Dripping Springs

The official  “Wedding Capital of Texas”, Dripping Springs is home to countless venues serving both wedding and corporate events, with sweeping views of rolling hills. The gateway to the hill country, Dripping Springs has it all. This charming little town is just 25 miles west of Austin. Founded in 1853 by three families that left Mississippi for the hills of Texas. The family lifestyle remains imbedded in the spirit of Dripping Springs. No wonder couples from all across the world want to tie the knot here! All eyes are on the cutest little chapel at Heritage Haus in Dripping Springs. Located on 30-acres of rolling hills, Heritage Haus features a little white chapel, rustic reception barn, and beautiful views. There’s no shortage of oak trees here. We picture a wedding design that is equal parts rustic in this space. Think our Sonoma Tables with Rose Gold Chairs. Looking for a more modern venue? Then Prospect House is for you! A beautiful event space with contemporary architecture, this indoor outdoor venue is comin’ for our hearts! With striking white interior and plenty of natural light, this is a stunning spot to host your wedding or special event. We think our plush velvet sofas would look stunning in this space! Memory Lane Event Center is perfect for the classic outdoor bride. Situated on 18 acres of oak tree dotted land, this venue is the creme-de-la-creme of rustic chic. Our rustic inventory would fit like a glove in this space! Be sure to check out a few of our favorite spots to visit in Dripping Springs! Hamilton Pool is one of the best swimming holes in Texas. Pack a picnic and spend the day swimming on a hot Texas day. Pound House Museum is perfect for history lovers. Located on 5 oak-filled acres, this farmstead from 1854 is a wonderful glimpse into Dripping Springs past. Are you a nature lover? Stop at one of Texas’ Wildlife Parks and take a hike or go fishing! Or cool off and relax at Lake Travis. Or go for a sail at one of the Highland Lakes. The kids will love the Westcave Preserve. This 76-acre preserve focuses on conservation and has plenty of educational programs.  Last, but not least, don’t forget to visit LBJ National Historical Park. Take a journey through LBJ’s ancestors, to his final resting place. A great spot for those interested in American history. Ready to plan your event? Let Archive be a part of the process! We would love to help bring your vision to life.


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