Marrying in Galveston, Texas

Posted by on Jul 12, 2013 in Misc Wedding Articles |

Galveston weddingGalveston is a beautiful city sitting on the Gulf Coast border of the state of Texas. It is located just around 50 miles from Houston and this makes it a wonderful destination for anyone planning wedding or a domestic honeymoon. Galveston Island has the huge potential of sunny tropical weather year round. In addition, the island and the city offer a wide variety of activities and interesting things to do, many of them extremely affordable or even free of charge.

Galveston offers incredible restaurants, boutique and luxurious hotels, 32 miles of beautiful and relaxing beaches, antique stores and modern downtown shopping opportunities, art galleries, wonderful entertainment and very well preserved and large (the largest in the US!) concentrations of Victorian architecture. This is why many people from the U.S. choose this lovely island for summer vacations, tranquil holidays, romantic getaways or opt for Galveston destination weddings.

Unique beauty and rich history, marvelous 19th century architecture and soft sandy beaches make Galveston Island, even though small, very charming and attractive to visitors, no matter if they have been planning tranquil summer vacation or romantic honeymoon. Galveston residents usually don’t even remember the last time they’ve been visiting the mainland and usually they don’t want to leave the island if circumstances permit it. The city of Galveston is one of those charming southern towns, but if you miss the big city buzz, Houston is very close for you to satisfy you needs.¬†Getting around the Galveston Island is more than easy. You can travel by sea, land or air and if you are yearning for a memorable romantic experience, go for a ride by horse-drawn carriage after dinner at dusk.

If you organize , we congratulate you on that wonderful decision. No matter the time of the year you have chosen for your important event, you will surely fall in love with the city and astonishing surroundings.