As I continue my posts on wedding venues, here is another Galveston wedding venue for you to check out. So while shooting another vintage wedding in Galveston, Texas (yes I love shooting weddings on Galveston Island!), I had the pleasure of shooting at the Lasker Inn. Similar to Menard Hall, this Galveston wedding venue is nicely decorated and perfect for the smaller, more intimate gatherings. The rooms at the Lasker Inn are well lit and very comfortable (Summer in Texas, we need AC!). There is a room set up just for the ceremony and the other spacious rooms work well for the reception giving the guest walking space, but keeping them close enough to be social. The owners of the Lasker Inn are great people, very friendly and attended to the needs of the wedding guests without hesitation!
Here is some information from the Inn web site:
What began as a beautiful home built by Mr. McLemore in 1870 progressed to become a Home for Homeless Children after the Great 1900 Storm when Morris Lasker donated the home for that purpose. Children roamed the halls from 1900-1990. The home then became home to Heritage Christian academy and later an elegant event venue. The Lasker sat vacant for 4 years after Hurricane Ike until Richard and Linda Denson purchased the home and underwent renovations to restore it back to it’s beauty and glory and on to share it with others as a Bed & Breakfast and event venue.
The areas around the Inn can also be used for great bridal portraits!
The wedding ceremony location complete with arch and chairs for the wedding guests.
So if you are looking for a wedding venue in Galveston, Texas, you can contact the Lasker Inn