This historic industrial building is a unique setting for vintage receptions with its exposed brickwork, iron trusses, and multitude of windows.
Waterfront ceremonies on the grassy shore are an elegant way to say “I do,” with the lush, natural landscape surrounding you.
Sweeping views of the lake from the terrace are a beautiful complement to your cocktail hour and a stunning backdrop for photographs.
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Yvette · Married on 11/21/2015
The Filter Buliding is an interesting space. It's mainly a large brick room (with an upstairs for the bride) with a lawn and concrete patio overlooking White Rock Lake.
There is no "day-of" coordinator associated with the building, just a person that takes your payment, shows you the property, and opens/closes the door the day of your event. Therefore, make sure you have solid vendors (photographer, dj, caterer).
We had an outdoor ceremony on the lawn, cocktail hour on the patio, and reception indoors with a wedding of 110 guests. The interior is definitely large enough to house 110 but I recommend using both the outdoor and indoor spaces.
The space is beautiful, very simple, with room to mingle and dance. Highly recommend!
Vivian · Married on 10/04/2015
The people Filter Building are very easy to work with and quickly responded to all of my crazy, last minute questions promptly. They provide a very beautiful backdrop for the wedding and they were exactly the venue that we were looking for, without nickel and diming us. The prices were up front on the website and they gave us the freedom to bring in the vendors that we wanted to work with.
Sarah · Married on 08/15/2015
The Filter Building is a beautiful venue and has a great view of White Rock Lake. We were able to have a very affordable wedding at the Filter Building, as they do not have F&B minimums and allow you to purchase your own alcohol as long as you check it in to the TABC certified bartender that is usually supplied by the caterer. We did not have a wedding planner, so it was a little more work to research all the vendors. Although, this allowed us to save tons of money on food, linens, etc., and also make it more personable. Carla was also very flexible and quick to respond to my emails. The building also photographs very well, and the brick in the background looks really great. We had tons of compliments on the venue, and had plenty of space with 150 guest and a large dance floor. I would highly suggest the Filter Building as a wedding venue!