Texas Destination Wedding at Horseshoe Bay
February 11, 2020
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Nestled in the heart of scenic Texas Hill Country on the shores of Lake Lyndon B. Johnson, is the highly rated Horseshoe Bay Resort. From your first friendly “hello,” expect to bask in warm Texas hospitality extended by the staff and beauty of your surroundings. Everything is big in Texas and this 7,000-acre resort is no exception, with numerous options for accommodating, feeding and entertaining your guests right on property.
With Austin approximately one hour and San Antonio about 90 minutes away, getting there is easy. If you are lucky enough to own a personal aircraft, there is even a Resort Airport Jet Center with a 6,000-foot lighted runway.
When planning a destination wedding at Horseshoe Bay, there are year-round options with romantic ceremony and reception venues sprinkled throughout the property. Lush green gardens, dramatic pavilions, waterfront settings or spectacular ballrooms are all options to choose from. The resort’s truly talented wedding professionals are eager to listen to your dreams, embrace them and make them come true. Exceptional culinary talent and customer service standards are the norm at Horseshoe Bay Resort, so you can relax knowing that your wedding is in good hands.
The golfers who are on your guest list will be singing your praises when they discover there are four championship courses, including the Jack Nicklaus Signature Course, Summit Rock. The full-service marina with its nautical fleet of boats, WaveRunners, pontoons and ski boats, will beckon the water lovers onto Lake LBJ. For those who would like a bit of pampering, the Bayside Spa offers a full menu of decadent treatments.
Whether your destination wedding is an intimate gathering of your nearest and dearest or a large lavish event with many guests, the Horseshoe Bay Resort may be a perfect location. From casual to elegant, this Texas resort has settings to fit every style and preference, and the depth of experience to ensure a seamless event.
This article first appeared in Destination I Do’s Fall/Winter 2016 issue. You can order a copy here.