The 10 Best South Florida Wedding Venues in 2021

The results are in for the best South Florida wedding venues in 2021 and we are excited to share them with you. From yachts and waterfront wedding venues to nature preserves and private mansions, here are the top South Florida wedding venues based on the amount of inquiries each received in 2021.

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Bonnet House Museum & Gardens

Imagine hosting your wedding on a tropical oasis where elegant swans glide on a lily pond and guests gather in the garden courtyard under the veranda.

You will find this home to Bonnet House Museum & Gardens where the experience will sweep you off your feet and into a tranquil atmosphere of a bygone era.

And if that’s not exciting enough, the natural barrier island is situated between the Atlantic Ocean and Intracoastal Waterway.

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Villa Woodbine

Located in Coconut Grove, Villa Woodbine is a private mansion wedding venue reflecting a 1920s Mediterranean Renaissance open-air design. Villa Woodbine will transport you to a dreamy atmosphere of Spanish arches, colorful Havana tile, large loggias, and a magical garden setting perfect for dining outdoors under starlight and the warm glow of twinkling bulbs.

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Hacienda de las Palmas

Perhaps you prefer a villa? Hacienda de las Palmas in Pompano Beach is just the place, located on an 8-acre estate–an elegant South Florida wedding venue. Say “I Do” beside a pond complete with a pair of swans.

Celebrate poolside or enjoy cocktails on the terrace. Indoors or outside, Hacienda de Las Palmas offers a lot of options to choose from.

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Sunset Cove

Dreaming of a waterfront wedding venue in Miami? Sunset Cove is just the spot with views of both the Biscayne Bay, gardens and city skyline.

Imagine your guests entering through an exclusive private dock. With a raised stage and two cocktail areas, Sunset Cove has it all for your special day.

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Penthouse at Riverside Wharf

Take your wedding to new heights with a rooftop reception at Penthouse at Riverside Wharf. It offers captivating panoramic views of the Miami skyline and river.

Inside, it is spacious with 11,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor event space with floor-to-ceiling windows that showcase incredible views.

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SeaFair Miami

SeaFair Miami is not just a yacht but it’s the world’s first mega yacht. In fact, SeaFair Miami is the fourth largest private yacht in the United States, reaching 228 feet long and 57 feet above the water.

Located on the Intracoastal Waterway, SeaFair Miami features four decks with 20,000 square feet of sophisticated event space with docks in multiple locations from Miami to Palm Beach.

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Secret Gardens Miami

Secret Gardens is located on 2.5 tropical acres in Miami featuring natural coral rocks and foliage natural to the land. You will encounter waterfalls and lagoons, ponds, bridges and archways; each providing a breathtaking backdrop to your milestone event.

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Patch of Heaven Sanctuary

Patch of Heaven Sanctuary is a unique Miami-Dade County wedding venue with nine one-of-a-kind event spaces located on a 20-acre protected forest.

It features all you may have dreamed of: tropical gardens, grand vistas, koi ponds, Asian-inspired architecture, Zen garden, stables with Friesian horses and historic landmarks. There is even a barn reflecting classic hacienda design.

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Miami Beach Botanical Garden

Miami Beach Botanical Garden is 2.5 acres of palms, orchids, Japanese gardens, water features and a variety of flowering plants and trees in Miami Beach’s Art Deco district.
From the Garden, the Great Lawn with a patio overlooking the koi pond, to the Banyan Room and Terrace, Miami Beach Botanical Garden offers unique indoor, outdoor and mixed event spaces to create lasting memories.

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Woman’s Club of Coconut Grove

Located in Coconut Grove, the Woman’s Club is a historic building dating to 1891 situated among grand oak trees. Inside, original pine floors, an open beam cathedral ceiling and vintage stone fireplace add an inviting atmosphere to dine, dance and celebrate.