Texas barn wedding setting.