A Love Affair with History in The Palm Beaches

February 12, 2018

Using vintage venues to create a wedding to remember

The Palm Beaches offer a wide variety of venues for weddings and receptions, many of them steeped in fascinating history or a glamorous past. If a wedding wrapped in the gilded style of The Rockefellers or the reckless opulence of JG Gatsby appeals to you, you will find a historic venue in The Palm Beaches to suit your tastes.

The Addison


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Built in 1926 by famed architect Addison Mizner, this venue is steeped in Old World elegance. As a top destination for weddings, the venue offers a breathtaking courtyard with 100-year-old Banyan trees, two ballrooms and multiple private spaces. The Addison’s cascading fountain makes for the perfect detail for this charming and magical setting.

The Breakers Palm Beach

A one-of-a-kind oceanfront resort, the iconic The Breakers Palm Beach has been in existence since 1896 and is one of America’s premier destinations for magnificent weddings and celebrations. Whether it’s a beachside ceremony for 50 guests or a reception for 500 in a stunning ballroom, The Breakers’ experienced and passionate team of professionals will bring a lifelong wedding dream to an exquisite reality.

The Chesterfield Palm Beach

Originally built in 1926 as the Lido-Venice, the sheer elegance of The Chesterfield is enough to tell guests that a wedding celebration will be like no other. Registered with the Palm Beach Preservation Foundation as a historical landmark, all improvements made to the hotel are carefully done to preserve the historical integrity of the hotel. Choose an indoor or outdoor ceremony decorated in a stylish Italianate architecture with a hint of English charm.

Henry Morrison Flagler Museum (Whitehall)
In 1902, the New York Herald proclaimed Whitehall, Henry Flagler’s Gilded Age estate of Palm Beach, “more wonderful than any palace in Europe, grander and more magnificent than any other private dwelling in the world.” Whitehall is now a National Historic Landmark open to the public as the Flagler Museum and it welcomes the opportunity to host grand wedding celebrations filled with 19th-century magic and elegance. Choose from the Grand Hall, West Room, Flagler Kenan Pavilion or Courtyard, each one offering a different ambiance to best fit one’s wedding vision.

Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum
This lighthouse, Palm Beach County’s oldest surviving structure, overlooks the Jupiter Inlet and creates an ideal venue for a romantic wedding. Ceremonies can be held on the deck area at the base of this historic lighthouse. The wedding gazebo and seating area fit comfortably under the natural shade of local trees. This unique venue will create unforgettable memories for the lucky couple, as well as loved ones.

Lake Worth Casino Building and Beach Complex
The Lake Worth Casino was originally opened in the 1922 and offers wedding accommodations that fulfill any seaside wedding fantasy. Choose the Ocean Front Ballroom in the Casino Building for a dazzling area overlooking the beach or outside on the Intracoastal terrace. Or choose romance by the shore, and hold one’s special day on the Lake Worth Beach Complex with toes in the sand and an irreplaceable sunset backdrop for photographs to last a lifetime.

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