Fort Worth is the perfect city for your Texas wedding or your next big event. With venues like the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame, picking the theme for your party is easy. Throw on your favorite pair of cowgirl (or cowboy) boots, and rest assured that you'll find a gown or tux to match them by checking out Fort Worth's many talented formal wear vendors.
Are you planning a summer wedding? While Fort Worth can be warm and sunny enough for a pleasant outdoor celebration, temperatures can quickly soar to the high nineties or over 100 degrees Fahrenheit. July is usually Fort Worth's hottest month, so come prepared with tents and other necessary party rentals. Local tent rental companies can help you figure out what type of covering is best for your event, so you can let the breeze flow through the area while shielding your guests from the hot sun. For the ultimate cool summer gathering, ask party rental companies about items like iced drink stations and margarita machines, so you can keep your party supplied with tasty treats. Even the Texas heat is no match for you!
If you're a couple looking for an unusual wedding venue, Fort Worth offers a wide variety of alternative ceremony and reception locations. For a "wild" setting, consider a venue like the Fort Worth Zoo, and include some animal print accents in your invitations and decorations. You can ask local bakeries about making a cake in the shape of your favorite animal–or maybe just arranging a table full of cupcakes with flamingo pink icing.
Fort Worth has something for every couple, whether they're planning a traditional wedding or they're looking for something a little further from the beaten track. Simply click the links below to find the right vendors to make your wedding a success.
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