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Rehearsal Dinners at Bell Springs Winery
Bell Springs Winery offers a casual outdoor setting for your rehearsal dinners. Situated in the Texas Hill Country and the wedding capital of Texas, our venue is ideal for parties of 50 guests and below, who want to create a laid back, unique experience for your family and friends. Whether you are looking for a sit down catered affair with live jazz or an Austin original having a food truck and some good ole' bluegrass - Bell Springs Winery can make that happen.
Rental Rates and Information
We require all clients and vendors to use Hill Country Event Rentals for all rentals such as tables and chairs, linens, and tents. If Hill Country Event Rentals does not have something you may want to have at your event, please contact us directly to discuss and get approval before renting.
Premier Event Rentals
Contact: Brooke Robbins
You are allowed to have wine, beer, and hard alcohol at your event. All alcohol must be served by at TABC certified bartender. We recommend using Star of Texas Liquor & Wine (details below). The only wine allowed on the premises is Bell Springs Winery wines. A wine package must be included in addition to beer and hard alcohol. We do not allow beer and hard alcohol only events. Based on the number of guests, we will put together a wine package for you. Other vendors allowed with our approval.
290 Star of Texas Liquor & Wine
Bell Springs Winery allows you to bring your own caterer to your event. We do require a each caterer to register with Bell Springs Winery and sign a vendor contract. In addition, caterers must provide proof of liability insurance prior to the event.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I bring my own alcohol?
Can I hang things from the trees and decorate the patio and deck?
Are sparklers or fireworks allowed?
Do you provide a sound system as part of the rental?
How late can music be played during the event?
How many guests can attend our rehearsal dinner?
Are candles allowed?
How many parking spaces are there?
What are the rules regarding decorations?