Learn about El Paso
With its spiky desert palms and arid climate, this Texan city has been influenced by various cultures over the years and still retains a strong sense of its Mestizo heritage. Its architecture tells the story of Spanish colonization and the ensuing Mexican revolution with well-preserved adobe buildings that offer unique spots for a picturesque wedding. Guests coming from other areas of the world will enjoy the cultural adventure that El Paso has to offer, as well as its proximity to the expansive Big Bend National Park, which is only a few hour’s drive away. Of course, they’ll also enjoy trying the cuisine that characterizes the region and its hispanic influence, with its flavors of hot peppers, fresh corn, and hibiscus. Despite its rugged, desert atmosphere, this city also contains many lush green spaces, with the El Paso Municipal Rose garden offering a romantic scene for a wedding, and the Keystone Heritage park just a stone’s throw away.