Being a Galveston Bride, part 2

Knowing I wanted to have my wedding in Galveston, I started my search in February for the perfect venue.

I looked at a few hotels, but they were a little pricey, not our style and most were all inclusive (in regards to in house catering and car services). I knew from the start, I wanted to be able to pick my own caterer and have the option to bring in any vendor I wanted, so that wasn’t going to work.

Then I emailed Ms. Vicki, who is in charge of the Historical Foundation in Galveston. The Foundation has a gew historical homes and buildings that they rent out at great rates for special events. Ike limited my selection down to 3: Ashton Villa, Bishop’s Palace and Garten Verein.

Based on the size of our guest list and the style of each venue, we chose Aston Villa.

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Ashton Villa was built in 1859, which is what Mr.C loves about it! Mr. C is a history major, so he was extremely happy with the decision to book a historical home.

We will have the ceremony in the garden outside. The space for seating is limited, but we will work out that detail as we get closer.

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Overall, it worked well with our budget, was in Galveston and had the vintage feel we’d hoped for.

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