The holiday season is also known as engagement season so our guess is a lot of local couples are researching for wedding venues in Orlando right about now. We're here to get you started with some of the best places to tie the knot in the Orlando-area.
Offering rustic charm, this venue is located near College Park just 10 minutes from downtown Orlando. Dubsdread has a variety of event spaces including the Ballroom, Florida Room, and Brick Courtyard. Built in 1924, the spaces have an abundance of wood and stone.
This is a 1,900-acre lake-front property, located in Lake County. The rolling hills and Tuscan architecture of the buildings will make you feel like you're in Italy. The property includes a variety of indoor and outdoor ceremony and reception spaces.
Cypress Grove Estate House Situated just south of downtown, this old estate home embodies southern charm. If you're looking for an outdoor wedding this is a really nice option, as the house is on the smaller side, but a tent on property offers a nice setting for large parties. The lakeside gazebo is beautiful for ceremonies with the estate in the backdrop.
Winter Park Farmers' Market This former train depot is now the Winter Park Farmers' Market on Saturday mornings, but it's also a great space for a wedding reception. The brick walls and wood sliding doors are original, adding charm. The facility can seat up to 140 inside and features an outdoor fenced parking lot that can be utilized for tented seating as well.
The luxury hotel offers a collection of versatile settings with indoor and outdoor ceremony spaces and reception sites. Event lawns create a beautiful backdrop for vows or a pre-event cocktail party. Two dazzling ballrooms can accommodate a party of any size.
Nestled below century-old trees, are four colonial-era buildings that surround a courtyard, perfect for an outdoor affair. This venue is located in one of Orlando's cutest neighborhoods, Thornton Park.
Get married surrounded by beautiful art. The museum has many different options for ceremony and reception spaces. You can even rent the entire museum and let 250 of your closets friends peruse the galleries.
Leu Gardens is a beautiful reserved area full of nature and other wonderous plants and florals. Your wedding will bloom into a day to remember surrounded by lush foliage and beautiful botanicals.
The multi-functional space in the historic Thornton Park District can be readily customized to create an intimate setting for small intimate weddings or wide-open for wedding celebrations of any kind.
The only designated National Historic Landmark in Central Florida, the A&H’s Maitland Art Center has a beautiful outdoor chapel that's been hosting weddings since the 1940s. Hundreds of sculptures on property designed by Andre Smith, the founder of the property in 1937, who created the space as his winter haven.
Located on the 18th floor of a downtown Orlando high rise building, you'll dance the night away with the city lights as your backdrop. Vast windows give great views of the city. This venue can accommodate up to 200 people.
On the banks of Lake Jessup in Winter Springs, this venue can accommodate up to 200 people. The plantation-style estate denotes luxury, with impressive floor to ceiling windows and a grand foyer with two circular staircases. Indoor and outdoor options are available.
Happy planning to all the newly engaged couples. Orlando is a great place to get married, especially if you're looking for an outdoor wedding venue in Orlando. It seems a lot of Orlando wedding venues have options for an indoor and outdoor event.