"Butler’s Courtyard: Sisters carry on family legacy at historic wedding venue"
"Butler’s Courtyard opened as a bank in 1909, but today the wedding venue stores treasures of a different kind. A year ago owners Nancy and Ronnie Richards passed the building’s rich history onto their daughters, Amber Murphy and Shawna Erminger. “We always knew it would be in our future,” Erminger said. “We invested as much time, love, sweat and tears as we could.”
Today, Butler’s Courtyard is an entire block made to host special events such as receptions, corporate gatherings and, of course, weddings...."
"Ivory & Blush Vintage Haute Flowers Wedding"
"'The exposed brick, chandeliers and vintage mirrors on site were perfect for that antique vibe I was looking for,' say the bride. And Jaclyn absolutely glowed in her diaphanous Maggie Sottero gown. Following a sweet ceremony, 100 close friends and family joined the new Mr. and Mrs. for a charming tented garden reception..."Read More
"Country Shabby Chic Wedding"
"I love it when a bride mixes a few different wedding styles together and this wedding is the perfect blend of rustic chic and shabby chic. Taking place at a Texas wedding venue this wedding showcases some amazing decorations and the perfect pairing of pink and mint green together. From the photographer: Jenna and Joe had a sweet, intimate wedding at Butler’s Courtyard in League City, Tx. "Read More
"Butler's Courtyard expands, 6th Street lures another venue; Costco prepares to open"
"Factory facts: A popular League City wedding and events venue has said “I do” to a second historic building. Butler’s Courtyard, which has long operated from a historic building at 122 N. Michigan Ave., has expanded with a second venue in The Old Fig Factory building, 495 Coryell, owner Amber Richards Murphy reports. The new venue, Events at The Old Fig Factory, opened earlier this month...."Read More