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The Little Chapel-in-the-Woods
Designed by architect O'Neil Ford the Little Chapel-in-the-Woods is designated one of Texas' 20 most outstanding architectural achievements by the Texas Society of Architects. The students and faculty of Texas Woman's University actively participated in both raising the funds for and designing all the artwork in the Chapel. Throughout 1938 and 1939, more than 300 TWU students and faculty members built components of the Chapel. The Chapel seats 110 persons, including seating in the balcony.
Little Chapel floor plan
Chapel tour brochure
The Wedding Tradition
The first wedding in the Chapel took place in September of 1939, a full month before First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt dedicated the Little Chapel on November 1, 1939. The historic "TWU Bride's Book" lists many of the weddings that were held in the Chapel over the years. When you select the Chapel for your wedding, you are not only choosing a beautiful place but also becoming part of a rich tradition.
The Chapel is an extraordinary value at only $650 on weekends and holidays, which includes a one-hour rehearsal and a two-hour ceremony time slot. The Chapel is also available for $300 Monday through Thursday. It is not necessary to book Hubbard Hall for your reception in order to have your ceremony in the Little Chapel-in-the-Woods; however, since we do all the work for you, you may find our wedding packages to be too good to pass up! Please note availability is limited on major holidays.
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