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Miami's Top 10 Wedding Venues

Updated: Aug 12, 2019

With so many getting engaged this season, thoughts of love began to ponder and that giddy feeling takes over the soul. Miami has many beautiful venues for weddings with a collection of stylish and sophisticated venues for any budget. Venue styles vary from romantic spots on the beach to elegant in door intimate decor under a breath taking chandelier, its all here. When it comes to beach preferred weddings its much easier plan through one of the city's many hotels, that offer wedding packages rather than gather permits and dealing the the hassle.

Outdoor wedding venues in Miami are popular and a personal fave, but you have to keep in mind the season. The gruesome hurricane season begins end of June through November, and a storm can disrupt either an indoor or outdoor wedding. It often rains during the summer or its very hot and humid, making an outdoor wedding between June and September a huge gamble with the expectancy of it all. Winter may seem like the safest bet, but you might run into a cold front in January or February. I think its safe to say creating a save the date is a pretty tough challenge, but once you execute a location it makes it that much easier. Here are some of the best Miami wedding venues, listed in no particular order. If the location made the cut trust its official!

1. Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden

The 83-acre garden in the heart of Coral Gables that is home to a number of rare tropical plants. The Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden wedding venue provides attractive indoor and outdoor spaces for both intimate and larger gatherings. Offering a dimension of beautiful venues for special events like weddings and receptions. With beautiful views of the Glade and Royal Palm Lakes that can accommodate up to 280 guests. The Bailey Palm Glade a setting dramatic entrance across a land bridge and enchanting coconut tree grove for an unforgettable time holding up to 350 guests. The Allée and Overlook caters for special daytime and evening ceremonies for up to 80 guests with stunning views of the garden's lowland areas and lakes as well as Pandanus Lake. Reception locations include the Garden House, the Lakeside Marquee, the Glasshouse Café, and the Adam R. Rose and Peter R. McQuillan Arts Center.

10901 Old Cutler Road Coral Gables, FL 33156, Phone: 305.667.1651

2. Vizcaya Museum and Gardens

Built by industrialist american businessman James Deering in the early 1900s to be his private winter home, now a historic Italian landmark and a museum. Vizcaya's majestic Main House and expansive bay front gardens offer the ideal venue for exclusive weddings accommodating up to 100 guest while the East house holds up to 300. If all you want is a smaller, simple ceremony, you can rent the venue for a daytime garden ceremony, but with no furniture and limited music.

3251 South Miami Avenue, Florida, 33129, Phone: 305.250.9133

3. Penthouse Riverside Wharf

An upscale rooftop venue in downtown Miami. The Penthouse at Riverside Wharf has spectacular 360 views of the Miami skyline and overlooking the Miami River. With indoor and outdoor capacity for over 400 people. Your guests can even come by yacht and park at the marina hows that for accommodation.

125 SW North River Dr, Miami, FL 33130 Phone: 305.400.1900

4. Perez Art Museum

The Perez Art Musem offers up the gallery and the garden to bring about the most unique weddings ever. Bayfront views, Art Deco décor, and stained glass windows are just the start. Pérez Art Museum delicately gives brides a range of options from the natural vertical gardens hanging on the al fresco terrace to a more modern setting inside the industrial inspired gallery space.

1103 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132 Phone: 305.375.3000

5. Coral Gables Country Club

The Coral Gables Country Club gives a Mediterranean style architecture with hardwood and marble flooring, 25-foot ceilings, and Austrian crystal chandeliers. Venues include the lavish Coral Grand Ballroom that holds up to 1,000 guests, the Fountain Room, Courtyard, and Merrick Rooms with three adjacent spaces that cater for up to 60 guests, and the foyer which is ideal for cocktail receptions. The Atrium Room overlooks lush gardens through floor-to-ceiling glass walls with access to the outdoor pool area and can accommodate up to 300 guests. 

997 N Greenway Dr, Miami, FL 33134, Phone: 305.392.0819

6. Curtis Mansion & Garden

Once was the home of aviator Glenn Curtiss in the early 1900s, the mansion and its grounds offer indoor, outdoor, and courtyard venues, for both intimate gatherings and larger ones. The centerpiece of the property is a glorious 15,000-square-foot mansion with a lush gardens and landscape surround the mansion.

500 Deer Run, Miami Springs, FL 33166, Phone: 305.869.5180

7. Ancient Spanish Monastery

The Ancient Spanish Monastery, is a medieval Spanish monastery one of the oldest buildings in the western offers a variety of beautiful settings for the most sacred of celebrations. There are three different chapels (the Main Chapel, the Chapter House, and the French Altar). not forgetting the five beautifully themed gardens for ceremonies, and traditional cloisters for receptions. The five outdoor spaces and gardens can accommodate up to 300 guests and include the Banyan Tree, the Loggia, the Prayer Well, St. John Garden, and Saviour Garden. 

16711 West Dixie Highway, North Miami Beach, FL 33160, Phone: 305.945.1461

8. Four Seasons Hotel

The Four Seasons Hotel Miami offers custom designed wedding packages that include professional wedding specialists to take care of every detail, along with a variety of services such as a bridal room for day-use on the wedding day, a specialty suite for the bride and groom on the eve of the marriage, and a complimentary guest room for parents of the bride. Venues at the hotel include a stage and dance floor, tailor-made décor, votive candles for cocktail tables, cocktail stations and bars.

1435 Brickell Avenue, Miami, FL 33131, Phone: 305.358.3535

9. The Bath Club

Built in the early 1900s by architect Robert A. Taylor, The Bath Club is a beautifully restored and preserved social club that has a uniquely historical architecture combined with modern amenities to present an exclusive venue grand. The Bath Club is somewhat compared to hotels with over 26,000 square feet of event space that include diffrent types of rooms for every type of event. Venues include a beautiful courtyard for ceremonies or welcome receptions, the Billiard Room, a magnificent ballroom, and a lounge, which can be used as a dining and dancing space.

5937 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, FL 33140, Phone: 305.867.5938

10. The Ritz- Carlton Coconut Grove

The Ritz-Carlton Coconut Grove, Miami is a chic, urban escape that caters for stylish weddings, and intimate ceremonies. The hotel flows with a variety of beautiful indoor and outdoor venues, from a terra cotta terrace surrounded by lush tropical foliage to an elegant ballroom for lavish gala dinners and receptions. Spectacular sites include the 5,194-square-foot Ritz-Carlton with silk wall-coverings and grand chandeliers, the 2,750-square-foot Piazza San Marco, with it's elegant outdoor villa-style setting, and the 2,800-square-foot open-air enclave of the stone and terra cotta Botticelli Terrace. The hotel also offers a vast number of wedding packages that will blow u away.

3300 Southwest 27th Avenue, Miami, FL 33133, Phone: 305.644.4680


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