We Texans are a proud group. We’re proud of our land, proud of our industries, proud of our reputation for plain talk and independence. We’re also proud of our rich cultural history, one that blends traditions of the Deep South and Mexico with cowboy culture and African-American culture with influences from Czech and German immigrants. While you’re probably planning on incorporating some of your family’s traditions into your wedding, think about adding one of these Texas wedding traditions for a fun, authentic affair. (more…)
We’ve all been to that kind of corporate event. The kind with boring presentations and stale team-building exercises. The kind held in an uninspired hotel conference rooms where the most memorable part of the whole event was the food (and even that was mind of blah). Corporate events don’t have to be bland, boring affairs and an exciting, invigorating corporate event doesn’t have to break the bank. Just use our simple tips for planning a corporate retreat, company meeting or picnic, or professional conference that your guests will enjoy and remember. (more…)
Maybe you’ve always dreamed of an outdoor wedding under the beautiful Texas sky or maybe you’ve just recently fallen in love with the idea spending your special day in a picturesque outdoor setting. It’s no doubt that outdoor wedding ceremonies have the potential to be unforgettable . . . but thanks to unpredictable Texas weather, that “unforgettable” quality could be a bad thing. Everything from overheated guests baking in the late spring sun or an unexpected downpour soaking the wedding party, an outdoor wedding comes with certain risks. Of course, the savvy bride always follows these tips for getting the best experience from her outdoor wedding. (more…)
Since opening in 2004, Texas Old Town has grown to become one of the most beloved wedding and special event venues in the Texas Hill Country. We’re proud to have hosted hundreds of picture-perfect weddings, exciting corporate events, and unforgettable birthday parties, quincenearas, and non-profit events over the years.
Now, we’re excited to debut Texas Old Town’s new online look! (more…)