Thursday, May 29, 2008

South Florida Beach Wedding Venues

So you want to have a Florida beach wedding? With over 663 miles worth of beaches, you've decided to get married in the right state. To list all of the beaches that we consider to be good Florida wedding venues would be way to long so we've decided to break it down into more "manageable" lists. For our first list of Florida beach wedding venues we will focus on south Florida. South Florida wedding venues are diverse but beach weddings can be simply amazing. South Florida is considered to be the counties of Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach. Though technically part of South Florida, the Florida Keys tends to get thrown in this designation even though, technically, Monroe County stretches to the west coast of Florida via the Everglades. Anyways, our South Florida beach wedding venues lists includes beaches in the Florida Keys.

Palm Beach County Beaches
  • Carlin Park
  • Coral Cove Park
  • Dubois Park
  • Gulfstream Park
  • Juno Beach Park
  • Jupiter Beach Park
  • Loggerhead Park
  • Ocean Cay Park
  • Ocean Inlet Park
  • Ocean Reef Park
  • Ocean Ridge Hammock Park
  • Peanut Island Park
  • Phil Foster Memorial Park
  • R. G. Kreusler Park
  • South Inlet Park

For more information on beach weddings in Palm Beach County, visit: http://www.pbcgov.com/parks/specialevent/guidelines.htm/#weddings

Broward County Beaches

  • Deerfield Public Beach
  • North Ocean Park
  • Pompano Public Beach
  • Lauderdale by the Sea Public Beach
  • Fort Lauderdale City Beach (North Area)
  • Hugh Taylor Birch State Park
  • Fort Lauderdale City Beach (Central Area)
  • Fort Lauderdale City Beach (South Area)
  • John U. Loyd Beach State Park
  • Dania Beach
  • North Beach Park
  • Hollywood Beach
  • Hallandale Beach (North Beach)

Miami-Dade County Beaches

  • Sunny Isles Beach
  • Haulover Beach
  • Bal Harbour
  • Surfside
  • North Shore Open Space Park
  • 72nd Street Beach
  • 64th Street Beach
  • 53rd Street Beach
  • 46th Street Beach
  • 35th Street Beach
  • 21st Street Beach
  • Lummus Park
  • South Pointe Park
  • Hobie Beach
  • Virginia Key Beach
  • Crandon Park
  • Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park
  • Matheson Hammock County Park
  • Homestead Bayfront Park
  • Biscayne Park

Florida Keys

  • Cannon Beach
  • Far Beach
  • Harry Harris County Park
  • Upper Matecumbe County Park
  • Anne's Beach
  • Sombrero Beach
  • Veterans Memorial Park
  • Bahia Honda State Park
  • Boca Chica Beach
  • Smathers Beach
  • C.B. Harvey Rest Beach Park
  • Clarence S. Higgs Memorial Beach
  • Dog Beach
  • South Beach
  • Fort Zachary Taylor State Park and Beach
  • Simonton Street Beach

Note: Our list of Florida beach wedding venues are city, county, state and national parks. Permits may be required to perform wedding ceremonies. You should give yourself plenty of time to do your research when planning a Florida beach wedding. Questions that you will want to ask, amongst others, include, rules and regulations, times permitted, maximum attendance requirements, and accesibility.

1 comment:

JuiceMag said...

Florida seems to be one of the world's most romantic spots especially on a beach!