Wedding Destination: Bonnet House Museum and Gardens

Bonnet House Museum and Gardens is a secluded gem in Fort Lauderdale with a beautiful waterfront setting that is perfect for your South Florida wedding. Filled with tropical plants, a Desert Garden, and one of the largest orchid collections in the Southeast United States, the beauty found at Bonnet House creates a stunning backdrop for your elegant wedding.

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Bonnet House Museum and Gardens is a 35-acre paradise that offers six different ceremony and reception locations for brides to choose from depending on the number of guests. The Alee location can have up to 300 guests, the grove can have up to 300 guests, the courtyard can have up to 150 guests, the veranda can have up to 200 guests, the hibiscus garden can have up to 250 guests, and the beach location can have up to 300 guests.

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The Bonnet House is the perfect venue for your wedding because of its unique history and the service provided. In addition to exclusive use of the Bonnet House Estate for 4 hours, you also have use of the property two hours before the ceremony for photography and use of the upstairs bridal suite, and one hour after the ceremony for clean up.

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While the estate holds most weddings in the evening when when they are closed to the public, they do allow brides to schedule weddings during the day in every location except the courtyard. If you want the privacy the venue offers at night but are wanting to have your wedding in the day, the beach is closed to the public and you can celebrate with your friends and family there.

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Bonnet House and Gardens creates a wonderful backdrop for all your wedding photos and will provide your guests with a fun and exciting atmosphere. They also have a wonderful selection of local vendors to help make your day everything you want it to be. To plan your truly unique wedding experience, contact the Bonnet House today.

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