Lovely Florida Wedding Venues

Casa Monica Hotel, St. Augustine, Florida

Casa Monica Hotel
95 Cordova Street, St. Augustine
904 827-1888

http://www.casamonica.com

Built to resemble a Spanish castle, this St. Augustine landmark dates from 1888. A luxury hotel, it features tropical gardens with ornate fountains and a range of sumptuous ballrooms. You can even celebrate your wedding out by the hotel’s romantic pool.

The Gibson Inn, Apalachicola, Florida

The Gibson Inn
51 Avenue C, Apalachicola
850 653-2191

http://gibsoninn.com/

You’ll definitely want to serve seafood at your reception at this pretty, historic inn on the Gulf of Mexico. With thirty rooms, many of the guests won’t even have to go home.

The Ribault Club, Fort George Island, Florida

The Ribault Club
11241 Fort George Road, Fort George Island
904 251-1050

www.theribaultclub.com

Brimming with 1920s elegance, this plantation-style mansion is surrounded by 100 acres of waterfront parklands and features an interior full of historic architectural details.

Turtle Beach Inn, Port St. Joe, Florida

Turtle Beach Inn
140 Painted Pony Road, Port St. Joe
850 229-9366

www.turtlebeachinn.com

This beachfront inn will organize a bonfire for your wedding of 100 or less people. So after your barefoot ceremony in the sand, you can sit around the fire and roast marshmallows for your smores wedding cake!

The Ancient Spanish Monestary, North Miami Beach, Florida

The Ancient Spanish Monastery
16711 West Dixie Highway, North Miami Beach
305 945-1461

www.spanishmonastery.com

Twelfth century cloisters dripping with Spanish moss, purchased and moved to Florida by William Randolph Hearst, this enchanting locale offers secluded banyan tree groves and medieval chapels among its host of weddings sites.

The Garden Club, Jacksonville, Florida

Garden Club of Jacksonville
1005 Riverside Avenue, Jacksonville
904 355-4224

www.gardenclubofjacksonville.com

The perfect venue for the gardening bride and groom. You can actually rent ficus and palm trees to decorate the facility’s ballroom or clubhouse.

The Ringling Museum, Sarasota, Florida

The Ringling Museum
5401 Bay Shore Road, Sarasota
941 359-5700

www.ringling.org

Your guests can peruse masterworks of European art while you have your portraits taken. The museum loggia offers a lovely place to dine and dance among replicas of Roman sculptures. Perfect for couples with a thing for the circus.

Eden Garden State Park, Santa Rosa Beach, Florida

Eden Gardens State Park
181 Eden Garden Road, Santa Rosa Beach
850 231-4214

www.floridastateparks.org

Home to the beautiful, antebellum Wesley House, this park hosts Civil War reenactments, so if you wanted to incorporate a “Gone With the Wind” theme into your special day, it wouldn’t be entirely ridiculous.

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