Bride and groom standing in the garden at the Bonnet House Museum & Gardens

We want you to know one thing: from the day that sparkly ring is placed on your finger to the moment you walk down the aisle and set your wedding day officially into motion, we’re here for you. Planning your wedding is a busy task, but we’re convinced that when it comes to venues, catering, dresses – basically each and every wedding detail out there – we’ve got some of the best vendors lined up, ready and waiting to help make your day extra-wonderful.

Fort Lauderdale Wedding Venues

Let’s start with the single largest detail of your wedding day – aside from your fiancé, of course. Fort Lauderdale is home to an incredible array of wedding locations from beachfront to palm-shaded inland sites and elegant hotels. The Bonnet House Museum & Gardens is one of our favorites. The vivid colors and interesting details of the property (the house was built in 1920 by Chicago-born artist Frederic Clay Bartlett) make it a perfect place to plan a wedding. The property’s 35 acres host a number of settings and off-season discounts are available for budget-minded brides.

The Fort Lauderdale History Center is another area venue with the ambiance you need to make your wedding perfect. Located in Riverwalk Park, the 1905 New River Inn is the center’s most sought-after setting, and the turn of the century architecture and front and back lawns make for extra-pretty scenery.

Meanwhile, couples seeking a more modern twist on their wedding day should look to the W Fort Lauderdale, a stunning luxury hotel placed right on the city’s sugar-sand coastline. The natural beauty is impressive, but the contemporary glamour and simultaneously relaxed feel of the property itself are what caught our eye.

P.S. Don’t forget to use the best planning tools around – our wedding websites are perfect for communicating with your guests and sharing the details of your wedding day and registry.

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