Say i do with a view
Diamond H3 Ranch is a rustic elegance wedding venue with a brand new open-air chapel! Reigned in Weatherford, Texas, located just an hour from downtown Dallas, features an alluring banquet hall that lies in the middle of striking backdrops for any special occasion – hosting a true custom Texas experience. Sitting upon the rolling Parker County Hills, we offer an amazing view of those stunning Texas sunsets! With several ceremony options, the barn overlooks an expansive 100-acre ranch. We have an indoor option as well as an outdoor option and we are excited to announce our newest addition--- An open-air chapel! Sitting upon the hills, our new Chapel offers the open-air feel with stunning view
The venue offers a charming climate-controlled cedar barn, with modern amenities, with available bridal suite, stunning tin cathedral style ceilings embracing two large chandeliers in the main hall, and sunsets peeking through the windows above.
The venue opened March 2015, aesthetically focusing on cedar siding, authentic
beetle kill pine - hauled in from the Colorado National Forest and placed on the
interior walls throughout, and the rolling Texas landscape surrounds the venue as well as our handcrafted waterfall that runs alongside both outdoor ceremony options.
Meet the owners
Built five years ago by Jeff Hodge, Diamond H3 Ranch offers an elegant, rustic setting in a beautiful climate-controlled cedar barn with a hilltop view meant to be viewed in every season. The Hodge family has owned the land for over 15 years and loves sharing their little slice of Heaven with their clients. Spencer Hodge, venue manager for Diamond H3, grew up on the land that the venue is built on, which makes it even more special to her when she is showing clients around the rustic barn with the gorgeous views. She is a full-time student at Tarleton State University, studying communications + event management.
The barn sits on 100 acres of scenic Parker County hills and was built out of authentic beetle-kill pine – which is on the interior and exterior of the building --that was hauled in from the Colorado National Forest.
“We chose to build the venue on this spot of our land because of the amazing view that our clients would have” Hodge explains. “Everyone that comes to visit our venue raves about our wonderful sunsets. The view is breathtaking.”