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The Bell Tower on 34th Street, wedding venue
Aside from its Italian villa and hacienda-inspired architecture, The Bell Tower on 34th Street boasts various spaces that can accommodate 50 to 1200. The Bell Tower on 34th Street
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With a very rustic feel (and if you don’t mind mounted deers on the walls), Rainbow Lodge is perfect for the outdoorsy bride.  Courtesy of Rainbow Lodge
Minute Maid Park, Union Station Lobby, Astros
Not only are the Corinthian-style columns and original marble a sophisticated setting, but also for the sporty bride and groom the novelty of being at Union Station Lobby at Minute Maid Park will be a great feature guests will enjoy. Cats Corner
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The Asia Society Museum property is new to Houston, and I can’t say enough about the uniqueness of this venue option. Photo by Paul Hester/© 2011 Hester + Hardaway
The Inn at Dos Brisas, night, swimming pool
Located in the foothills of Texas Hill Country, midway between Houston and Austin, The Inn at Dos Brisas offers a setting for special events of up to 300 guests.  The Inn at Dos Brisas/Facebook
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Ideally, House of Blues is my perfect event scenario for this space: Cocktails in Peacock Room (shown), dinner and reception in Music Hall and after-hours lounge in Foundation Room.  Photo by Fulton Davenport: PWL Studio