Our Top 10 Favorite Wedding Venues in Dallas

Our Top 10 Favorite Wedding Venues in Dallas


We’re so happy it’s Wednesday…not just because it’s “Hump Day” but because we get to share our absolute favorite Dallas wedding venues with you! Whether you’re just beginning the search or you’re trying to decide on ceremony vs. reception venues, we’ve got you covered. Keep in mind your venue can have a lot of influence on the dress you’ll wear on your big day–or vice versa! (the venues are not listed in any particular order)

Arlington Hall at Lee Park

A replica of the Curtis-Lee Mansion in Arlington, this venue exudes history and tranquility nestled among beautiful bowing trees and gardens. The interconnecting rooms and terraces can seat up to 500 guests. Get married under the stars or say “I do” in the Great Hall at this elegant and sophisticated venue.

Dallas Arboretum

The Dallas Arboretum has quickly become one of Dallas’s favorite wedding venues with its romantic gardens and stunning views of White Rock Lake. Tie the knot in the Crape Myrtle Allee or at the Degolyer Pergola for a beautiful and unique ceremony.

North Ervay

The Venue at 400 North Ervay

Where can you find a beautiful rooftop garden in the heart of downtown? At 400 North Ervay of course! This exquisite venue provides one of the best views of Dallas—perfect for a wedding! If you’re dreaming of an intimate ceremony among lush gardens, this venue is for you!

Perkins Chapel

Perkins Chapel at Southern Methodist University hosts 200 weddings a year and it can sometimes be hard to reserve your big day! This beautiful white chapel is a perfect ceremony venue for its proximity to many reception venues. SMU’s gorgeous campus makes for a stunning backdrop on your wedding day. Keep in mind it’s a little small, so you might want to check on your guest list numbers first!


Nasher Sculpture Center

The Nasher Sculpture Garden sits nestled in the Arts District of Dallas with its own beautiful outdoor charm. Say your vows under twinkling lights and dance alongside works by Picasso and Miro at this gorgeous, unique wedding venue.

Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek

The Mansion on Turtle Creek weddings are something out of a fairytale. This beautiful mansion is located in the green, lush Turtle Creek area and the building has been around for almost 100 years. The Mansion offers both history and understated style and can accompany up to 300 guests. If you’re searching for a traditional, timeless and classic venue, The Mansion just might be your venue (at a price of course!).


The Rosewood Crescent Hotel

The Crescent Hotel is the perfect venue for a bride that desires both an intimate upscale ceremony, but also a fantastic view. The Crescent Club, a private dining club on the 17th floor, is one of Dallas’s most exclusive venues. The twinkling lights of the city provide a spectacular backdrop. Any of the private dining rooms can seat up to 140 guests, or opt for the ballroom to seat up to 250 guests.

The Adolphus Hotel

The historic Adolphus Hotel is the definition of luxury. Built in 1912 in downtown Dallas, the architecture and glamorous feel of this lavish hotel make this venue come alive. The grand ballrooms can seat up to 400 guests each.


The Perot Museum

The Perot Museum is definitely the most unique venue on our list! At 180,000 square feet, there are plenty of spaces to choose from for your wedding. With 11 exhibition halls, a gallery, and a theater, there is plenty of seating and room for a dance floor among the dinosaurs and exhibits!

The Belo Mansion

This elegant downtown venue has long been a favorite for Dallas event planners. From the neo-classical revival architecture, to the hedge-lined terraces, to the ballroom, this 19th century home may just be the perfect place for your “I do’s.”

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