If you've been reading this blog for a while, you know that I LOVE non-traditional wedding venues. I love it when I see a wedding in a space that is so out of left-field but turns out so beautifully, you wonder why no one thought of it sooner. Thus, I am constantly scouring the internet for new or non-traditional venues to hold a wedding. I decided to share with you 7 of my favorite below-the-radar Houston wedding venues. Featuring libraries, restaurants, theatres and parks, some venues on this list will make you scratch your head, but trust me any of them would make for a beautiful wedding! I plan to feature 7 venues for Dallas, Austin, and San Antonio as well in the near future. For all of my Dallas, Austin and San Antonio readers, please drop me a comment or send me a message with some of your favorite below-the-radar venues.
The Clayton House is a three story brick Georgian style house built in 1917 and designed by Birdsall P. Briscoe. The house was the home of Houston businessman and statesman William Lockhart Clayton and his wife Susan Ada Vaughn Clayton until 1958, when it was deeded to the City of Houston to be used for library purposes. The public can rent out the house for private events. With its central Museum district location and well-manicured grounds, the Clayton House would be ideal for an outdoor wedding.