You might have thought I’d be all about those Disney Orlando Wedding Venues — but you were wrong. Instead, I’ve picked three pretty different and unique wedding venues: a rooftop venue, an estate venue, and a garden venue. And although we LOVE New England, in the winter, Orlando is like a second home.
Rooftop Orlando Wedding Venue: The Balcony
189 S Orange Ave #1120, Orlando, FL 32801
A unique, rooftop wedding venue situated in downtown Orlando, The Balcony is the perfect downtown wedding venue in Orlando. Steps to Wahlburgers, Room 42, Latitude and all the other hot bars downtown, start your wedding out at the Balcony and let the party go through the night with a bar crawl through downtown.
The venue is up on the 11th story of a building situated between two towers, with an indoor backup option (ironically called the Gallery). The outdoor space has 6,000 square feet and there’s an indoor space of 10,000 square feet.
Estate Wedding Venue: Cypress Grove
290 W. Holden Ave. Orlando, Florida 32839
The best part about the South? All the old estates that us northerners just don’t appreciate. Cypress Grove is a gorgeous estate just minutes to downtown with LOADS of Spanish moss, historic touches, all the pergolas and two estates.
We’re huge fans of the clear tent that can be used outdoors for your reception and the market lights above the amphitheater. The venue has loads of historic southern touches that make this our favorite estate venue in Orlando.
Garden Wedding Venue in Orlando: The Acre
4421 Edgewater Dr Orlando, FL 32804
The Acre is a gorgeous, rustic one-acre sanctuary with plenty of options for your wedding. With the ability to accommodate elopements to 250-person weddings, these folks are PROS at getting people married.
A hidden gem in College Park, there is a tiny home, chapel, barn and more on the property. Roast marshmallows after your wedding or head out bar hopping for an after-party — both are possible here. The lush property makes it one of our favorite Orlando wedding venues.
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