Browsing wedding venues is among the very first steps of planning your big day. But with so many wedding venues to choose from, how do you find The One? First, consider the style of venue you’d like: Garden or beach? Ballroom or barn? Then, read reviews of wedding venues in your desired city and select a few to tour in person. Happy venue hunting!
Whether you are looking for the perfect event space or just the perfect dining option to compliment your chosen venue, POGO's Kitchen welcomes the opportunity to host your special event. We feature a full medley of hand-crafted modern cuisine, artisan cocktails, and extensive wine selections. Our... (Wedding Venues Florida)
Banyan Estate is a remarkable property that makes your wedding unique and personal. Eclectic spaces artfully blend the spirit of the past to the sensibility of the present. Never flashy, but unexpected and beautiful. We host elegant celebrations for couples in the Central Florida region. This hidden... (Wedding Venues Florida)
Perfect weddings at gorgeous Villa Toscana Miami. We Make it our personal mission to help you create the perfect magical wedding of your dreams! Our guests say our venue looks better in person than the photos. So, what we do in a nutshell? We bring passion, fun, and love into your wedding... (Wedding Venues Florida)
The Mann Manor is an elegant wedding venue located in Bartow, Florida. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this property is ideal for couples who wish to marry in a delightfully vintage setting. This renovated venue is replete with details that pay homage to its refined past, such as... (Wedding Venues Florida)
Estate on the Halifax is a 10-acre property and wedding venue located in Port Orange, Florida. Its versatile event spaces are set amongst exquisite landscaping that provides an escape from the hurried bustle of everyday life. The tranquil grounds, idyllic water features, and sophisticated spaces... (Wedding Venues Florida)
Channel Side is a boutique waterfront wedding venue located in Palm Coast, Florida, just outside of Orlando. Nestled on a four-acre estate with water on every side, this property offers a fairytale-worthy setting for your special day. Ceremonies and receptions can be held here, along with... (Wedding Venues Florida)
Welcome to Simpson Lakes! We are a brand new venue located in Dade City, Florida. We have the unique location of being right between Tampa, Orlando, and Ocala, which makes us a great choice for couples all over the state! Our venue sits on 150 acres of land that includes gorgous oaks, beautiful... (Wedding Venues Florida)
Located in Daytona Beach, Florida, The Plaza Resort & Spa is a stylish wedding venue. Offering beachfront celebrations, this property sits on Daytona Beach and overlooks the pristine beaches and crystal waters. Ceremonies and receptions can both be hosted here, with a team of event professionals... (Wedding Venues Florida)
Royal Palm Estate is an unique waterfront wedding venue located in Miami, Florida. Located in Cutler Bay, off of Old Cutler, this venue offers 44 acres of seclusion and natural beauty. As a private venue, couples will have access to the entire estate for their wedding. Royal Palm Island is the... (Wedding Venues Florida)
The Milano Room is an elegant wedding venue located in St. Augustine, Florida. This venue is located just a few steps from St. Augustine Beach and is ideal if you desire a beachfront wedding with the option for a classy reception space afterwards. The Lighthouse and San Marco Fort are also just a... (Wedding Venues Florida)
Largo Resort is a resort wedding venue located in Key Largo, Florida. This venue can best be described as a haven because it provides a getaway location for you and your wedding party to share in the momentous day without any other guests on property besides the ones you bring with you. Facilities... (Wedding Venues Florida)
French Inspired. Southern Influenced. Locally Driven. With a maximum 40 guests for a seated dinner, we have available dates for your wedding reception, rehearsal dinner, shower or any social event at Restaurant Orsay! Let us delight your guests with signature cocktails and a customized menu to... (Wedding Venues Florida)
Sunset Groves is a farm wedding venue located in Miami, Florida. This working farm is surrounded by gorgeous rolling hills and a plethora of tropical trees growing delicious avocados, mangos, mamey, and more. This eight-acre farm has been under the guidance and care of the Acosta family since 1993.... (Wedding Venues Florida)
Cedar House Inn Victorian Bed & Breakfast is a historic wedding venue located in Saint Augustine, Florida. This eight-bedroom guest house, which was built in 1893, is located in the center of the historic district on a quiet tree-lined street. The owners would love to assist you in planning your... (Wedding Venues Florida)
The Duval Ballroom at the Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Clearwater Beach is the only waterfront wedding venue located directly on Clearwater Beach, Florida. The hotel is situated on the Gulf of Mexico, where you can enjoy breathtaking sunsets and dolphin sightings. From professional event planners to... (Wedding Venues Florida)
Seaspice Brasserie and Lounge is a restaurant wedding venue located in Miami, Florida. Lending a touch of cosmopolitan charm to Downtown Magic City, this waterfront eatery offers a selection of stylish event spaces and an eclectic food menu. Now a thriving restaurant that attracts couples and... (Wedding Venues Florida)
International Polo Club Palm Beach is a full-service wedding and reception venue located in Wellington, Florida, in beautiful Palm Beach County. A truly remarkable venue, offering panoramic and picturesque views of our Polo grounds and stunning natural surrounding. Our rustic-chic Pavilion offering... (Wedding Venues Florida)
The Crown Hall is an upscale wedding venue in Mobile, Alabama. Combining effortless style with extensive facilities, it offers a stage on which to celebrate fir for a king. The venue was designed with events in mind and features everything a couple could need whether they are celebrating a grand... (Wedding Venues Florida)
South Seas Island Resort in Captiva, Florida is a wedding venue overlooking crystal clear waters and a beautiful beach. Couples are invited to assemble their close friends and family to celebrate with sun, surf, and exceptional service from the resort’s dedicated staff members. Famed for its... (Wedding Venues Florida)
Sun, sand, and gently waving palm trees – Florida is an oceanfront paradise, which is probably why you will find transplants living there from almost every state. From the relaxed vibe of the Florida Keys, to the saucy city of Miami, there’s a flavor for everyone in the Sunshine State.
Every year, families from across the world make a pilgrimage to Orlando to visit Disney World or some of Florida’s other popular attractions, including Universal Studios and SeaWorld. Florida natives, however, know that their state is more than its most famous retreats. Floridians appreciate the hidden pockets of Florida, such as the immense Everglades or the charming northern cities of St. Augustine and Gainesville. Florida can give you exactly the experience you want, whether that means long drives past endless orange groves or dancing all night at Miami’s coolest new club.
Florida is such a large and diverse state that when it comes to finding a wedding venue in Florida, you might want to start by narrowing down your search to the Panhandle, North Florida, Central Florida, or South Florida.
After selecting your region, start thinking about what type of venue you’d like to book for your special day. Florida is a big hospitality state which means you have tons of hotels to choose from, including world-class, beachfront resorts.
Have a different type of venue in mind? You won’t have to search far to find it. Florida is filled with elegant manor homes, refined country clubs, and trendy restaurants, all ready to make your big day unforgettable. Looking for a country wedding? Florida has plenty of barns for that perfect country wedding. Just make sure you define your wedding budget before you get too deep into your venue search. Cities like Miami, Orlando, and Tampa tend to be pricey.
As hard as it may be, eventually you’ll need to narrow your Florida wedding venue list to a few top contenders. Next, it’s time to schedule a venue tour. This is your chance to see the venue up close and to meet the venue coordinator. During the meeting, you’ll want to confirm all the major details, like the cost of the venue, the available dates, and the venue’s capacity. Next, ask about wedding packages and their policy regarding vendors. If you already have a photographer or DJ in mind, you need to know if your venue will allow them or if you’ll have to choose from a pre-approved vendor list. It also helps to ask for a sample contract and to double check that your venue has a plan in case the weather doesn’t cooperate on your special day. After all, the weather in Florida can be fickle.