See the Stunning Historic Home and Gardens Where Chip and Joanna Gaines Got Married
Wedding packages start at only $3,000!
Ever wonder where the King and Queen of HGTV tied the knot? Turns out the First Couple of Waco said "I do" in their adopted hometown, celebrating their wedding at theTexas town's Earle Harrison House & Pape Gardens. As Wide Open Country reported, "[Chip and Joanna] were married at the historic Earle-Harrison House & Pape Gardens, a breathtaking Greek Revival style venue originally built in 1858."
As described on the venue's website, "Completed in 1858 for Dr. Baylis Wood Earle, wife, Eliza Harrison Earle and family, this side-entry Greek Revival style home is Waco's only restored antebellum building. With nine cypress columns and longleaf heart pine exterior sheathing, the 5,000 square foot structure has fourteen foot first-floor ceilings, walkthrough windows onto verandas, and spacious rooms." It also features a sampling of Victorian furnishings and historic decor pieces from Waco residents, and relatives of the Earle and Harrison families.
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With wedding package rentals starting at $3,000 and accomodations for up to 200 wedding guests, the Earle-Harrison House isn't as expensive as you'd imagine for a classic Southern wedding in a picturesque setting like this one.
Fixer Upper super fans planning on tying the knot anytime soon, scroll through the following pictures at your own risk.
For more on Chip and Jo, check out five old-fashioned traditions the Gaineses live by.