Fort Worth, Texas has many beautiful places to hold your wedding event. The Marquis On Magnolia, the downtown YWCA, and the Ashton Hotel are all great. But the past two weeks in a row, I have found myself at one of my favorite places – Belltower Chapel & Garden located at 3712 Wichita Street.
There are many things to like about Belltower. For one thing, it is one of very few places to have a “church” wedding on a Sunday. The vintage architecture has been gorgeously restored, and the stained glass is fantabulous! It is conveniently located off of I-20 and there is excellent security and parking. You can have indoor or outdoor events. The staff is super-friendly and really care about their brides & grooms. I could go on and on…
So, sure the place is unique, clean and beautiful. But what really sets the place apart is the reason they are in business. This facility is in business, not to make money from brides on their wedding day, but to help children and needy families through a charitable non-profit called ACH. Here is a quote from their website:
ACH is a nonprofit organization that has been protecting children and preserving families in Tarrant County since 1915. ACH operates a variety of both residential and outreach programs designed to protect children from child abuse, neglect and family separation, or help them heal from these tragedies when they do happen. Each year, ACH reaches more than 3,100 children and families through direct program enrollment and touches the lives of 8,000 more through vital safety outreach and education programming. ACH serves nine North Texas counties, with primary operations based in Fort Worth.
The giving heart and spirit of this organization is exemplified by the caring staff at Belltower. Their staff is filled with certified wedding planners who give expert recommendations for outside vendors. They screen their recommended vendor list to make sure you are going to get the best-of-the-best.
It should be noted that not every wedding disc jockey carries the type of liability insurance that Bell Tower requires (I do!), so always check with your vendors to make sure that they are able to meet the requirements needed to serve you at this facility.
For more information about Belltower Chapel and Garden, contact Wendy Abrams by email or call 682-432-1140. You will love it!