Double Creek Crossing is an outdoor wedding and reception venue located near Bryan/College Station. An abundance of majestic oak trees, colorful gardens, and fountains surround the 25 acre property.
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Kelby · Married on 10/13/2018
I seriously cannot rave enough about this venue! We had our ceremony under the GORGEOUS arch and our reception on the patio, and both sites were absolutely perfect. It poured during our reception, and the siding on the patio was able to keep all my guests dry while not holding in humidity. If I got one compliment about our venue choice, I must have gotten a hundred. It was so, so beautiful - both during the ceremony and after dark! And the owner, Leah, could not be sweeter or more accommodating. I would absolutely recommend this venue to anyone!
Ardala · Married on 05/06/2017
Double Creek Crossing is a gorgeous venue. We wanted our ceremony, cocktail hour, and reception to be held all int he same venue, and outdoors. They have it all. The ceremony area is outdoors, in a beautiful garden. Cocktail hour and reception area are just a few steps away. The reception area is a big covered porch, so you get the best of both words, that feeling of being outdoors, but protected from whatever Texas weather you may get at your wedding day :) And what can I say about Leah, the owner? She is the sweetest person! Very accommodating. She'll make sure your day goes by perfectly. Beautiful venue! Just 20 min from College Station/Bryan.
Natasha · Married on 06/04/2011
Double Creek Crossing was an amazing outdoor venue. Everything about this venue is carefully thoughout to make the perfect wedding. The ceremony is held under huge beautiful oak trees for amazing pictures, and the reception is under a covered pavilion area just a few steps away. There is also a small building connected to the pavilion for the bridal/groom suites and a hall for the cake, gifts, buffett. Our wedding was absolutely beautiful, and we are so happy we chose this venue. Even in June in Texas, the fans help keep the heat out, and Leah is able to drop down the sides in case of rain.