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Your guide to wedding venues in Fort Worth

Check out this list of local spots to host your next party, reunion, or reception.

4 Eleven

Tie the knot at these eight local wedding venues. | Image via @4elevenfw

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Whether you’re getting a jump start on your holiday party planning or preparing for an upcoming wedding reception or family reunion, check out this list of rentable wedding venues in Fort Worth.

Note: Guest counts and rates are based on estimations and various options available on each venue’s website. Please contact venue owners to inquire about current availability and current pricing.

ArtSpace 111 Events

Florals by @brandichapmanfloral + photo by @elisabethannephoto | Image via @artspace111events

Artspace 111, 111 Hampton St.

The historic venue and gallery features two sculpture gardens, an outdoor patio + enough space for your closest friends and family. Bonus: If you’re planning an elopement, check out the modified rental package for a party of 20 people.

  • Rate: $600-$7,800
  • Accommodates 200 guests
  • Key features: Full use of gallery space, day-of coordination, cake-making services, security guard + a sound system

BRIK, 501 S. Calhoun St.

This 100-year-old former textile mill was transformed into a romantic industrial warehouse with two floors of entertainment space, custom farm tables, and plenty of parking + bridal suites.

  • Rate: Inquire for pricing details
  • Accommodates 300 guests
  • Key features: Bartenders, security, venue host, full cleaning service + unique photo opportunities
4 Eleven Fort Worth

Photo by @heather.photo + design by @narrativeeventsco | Image via @4elevenfw

The 4 Eleven, 411 S. Main St.

The two-story 1920s warehouse is now a chic industrial venue with an ivy-covered garden patio, rustic sliding doors, and large windows for natural light.

  • Rate: Inquire for pricing details
  • Accommodates 350 guests
  • Key features: Equipment rental, cake stands, commercials fridge + kitchen prep space
PalmWood Events

Photo by @elizaldephotography + floral by @floratx_ | Photo via @palmwoodevents

PalmWood Event & Conference, 640 Taylor St.

Situated in the heart of downtown, guests will be awed by the 360° skyline views with floor-to-ceiling windows + an outdoor patio.

  • Rate: Inquire for pricing details
  • Accommodates 250+ guests
  • Key features: Hospitality suites overlooking downtown, complimentary parking, on-site catering + a wedding captain
Century Hall

Photo by @bay_productions + flowers by @flowerstic_event | Image via @thecenturyhall

The Century Hall, 901 Houston St.

Constructed in 1910, this loft-style space features exposed brick, hardwood floors, oversized industrial lighting, and bridal + groom suites.

  • Rate: $4,700-$7,525
  • Accommodates 230+ guests
  • Key features: Exclusive catering on-site, chairs and table set-up, staff, and a bar with drinks
The Ostreum

Photo by @bradfordmartens + flowers by @albadahliafloral | Image via @the_ostreum

The Ostreum, 108 S. Freeway

Take a step back in time with this open-concept 1900s-era factory. The space features industrial architecture and Art Deco details.

  • Rate: Inquire for pricing details
  • Accommodates 400 guests for both the ceremony and reception
  • Key features: Parking, dressing room suites, rental services, kitchen + customizable additions like cocktail tables, chairs, and a bar
FTW-Woman's Club of Fort Worth

The Woman’s Club of Fort Worth is located in the Quality Hill neighborhood. | Photo by The Woman’s Club of Fort Worth

The Woman’s Club, 1316 Pennsylvania Ave.

The historic facility provides the perfect backdrop for wedding photos inside the expansive garden + eight unique rooms.

  • Rate: $1,800-$5,500
  • Accommodates up to 200 guests
  • Key features: On-site catering, secured parking, staff + portrait sessions

City Club Fort Worth, 301 Commerce St.

The downtown social club offers several room options, including those with downtown views and a bridal dressing room.

  • Rate: $500-$3,000
  • Accommodates 225 guests
  • Key features: Free parking, food and bar packages, custom menus, security + decoration support

And if you’re one of our readers who’s newly engaged — first of all, congratulations, and second, be sure to check out Zola for all your wedding website, registry, and invite needs.*

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