Make Your Wedding a Work of Art In The Palm Beaches

February 23, 2018
Culture is the backdrop when you tie the knot in The Palm Beaches

For many, the dream of a perfect wedding involves a ceremony immersed in style and culture. The Palm Beaches is the perfect stage for an event adorned with fairytale grace.

Surround yourself with art, step into the spotlight, and celebrate your marriage day in a classically elegant location filled with romance. It’s all possible when you plan your wedding in this sun-filled destination in beautiful South Florida. Here are five venues ready to create an unforgettable wedding experience for you and your partner:

Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens

This lush, botanical setting is filled with monumental sculptures, as well as an artist studio perfect for a sprawling backdrop on the couple’s special day. The Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens features a large formal lawn and courtyard surrounded by tropical and subtropical flora to carry the ambiance of paradise throughout the occasion. This lush location is a short trip away from downtown West Palm Beach, and set with a serene view of the Intracoastal Water Way.
The Harriet Himmel Theater

A soaring chandelier-filled ceiling combines with glamorous candlelit backgrounds to create stunning wedding photography backdrops at The Harriet Himmel Theater. As the cultural centerpiece of the popular outdoor entertainment plaza, CityPlace, this historic landmark is conveniently located in the midst of 80 shops, restaurants and entertainment venues. Built in 1926 and refurbished in 2000 as an event venue and theater, it can accommodate 275 guests for a seated dinner, 400 guests in theater-style and 600 guests for receptions. The area’s premier caterer, Ovations Catering, provides creative menus and top service.

Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum

This lighthouse, Palm Beach County’s oldest surviving structure, overlooks the Jupiter Inlet and creates an ideal venue for a classic wedding. Ceremonies can be held on the deck area at the base of this historic lighthouse with the open sea in the distance. 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.
Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens


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For a one-of-a-kind balance of art, nature and romance, Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens in Delray Beach provides a distinctive wedding location. With several Japanese bridges, waterfalls and cultivated landscape areas, these gardens offer a special location for portrait photography. Brides can choose between the Japanese Ashwood-lined foyer or the multi-level terrace outdoors.
Mounts Botanical Garden

As Palm Beach County’s oldest and largest botanical garden, this 14-acre urban oasis is filled with more than 2,000 species of tropical and subtropical native and exotic species. Couples are welcome to choose their ideal area of the gardens to best match their expectations; however, most of them are drawn to the idyllic Gazebo Garden, which offers privacy for an intimate ceremony.
Norton Museum of Art

Although the Norton Museum of Art is known for its exhibitions and collection of American, Chinese, Contemporary and European art and photography, it also offers an elegant setting for private weddings and receptions. The museum is undergoing an expansion and may be best suited for wedding planned for 2019, but if your timeline allows, the freshly expanded Norton will make an inspiring venue.  Dine and celebrate among the works of art created by some of the world’s greatest artists.

The wedding of your dreams awaits in The Palm Beaches. Here’s more on how to make it all come true in this tropical paradise.

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