An idyllic setting for the happiest day of your life.
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Tucked away amidst lush pecan groves, The Grand Texana stands proudly within idyllic green pastures and captivating farm vistas, spanning across a breathtaking 8.5 acres of vibrant Texas wildflowers and verdant scenery.
Blending sophistication and charming allure, our enchanting landscape offers a quaint ambience that truly sets us apart.
Conveniently situated less than half an hour from Houston, The Grand Texana is nestled between Austin, Katy, Brenham, and College Station. Though accessible from your everyday life, you'll discover the magic of being whisked away to a hidden treasure that awaits your discovery.
Escape here for a rejuvenating break, allowing yourself to be momentarily transported to a serene haven where time seems to stand still.
Boasting indoor and outdoor venue options, The Grand Texana provides the most exquisite and picture-perfect setting for your very own storybook beginning.
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Elements That Make The Grand Texana So Magical
Chris is a nationally known attorney representing the criminally accused and protecting teachers rights, also playfully known as The Grand Poobah.
Debbie is an artist who paints oils, acrylics, murals for churches, and individual homes.
Melissa is the general manager and our lead wedding planner.
Shab and Christopher head our social media and sales departments — all smiling faces you’ll meet the moment you step foot on the property.
After years of looking into the wedding venue business, Chris and Debbie purchased the property in 2021 when the opportunity fell into their lap.
The couple has their own unique experience with weddings, married two days after Hurricane Alicia in 1983.
If they can get married, quite literally, in the middle of a storm, they have what it takes to gracefully handle any obstacle you may face throughout the planning process.
Combined with all their talents and expertise, the Tritico family provides everything you’ll need for a wonderful upscale wedding at The Grand Texana.
. . . when its first owner, James Hall, received a land grant from Mexico through Stephen F. Austin. The property remained in the hands of the Hall family all the way through 1926.
Francis J. Cooke shortly after entered the scene during the Texas Revolution, and his heirs owned the farmstead for an additional 90 years until his son sold it to Wyatt C. Hedrick.
At the time, Hedrick was a nationally recognized architect. His work involved the creation of universities, banks, courthouses, and other public buildings that still exist to this date.
One of Hedrick’s well-known buildings is the Texas Tech Dairy Barn at Texas Tech University, built in 1926 — now recognized as a national historic landmark. The very last dairy barn he built now lives on our land today.
The authentic white, wooden dairy barn, with its Dutch colonial gambrel roof, has become a staple of The Grand Texana.