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the Temple House


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the Temple House


The Temple House, in Miami Beach is a beautiful and unique Art Deco Property in Miami Beach. Enjoy a beautiful outdoor ceremony on the sundeck, then bring your guests to the living room (above) for a spectacular reception. Add video mapping, which can transform the room into any space you could ever dream of! 

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Dupont Building


Dupont Building


Dupont Building, Downtown Miami. Photography by Jenny Smith and Co. This historic building is right for you if you love architecture and 1920's Art Deco style. Cypress ceilings, marble floors, stone pillars, and hand-wrought iron grating, the Dupont Building is a stunning venue that your guests will never forget. 

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Maps Backlot


Maps Backlot


Maps Backlot is a unique outdoor urban landscape located in Wynwood Arts District. It is perfect for the Bride and Groom who love and want to share the art and grit of Wynwood with their guests. 

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Vizcaya Museum & Gardens


Vizcaya Museum & Gardens


There is no space like Vizcaya Museum & Gardens in Miami, or even across the country! At Vizcaya you can expect a romantic garden ceremony while overlooking a Mediterranean Italian Barge and Biscayne Bay. It is a truly unforgettable experiences for you and your guests. 

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The Bath Club


The Bath Club


The Bath Club, Miami Beach is a spectacular space for the Bride and Groom looking for a practical beach wedding ceremony. Wow your guests with the courtyard for cocktails, then the billiard room and ballroom for dinner and dancing. Photograph by Manolo Doreste- Ceremony decor by Always Flowers & Events. 

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Deering Estate


Deering Estate


Deering Estate, located in South Palmetto Bay along Biscayne Bay, expands 444 beautiful acres. Enjoy a ceremony along the bay then move your guests over to the courtyard behind the historical house for a picturesque reception. Photograph by Ricky Stern.