900 N. Birch Road, Fort Lauderdale, FL
Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL, Bonnet House Museum & Gardens is a museum venue that hosts weddings. Set on 35 acres of stunning grounds, this historical property sits just a short stroll from Fort Lauderdale Beach. Couples who choose to spend their day here can select from a range of spectacular settings for romantic nuptials. While the history of the estate dates back thousands of years, Bonnet House itself was built in 1920. Hugh Taylor Birch purchased the estate for his daughter and her husband, the artist Frederic Clay Bartlett. Much of Frederick's work remains at the museum today, along with the paintings completed by his second wife. As renowned art collectors, the couple’s collection of work is sure to delight and surprise newlyweds-to-be and their guests alike. The property was donated in 1983 to the Florida Trust for Historic Preservation and is currently listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Surrounded by a myriad of luscious gardens, water features, and natural foliage, it offers an idyllic setting for weddings and receptions. Couples and their guests will have access to the exclusive use of their chosen space. Whether you want to exchange vows in the fragrant Hibiscus harden or in the veranda overlooking the water, you’re sure to be delighted with the spectacular surroundings. Bonnet House Museum & Gardens works with their dedicated partners A. Alexander Events to ensure that every occasion is a success. Their dedicated team will take care of all your event planning needs, including organizing the catering. This team can also provide a list of vendors that have previously worked at events on the property to ensure a flawless flow. Couples can access the property before the ceremony with their photographer. They will also have access to the get-ready suite to prepare for their day.