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Whether it’s exposed brick walls, unique ceiling structures or the uniqueness of a clean open space, there is nothing more authentically beautiful than an industrial wedding venue. We’ve compiled 9 of our favorite industrial wedding venues to inspire our Southern brides looking to modernize their Texas roots. Take a look!

800 Congress

With the capacity to accommodate up to 700 guests, 800 Congress is a venue for any bride looking to occupy decorate quite the open space. This gorgeous venue is home to exposed brick, polished concrete floors and amazing floor-to-ceiling retractable doors that open to an expansive patio, making it difficult for brides to resist this venue’s urban charm – not to mention its breathtaking views of Paramount Theatre and The Capitol. 

Photo: Lisa Hause Photography

One Eleven East

Built in 1983, One Eleven East has been thoughtfully restored to cultivate its original architectural details while also subtly modernizing its downtown charm. We see brides drawn to the clean white-brick walls, 15-foot ceilings, pinewood floors and beautifully arched windows that lead to the property’s private outdoor courtyard.

Photo: Inked Fingers

Brazos Hall

Brazos Hall is a turn-of-the-century warehouse building at the corner of 4th and Brazos. Converted from a 1900’s grain mill into an elegant mixed-use event venue with restored long-leaf pine floors, brick walls and wood rafters, Brazos Hall is a venue unlike any other in the heart of downtown Austin’s hotel district. In addition to the 8,400 square feet of open space in the Main Hall that highlights the venue’s industrial past, Brazos Hall offers a 3,500 square foot rooftop deck with downtown views.

Photo: Two Pair Photography

Peached Social House

Located in the heart of the Brentwood Neighborhood, Peached Social House combines modern Austin style with eclectic Marfa style for the perfect industrial venue for your wedding, rehearsal dinner or engagement party. Holding up to 104 people this is the perfect space for an intimate boutique wedding.

Photo: Feather & Twine

Trinity Hall

Trinity Hall is a multi-purpose private event center in the heart of downtown Austin. This customizable space can accommodate a wide array of event configurations and set-ups for a capacity of up to 413 with tables and 600 standing room only.

Photo: Lisa Hause Photography

The Vaughn

One of the newest industrial venues in Austin, The Vaughn offers stunning views of downtown from their rooftop hangout. Accommodating up to 150 seated guests, the space is fully transformable to fit your ideal wedding day.

Photo: Jerry Hayes Photography

Rock Rose Hall

Rock Rose is Uptown’s destination for up late – bringing the best of Austin’s weird to your far out – all on one street. Featuring an art-infused streetscape surrounded by unexpected discoveries and bustling with visitors, Rock Rose will offer the charm and energy of South Congress, East Austin or the Warehouse District, with the added benefits of easy access and plentiful parking.

Deep Eddy Vodka Tasting Room

Nestled in the Hill Country just 20 minutes outside of Austin is The Deep Eddy Vodka Tasting Room – perfect for bridal showers, rehearsal dinners, ceremonies and receptions. With a covered outdoor patio and gorgeous interior, it is a one of a kind venue for all your wedding events!

Photo: Matt Montalvo Photography

The Grove

The Grove is a brand new, distinctive venue centrally located in downtown Round Rock just blocks from fine hotels, one of a kind restaurants and entertainment. Three brilliant spaces are yours to mold into a one of a kind event; the deck winds through the majestic oak trees, the terrace stretches along the wide clear waters of Brushy Creek and a grand open space inside the mid-century inspired building are waiting for your personal touch.

Photo: Angela Lally Photography

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