Dec. 6 (UPI) -- The Texas Renaissance Festival announced the recently-ended season saw the event host a record 63 weddings.
The festival, which ran from Sept. 29 through Nov. 25, released a report on its 2017 season that revealed the session had the second-largest attendance in its history, with nearly 645,000 visitors.
There was one record set this year, however, when the RenFest hosted a total 63 weddings, along with five marriage proposals.
The festival offers numerous wedding packages for couples seeking to tie the knot in an old-time fashion. The packages range in price from $1,500 to a $7,500 "royal celebration."
The Texas Renaissance Festival returns in September 2018.