Hi! I got married at Queen of Angels Catholic Church in Spicewood, TX. It's about 20-25 minutes from downtown Austin, but it's an absolutely beautiful church to get married in. It's pretty small, but very affordable and unique. It's affiliated with Emmaus Catholic Church in Lakeway, TX, but doesn't have Saturday night mass so you can pretty much pick whatever time you want to have your ceremony which is nice because most other Catholic churches have set times.
I'm getting married at St. Louis Catholic Church. It's located in central/north Austin, and it has a beautiful chapel. You should go see it in person though; the pictures online don't do it justice.
We got married at Emmaus Catholic Church in Lakeway in 2008. It was very affordable and the staff was very nice. We did have our own priest so not sure if that made a difference getting married there and not being a member. Our reception was right up the road from there at Vintage Villas.
My husband and I got married at St. Albert the Great Catholic Church on Bittern Hollow and Metric. We thought it reasonable. The church space is beautiful. I recommend taking a tour and learning about the materials they chose for the space. You do have to post your bans and take classes or do a retreat. But that seems pretty standard. http://www.saintalbert.org/ I found a picture of the interior on the web, but in person it has more color and is warmer.
We were married at the Smith Family chapel at Riverbend Church. Absouletely wonderful and romantic!
Our Lady of Guadalupe on Lydia and 10th street just east of 35 is a nice church.staff is very helpful. we got married there in Oct. 2009.
Thank You so much for all of your responses!..Now I have great churches to pick from :)
Other than the expenses gorgeous St. Mary's Cathedral... I really LOVE St. Austin Cath Church on Guadalupe Street.
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