The 25 Dreamiest Miami Wedding Venues for Your Big Day

Palm trees and 80 degrees await you at these South Florida wedding venues.
Hannah Nowack The Knot Senior Weddings Editor
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Hannah Nowack
Hannah Nowack The Knot Senior Weddings Editor
Hannah Nowack
Senior Editor
  • Hannah writes and edits articles for The Knot Worldwide, with a focus on real wedding coverage.
  • Hannah has a passion for DE&I and plays an integral role in ensuring The Knot content highlights all voices and all love stories.
  • Prior to The Knot Worldwide, Hannah was the Social Media Editor at Martha Stewart Weddings.
Updated Jun 06, 2023

Still looking through Miami wedding venues for your dream South Florida wedding? We've got you covered. In this list of the best Miami wedding venues, we've selected only the finest indoor and outdoor wedding reception venues for your big day. Whether you're looking for the perfect location on the beach, want to wed in a remote nature-filled location, or prefer to have a fancy wedding in the city, you'll surely find a Miami, Florida, wedding venue that suits your preferences. When browsing through these event venues, you'll find world-class locations that each have their own unique amenities, services, and offerings. From luxury wedding venues in Miami to small and affordable wedding venues in Miami, we've gathered the best wedding venues in Miami for every couple and every style.

What are you waiting for? Start reading through—and we feel confident you'll find the perfect place to host the wedding of your dreams. While we've curated our favorite Miami wedding venues below, you can find even more Florida venues for everything from your wedding shower to rehearsal dinner on The Knot Marketplace.

Mayfair House Hotel & Garden in Miami, Florida

The Mayfair House Hotel & Garden in Miami, Florida, gives you the best of both worlds—the feeling of tying the knot at a botanic garden wedding venue or in a greenhouse, but with the luxe amenities of a full-service hotel. Plus, you benefit from close proximity to the beach, without having to worry about the sand and sun involved with a beach wedding. In short, the hotel (whose amenities include a rooftop pool, bikes to borrow and welcome beverages upon arrival) is a dream for couples tying the knot in South Florida who love plants. The property offers indoor and outdoor space to seamlessly weave together an unforgettable experience for couples amid their 8,500 square feet of meeting space (with a max capacity of 350).

Hacienda Los Robles B&B in Miami, Florida

For a charming wedding in the Redlands, an agriculturally rich land near Miami, consider the Hacienda Los Robles B&B. Onsite, you'll find an air-conditioned 4,200 square-foot Cypress Barn, a state-licensed bed and breakfast, and more than 400 mature lychee, Longan trees, and endless greenery. It's truly a nature-filled property. Another fun part of this venue is that there are vintage cars available, so couples can choose to ride in style to the ceremony site at the private orchard. When booking this venue, you can choose between the all-inclusive package, which includes a day-of wedding coordinator and special services, or you can simply go with the venue-only package. As for your guest list, this event space can accommodate up to 300 guests during your special day.

Faena Hotel Miami Beach in Miami, Florida

If you're hosting a destination wedding in Miami, the Faena Hotel Miami Beach is a must-see venue. Not only will your friends and family get to stay onsite, but you'll also get to experience all that this beachfront hotel has to offer. With old-world grandeur and Art Deco decor, the interior of this hotel is reminiscent of Miami's golden age of glamour. Onsite, there are two award-winning restaurants, a South American-inspired spa, numerous bars and lounges, a theater, and 100,000 square feet of breathtaking beachfront. When hosting your wedding at the Faena Hotel, you don't have to do the planning alone. The venue's Events and Catering teams will help you to coordinate your big day from start to finish and can accommodate up to 1,000 guests.

DoubleTree by Hilton Miami Airport Convention Center in Miami, Florida

Located in the heart of Miami, the DoubleTree by Hilton Miami Airport Convention Center offers a conveniently located venue to host your special event. Onsite, you'll find an outdoor poolside ceremony site and multiple modern reception areas. You'll also have access to flexible wedding packages—and you'll get to work alongside the venue's team of wedding planning professionals. If you have guests coming from out of town, this venue offers a free shuttle to and from Miami International Airport. And speaking of guests, this event center can accommodate up to 2,000 guests, but if you want to host a more intimate wedding, smaller parties are welcome, too.

Loews Miami Beach Hotel in Miami, Florida

At Loews Miami Beach Hotel, you'll get to say "I do" in true fairytale fashion. This event space is located on the beach—and you can host everything from your rehearsal dinner to the welcome reception onsite. Should you decide to tie the knot outdoors, you'll have access to the St. Moritz Lawn. And as for the indoor locations, there's the Americana Ballroom, which has floor-to-ceiling windows with views that look out over the ocean. Prior to your wedding day, you'll get to meet with the venue's catering team to customize your menu. You'll also work alongside a wedding planner, who will refer vendors and help you to plan the day from start to finish. Loews Miami Beach Hotel can accommodate 300+ guests on your big day.

The Cruz Building, Coconut Grove in Miami, Florida

For an extra glamourous venue that feels palace-like, consider the Cruz Building, Coconut Grove. Inside, you'll find three levels of distinct event spaces, each with its own look and feel. To add to the ambiance, there are soaring atrium ceilings, colorful stained-glass windows, and majestic marble staircases. Onsite, there's also an indoor courtyard with a 28-foot atrium ceiling, as well as, open-air courtyards and a terrace. With all of these spaces available, you can split your time celebrating indoors and outdoors. The indoor ballroom is ideal for seated receptions of up to 250 people. When getting ready for your big day, you'll have access to a private luxury bridal suite, complete with a private bathroom and shower. From start to finish, the Cruz Building staff will make sure your wedding feels like a magical, one-of-a-kind experience.

Find your kind of venue

From barns to ballrooms, discover reception venues that feel like you.

The Palms Hotel & Spa in Miami Beach, Florida

Want to host your wedding at an award-winning independent Florida beach resort? Then, you have to see the Palms Hotel & Spa, located at the northern end of the South Beach entertainment district. With expansive tropical gardens, a relaxing pool area, and convenient beach access, the Palms Hotel & Spa is a venue your wedding guests will be excited to visit. At this event space, you'll be able to exchange vows directly on the beach with the option to host your reception in either of the onsite elegant ballrooms. For your convenience, you can also have your hair and makeup done onsite at the Palms AVEDA Spa, so no need to hire out cosmetologists. As for your guest list, this venue can accommodate up to 220 guests.

Unique Palms in Miami, Florida

Every part of your wedding day will flow seamlessly at the Unique Palms, an all-inclusive venue located on a beautiful five-acre property. At this event space, you'll get to host a five-hour event, starting with a romantic outdoor ceremony, then a lovely post-ceremony cocktail hour, and a grand reception in the 5,300-square-foot reception hall, which can seat up to 270 guests. The team at Unique Palms prides itself on helping you to plan every detail of your big day. You'll get everything you need to host a grand affair with the venue's wedding package offerings—and you'll also get to work with a day-of wedding coordinator, who will make sure the entire day goes as planned.

The Vintage Venue in Miami, Florida

For a South Florida venue with a rustic, country vibe, consider the Vintage Venue. Located on four acres of land—surrounded by mango trees, avocado trees, and other tropical plants—this stunning event space is perfect for small or large weddings. Outside, you'll find the ceremony and cocktail area, which are furnished with wooden pews, barrels, and twinkling lights around the perimeter. Then, there's the gorgeous indoor farmhouse, which can accommodate up to 200 guests—and even has bridal suites so that you and your bride or groom can get ready before the day kicks off. Choose the Vintage Venue for your special event—and you'll get to have a romantic, down-to-earth wedding in a unique space that's perfect for hosting.

Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay in Miami, Florida

Located directly on the coast in Miami Florida is the dreamy Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay hotel—the perfect place to host a dreamy beach wedding. On your big day, you'll have access to an outdoor space, where you can exchange vows near the waterfront with ocean views. But if you don't want to tie the knot outside, there are several other event spaces inside this contemporary venue that will work perfectly. For one, there's the brand new Grand Ballroom with space for up to 1,300 guests. Or, if you're hosting a smaller wedding, consider the Bayview Ballroom, which is more modest with 2,500 square feet of space. Even though its more modest in size, it still features expansive windows and breathtaking views of the harbor.

The Ancient Spanish Monastery in North Miami Beach, Florida

Walk the sunlit gardens at The Ancient Spanish Monastery in North Miami Beach, Florida
Photo: The Ancient Spanish Monastery in North Miami Beach, Florida

The Ancient Spanish Monastery, located in North Miami Beach, is a unique, historic venue that will act as the perfect backdrop for your wedding day with up to 150 guests. At this event space, you can choose to have a chapel wedding or a garden wedding—and you get to host your reception in the cloisters, which are covered passageways that surround an open courtyard. Talk about stepping through a time portal. And in case you were wondering, this venue will happily accommodate contemporary, non-denominational, inter-faith, or civil ceremonies. Take a step back in history and tie the knot at this beautiful event space—and you'll surely provide your guests with a one-of-a-kind experience.

Bonnet House Museum & Gardens in Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Located in Fort Lauderdale, just a short drive from Miami, is the Bonnet House Museum & Gardens. At this venue, you'll get to experience a gorgeous museum venue, where you can host your rehearsal dinner, wedding ceremony, and reception. What makes this venue so special is that it's located on a barrier island—with the Atlantic Ocean to the east and the Intracoastal Waterway to the west. The property, which sits on 35 acres, is perfect for smaller, more intimate weddings or larger, more upscale affairs. Originally built in 1920, Bonnet House, the onsite estate, has old-world charm and elegant architecture. Onsite, you can exchange vows in the hibiscus garden or in the veranda overlooking the water. The venue has a list of pre-approved vendors couples can work with.

The Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables, Florida

The Biltmore Hotel, located in Coral Gables, is a venue where you can host the wedding of your dreams. This space is the epitome of elegance with Mediterranean-inspired architecture, vaulted ceilings, marble columns, carved mahogany furnishings, and lavish gardens. At this elevated event space, you'll get to work alongside The Biltmore's team of talented event planners to coordinate your dream ceremony and reception. Whether you want to host a ceremony under the stars, in a romantic garden, or a grand ballroom, you'll get to create your ideal wedding event. As for your guest count, this venue can accommodate 300+ guests.

La Jolla Ballroom in Coral Gables, Florida

The tables are set and the dance floor is ready at La Jolla Ballroom in Coral Gables, Florida
Photo: La Jolla Ballroom in Coral Gables, Florida

Last, but not least, we have the La Jolla Ballroom, located in the heart of Coral Gables. At this beautiful landmark, you'll be provided the perfect setting for your big day. Originally built in 1928, the La Jolla is a beautiful historic building with Spanish-inspired architecture and palm trees surrounding the entrance. Not only can you host a romantic wedding ceremony at this event space, but there's also an indoor cocktail area, two stunning reception halls, and an outdoor terrace. The size of your guest list will likely determine which spaces you utilize, but for reference, the larger ballroom can accommodate up to 220 guests.

Villa Woodbine in Coconut Grove, Florida

Looking for wedding venues in Miami that are just outside of downtown? Villa Woodbine in Coconut Grove is slightly south of Downtown Miami. Additionally, for couples who like the idea of Miami wedding venues that are all-inclusive and/or outdoor wedding venues in Miami,, listen up. Villa Woodbine has an exclusive agreement with Bill Hansen Catering & Event Production for all of their weddings, making planning a breeze for you. The estate was built in 1931 and can fit more than 100 guests for an indoor-outdoor wedding filled with historical charm. Many couples choose to exchange vows in front of the estate's storied oak tree before decamping inside for cocktail hour and ending the night with an outdoor wedding reception.

The Glass Venue in Miami, Florida

A sunny day perfect for saying "I do" at The Glass Venue in Miami, Florida
Photo: The Glass Venue in Miami, Florida

The Glass Venue in Miami, Florida, is convenient for couples with lots of out-of-town guests looking for wedding venues in Miami, FL. Located just 15 minutes away from Miami International Airport, The Glass Venue is a contemporary, luxury wedding venue in Miami, FL. Not only can the venue hold up to 150 of your loved ones, but it is also pet friendly for couples who want to include their furry friends in the wedding. The is a getting-ready suite on site plus plenty of large windows with natural light so you can capture amazing getting-ready images on the wedding morning at this Miami wedding venue.

The Addison in Boca Raton, Florida

A sunny outdoor ceremony space in The Addison in Boca Raton, Florida
Photo: The Addison in Boca Raton, Florida

The Addison in Boca Raton, Florida, is a Miami venue for weddings that gets its name from Addison Mizner, the famed architect who designed the estate in 1926. Looking for a garden wedding venue in Miami? The 100-year-old Banyan trees on the property make this South Florida spot a great spot for couples with a green thumb. The venue can cater to a variety of dietary needs and has the ability to prepare Kosher food. They are also outspoken in their support of the LGBTQIA+ community and a good option for couples in search of an inclusive and affirming wedding venue.

Everafter Farms Ranch in Indiantown, Florida

A lakeside wedding photoshoot at Everafter Farms Ranch in Indiantown, Florida
Photo: Everafter Farms Ranch in Indiantown, Florida

Many Miami wedding venues are waterfront beach venues. However, what about the couples who aren't interested in Miami beach wedding venues? This rustic barn space is for you. Everafter Farms Ranch in Indiantown, Florida, is a secluded outdoor wedding venue in Miami that is actually made up of eight separate barns. Most of the barns can accommodate up to 200 guests, but there is also a more intimate one that fits 100 guests for those who want a small wedding venue in Miami. And to give guests a respite from the heat, these spaces on the stunning Quarter Horse farm located near Port St. Lucie are air-conditioned. Couples who book here have access to the space for 10 hours and there are also many rental items available for use as well.

Loveland in Miami, Florida

A vow ceremony space in a gazebo in Loveland in Miami, Florida
Photo: Loveland in Miami, Florida

Loveland in Miami, Florida, is a wedding venue situated on five acres of land that can accommodate up to 200 guests. The Miami venue for wedding boasts a 5,300-square-foot ballroom equipped with customizable LED lighting and even a custom LED dance floor. While many couples choose to exchange vows outside near the venue's gazebo, there is an indoor backup plan that is fully air-conditioned in case of inclement weather. This is a good all-inclusive Miami wedding venue option for couples who want things like music, rentals and bartending all handled by the venue.

The Coco Plum in Coral Gables, Florida

The happy couple say "I do" at The Coco Plum in Coral Gables, Florida
Photo: The Coco Plum in Coral Gables, Florida

The Coco Plum in Coral Gables, Florida, is a unique Miami, Florida, wedding venue with eye-catching Spanish architecture that can accommodate both ceremonies and receptions. The venue has a variety of event spaces, from a courtyard to an indoor ballroom, so it can fit varying guest list sizes. The venue has bi-lingual bartenders to ensure all wedding guests feel taken care of. The Miami venue also has a full-service production team couples can work with to make their wedding dreams a reality. The venue staff is excited to help to-be-weds "embrace the warm, golden ambiance of our sunny historic Coral Gables venue to perfect your big day."

The Cooper Estate in Redland, Florida

A wedding photoshoot outside at The Cooper Estate in Redland, Florida
Photo: The Cooper Estate in Redland, Florida

You're going to love this garden wedding venue in Miami. The Cooper Estate in Redland, Florida, is a good option if you want a garden wedding venue in South Miami-Dade County. Surrounding the limestone barn and home are grounds that are an active plant nursery. Live oak trees canopy the Miami wedding venue while fish ponds and palm trees create an intimate space closed off from the hustle and bustle of the rest of the Miami area. With a capacity of up to 150 guests, this is ideal for couples who want a small wedding venue in Miami. The property is full-service and offers valet parking, DJ services, rentals and in-house catering.

The Pérez Museum of Art in Miami, Florida

A seaside view at The Pérez Museum of Art in Miami, Florida
Photo: Courtesy of Pérez Museum of Art

Do you love art but also want to tie the knot at a rooftop wedding venue with views of the water? Sounds like a tall order, but The Pérez Museum of Art (PAMM) in Miami, Florida, has all those offerings and more. The 200,000-square-foot venue accommodates up to 500 guests and includes exclusive use of all spaces and galleries, plus sweeping views of Biscayne Bay. Although they can accommodate as many as 500 people, they also love intimate weddings and have microwedding offerings, plus the ability to do virtual programming for people not attending in person. The museum is located just a short drive from Miami's iconic Wynwood Walls so art aficionados can start at the walls for wedding portraits before celebrating back at PAMM.

The Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach, Florida

A chic wedding reception at The Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach, Florida
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Venue: The Norton Museum of Art

The Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach, Florida, founded in 1941 by Ralph Hubbard Norton, recently underwent a multi-million dollar renovation to update the beautiful six-acre wedding venue. The modern architecture provides a clean slate for couples to infuse their own unique style into the wedding day. The museum, which boasts 8,200 works of art, includes a tented outdoor courtyard with a view of the stunning Goergen sculpture garden. Get ready to invite up to 200 guests to a wedding here. The property has an exclusive partnership with a caterer which is ideal for couples who want to be hands-off and allow the venue to do most of the legwork.

Amara at Paraiso in Miami, Florida

A chic wedding reception at Amara at Paraiso in Miami, Florida
Photo: Courtesy of Amara at Paraiso

Calling all foodies—Amara at Paraiso in Miami, Florida, is a scenic waterfront restaurant you need to know about. It serves Latin American-inspired cuisine and is the brainchild of James Beard Award-winning chef Michael Schwartz. In addition to picking this spot for weddings, many couples also choose to propose at this idyllic spot. The Miami wedding venue has 8,500 square feet of event space and can accommodate up to 300 guests for a seated reception. However, for couples with a smaller guest list there are options to utilize just parts of the venue, such as the outdoor rooftop terrace.

Shelborne South Beach in Miami Beach, Florida

A summertime oasis by the pool at Shelborne South Beach in Miami Beach, Florida
Photo: Shelborne South Beach in Miami Beach, Florida

Embrace beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean at Shelborne South Beach in Miami Beach, Florida. This Miami Beach wedding venue features stylish interiors and Art-Deco architecture, plus amenities all guests will love such as a spa and outdoor pool. Couples have seven event spaces within the hotel to choose from. The largest space, the 4,388-square-foot ballroom can accommodate 240 for a seated reception. Meanwhile, smaller spaces like the Sky Terrace can accommodate 150 seated in the 3,722 square foot outdoor space. If you're looking for a beach wedding venue in South Florida, make sure this spot is on your radar.

Anna Hecht contributed to the reporting of this story.

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