Our Wedding Services
Villagio Resorts is the very first resort of its kind in Dallas TX, Arlington TX, Forth Worth TX & the entire surrounding area. If you are planning a wedding or other extravagant event, there’s no need to schedule a dozen different appointments around town. Villagio Resorts offers services provided by top-rated vendors, so you only have three meetings totaling seven hours so that you get the assistance you need when planning your wedding ceremony without the stress of a million appointments! Imagine only need seven hours to plan your dream wedding!
Villagio Resorts has everything you need for your wedding ceremony & reception—from food and décor, to beautiful reception and wedding ceremony locations. Call Villagio Resorts for the best wedding services in Fort Worth, TX!
When you arrive at the Villagio, our team of attendants will assist you from the moment you arrive to the moment you check in to your suite.
A bridal party luncheon or breakfast is provided for up to 20 members. Arrive, relax, and enjoy with Villagio hospitality.
Our Villagio chefs will please any palate. Select from a wide variety of French, American, Italian, and Mexican options, or create a variety of your own.
Beverage & Bar
Great entertainment is always thirsty! Enjoy our in-house bartending and general beverage service. Add espresso, Italian sodas, and more.
Dazzle your taste buds with a variety of flavors, fillings, and frostings. Choose from cake pops, a dessert bar, wedding cake, gelato, and more.
Each package provides expert service and hospitality throughout the day: wait staff, valets, personal waiters, private butlers, and coordinators.
A county officer is provided with any bar service. Ensuring your family and guests are safe and your belongings are secure is top priority.
Horse & Carriage
Make a stylish entrance into your ceremony in a horse-drawn carriage. The memories and pictures alone are worth every moment.
Setup & Cleanup
Inclusive with every event is complete setup and cleanup of the wedding. You don’t need to lift a finger the entire day—and that’s how it should be.