Although Florida weddings have a reputation for being opulent and expensive, inexpensive Orlando wedding venues do exist, and they don’t skimp on character or style. Before you start to shop for Orlando wedding venues, though, you absolutely should have a budget. (Run the numbers here!) This will be important since your venue and related expenses like catering will account for about half of your total budget.
Inexpensive wedding venues in Orlando are those that are below average for the region. According to the WeddingWire Cost Guide, most Orlando couples spend between $2,400 and $7,000 on their venues with $4,000 being average. The venues we’ve listed have rental fees below this point.
Scroll down for inexpensive Orlando wedding venues that are as stunning as they are affordable.
Winter Park Farmers Market
Open and spacious, Winter Park Farmers Market is a couples favorite among inexpensive Orlando wedding venues. This garden venue includes both indoor and outdoor space with a full building rental fee of $1,700 on the weekends. This fee includes tables and chairs and the use of a prep kitchen for catering. The market, located just outside of Orlando, FL in Winter Park, is a former train depot with 2,800 square feet of space and rustic vintage accents like the original wood sliding doors and exposed brick walls. Outdoor receptions can be accommodated on the parking lot with a tent, or smaller groups can take the outdoor patio. This venue accommodates up to 140 seated guests.
Couples who want to infuse their celebrations with a little rustic, country flair should definitely look into Isola Farms. One of the most spacious inexpensive Orlando wedding venues, this farm is nestled due west of Orlando on 120 acres of tree-lined pastures. Scenic photo ops abound with beneath the mature oaks, near the bales of hay and in front of the barn or log home. With site fees starting at $3,000, Isola Farms is an affordable option for Orlando weddings. This event venue features your choice of two outdoor ceremony sites along with a manicured lawn area for cocktail hour and a 3,500-square-foot open-air barn for receptions.
Rosen Shingle Creek
If you fancy the best of two worlds — a waterfront wedding ceremony and a lux ballroom reception — Rosen Shingle Creek is a stunning option. This luxury venue on Universal Boulevard is one of the inexpensive Orlando wedding venues available to Central Florida couples. Both ceremony and reception site fees start at $2,700 for access to 255 acres of lush and well-kept grounds with a stunning outdoor ceremony site. Indoors, Rosen Shingle boasts the only two-story ballroom in the city. The expansive ballroom features a large, domed ceiling, ornate wall moldings and plenty of windows for natural light or moonlight to filter through.
The Club at Bella Collina
Modeled after the Tuscan countryside, The Club at Bella Collina is a popular choice for couples searching for inexpensive Orlando wedding venues and outdoor venues (https://www.weddingwire.com/wedding-ideas/orlando-outdoor-wedding-venues). Both local Floridians and those searching from afar for a destination wedding love this unique location in Monteverde. Peak season reception site fees are $3,500, making it just below average for Orlando weddings. This estate is spread over 2,000 acres of lush, lakeside property that’s also home to plenty of mature oak trees. Ceremonies are typically held overlooking Lake Siena and Lake Apopka on The Grand Lawn while reception sites include the Atrium, Formal Ballroom, and Bell Tower. This venue is able to accommodate up to 250 wedding guests, and is equipped to host various cultural and religious wedding specifications, including horses and open fires for Indian weddings (https://www.weddingwire.com/wedding-ideas/indian-wedding-glossary)
The Courtyard at Lake Lucerne
With ceremony fees starting at $500 and reception site fees starting at $1,000 year round, The Courtyard at Lake Lucerne is one of the most inexpensive Orlando wedding venues. It’s also just outside of downtown Orlando, so it’s convenient to the entire city and surrounding areas. The Courtyard is a historic bed and breakfast with both an indoor and outdoor event spaces including The Dr. Phillips House, which is a towering Victorian structure surrounded by vegetation of all kinds. There’s also a smaller option, The I. W. Phillips House, for indoor events. Ceremonies are typically held in the white gazebo under the watchful eye of dozens of varieties of tropical plants with guests seated in bright red chairs for a full-on Caribbean vibe. This venue accommodates up to 200 guests.