The King and Queen invite you to have your fairy tale wedding at the
Texas Renaissance Festival.
Create the royal wedding of your dreams in 16th century-style within
the walls of our charming English Village.
Get swept away with one of our exclusive wedding packages designed
to enhance the romance and magic of your wedding day!
*Enjoy our 55-acre village where thousands of costumed performers
become part of your special day.
*From intimate wedding parties to lavish celebrations,
we help you plan an unforgettable event.
*Private reception locations with a variety of catered dining options
fit for a King.
*Packages include admission to the Texas Renaissance Festival.
*On-site wedding staff—your wish is our command.
*Close out your special day with a Royal Fireworks display!
Select from five themed wedding chapel locations:
English Garden (Seats 200 plus a wedding party of up to 12 )- The Queen
of the fairies, had this 4,500 square foot English Garden constructed to
attract the attention of her jealous King. A wonderful place to dream....
Rose Garden (Seats 150 plus a Wedding Party of up to 10)- In tribute to
the War of the Roses, King Henry VIII commissioned his craftsmen to
construct this 2,800 square foot rose garden.
Roman Basilica (Seats 120 plus a Wedding Party of up to 14)- The Roman
invaders erected this temple to Aphrodite. White columns and Italian
Cypress Trees surround this sacred space.
The King's Chapel (Seats 90 plus a Wedding Party of up to 10)- The King’s
Chapel is constructed of massive, vine covered timber beams that create a
sense of sacred space in a natural setting.
Water Garden (Seats 30 plus a Wedding Party up to 6)- The 2,200 square
foot garden is constructed with Venetian architecture that ensures a
tranquil environment. Perhaps after a visit, you will feel younger.
Reception areas- We have two outside tented reception areas which can
accommodate up to 300-400 people. The New Market Arbor is located
at the crossroads of the festival and the Italian Village is located in the
Enchanted Forest at the back of the festival.