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9. Bridge Water Events 2651 S. Highway 146, Baytown, 281-837-6700

You have your choice of an outdoor wedding ceremony in a lovely gazebo or inside the banquet facility. Both have the Fred Hartman Bridge as a backdrop. Bridge Water is easy on the wallet. The website lists prices as $250 for the ceremony, another $2,000 for a Saturday night, $350 for a bartender and security guard and $350 for a DJ. There's also a 8.25 percent tax and 18 percent gratuity added to the total.

8. Rosemary's Garden 14639 Bellaire, 281-568-9151

Yes, the chapel is simple and cozy at Rosemary's Garden. But you don't go here for the chapel; you go here for the great ballrooms that are available for your reception. Prices are extremely reasonable and the garden setting is lovely.

Is this the swankiest site on our list? Ah, not quite. But it's also not the most expensive on our list either. For a charming chapel and reception halls marked by low-key luxury, we suggest Rosemary's Garden.

7. The Bell Tower on W. 34th 901 W. 34th St., 713-868-2355

As you might guess, prices are a little higher for the Bell Tower on W. 34th. It's a great setting and offers full service options. The setting is grand, but not extravagantly expensive. Yes, it's slightly pricier than some other sites on our list, but what can we say? When it comes to weddings, you pay for architecture as well as service. Besides, those wedding photos are going to last a lifetime, spurge a little and get something classy -- and reasonable.

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Olivia Flores Alvarez