Secluded Cabin in Wimberley
This tiny hunters cabin is perfect for one or two people to enjoy a quiet evening in the hill country
Texas Hill Country Wedding Venue Near Wimberley & Dripping Springs
Vintage Oaks Farm
Vintage Oaks Farm
Texas Hill Country Wedding Venue
Plan your dream wedding at Vintage Oaks Farm, a beautiful and secluded Texas Hill Country Wedding Venue nestled in the oaks on a private estate located just outside of Dripping Springs - The Wedding Capital of Texas.
Our new, Garden Pavilion and Reception Hall is complete with a full kitchen for catering staff. Our professional, experienced staff is ready to help you plan an event that is perfect for your wedding, corporate retreat, holiday party or private concert.
Don't want to be inside? Enjoy the beautiful 15 acres of large oaks as the backdrop to your wedding or event. The event can be held outside, under the stars or at sunset for up to 150 guests.
Your guests will enjoy strolling the beautiful grounds with an outdoor bar and reception area and space for a band or DJ.
Call us today to book your venue tour and see everything we have to offer for your perfect hill country wedding, Indoors or outdoors.
Secluded Vacation Cabins:
Vintage Oaks Farm also provides luxury lodging for the wedding party or as a private reservation. These newly built, secluded vacation cabins are located just a few miles from the quaint town of Wimberley and the famed Wimberley Market Days, Blue Hole and Jacob’s Well and are mere minutes from Dripping Springs. With two cabins and additional sleeping above the event center, there is room for a large family or group of friends, the cabins are located several yards apart for complete privacy for couples looking for a romantic getaway in the hill country. Book one of our guest quarters and enjoy a weekend in the Texas Hill Country!
Vintage Oaks Farm Wedding Venue
What type of wedding are you planning? If you spend any time perusing real weddings or glued to Pinterest, you have probably been introduced to commonly used descriptions like vintage, retro, and rustic. And this may have left you a tad confused. Can you have a modern vintage rustic wedding? Well, probably not. But to help you decipher these themes, we wanted to provide you with basic definitions of each. We're happy to report that Vintage Oaks Farm can accommodate them all.
Vintage: Think antique, feminine styling. These weddings generally featured very muted color palettes and lots of lace, burlap, linen, and delicate flowers.
Retro: This is vintage's sassy cousin. Highly nostalgic with a bit of a wink, retro weddings are fun and merry. The color palettes are usually bright and happy. Not to make too broad of a statement, but vintage is generally pre 1940s, whereas retro is after.
DIY: These weddings are defined by the details. No longer purely "do it yourself" (brides often have wedding planners and other vendors accomplish the handmade elements - depending upon the project this is often for the better, right?), DIY weddings have a crafty and homemade aesthetic, often straddling the boundaries of vintage and rustic.
Rustic: Heavy on natural and farm or lodge-inspired elements. Expect an abundance of wood and stone in the décor. Flowers are usually pretty un-manicured, and varied between tables in centerpieces. Colors range from earth tone palettes to deeper jewel tones, but generally does not go too monochromatic or bright.
Modern: These weddings are sleek and polished. Color is often monochromatic or a palette with bold contrast. Lines will be clean and unfussy. Modern brides often opt for sheath dresses over princess gowns. Flowers will usually be bold, but minimalist.
Traditional: A traditional wedding in the Texas Hill Country does not mean it is boring. These are classic weddings, generally more reliant on colors for the "theme" or feel of the event. There are not usually a lot of "alternative" details. For examples, floral centerpieces rather than terrariums, and a tiered wedding cake rather than a selection of fruit pies.