Today’s brides are looking for unique and distinctive locations to host their special day. Most brides consider where the wedding will be located as one of the most important aspects of their wedding day. Selecting the right wedding location can take your wedding day from ordinary to extraordinary.
Winter Park, Florida is located in Central Florida, which is just north of downtown Orlando. While Florida, in general is a popular destination for weddings, Winter Park more specifically, has become a wedding hotspot. There are many reason why Winter Park is an attractive destination for weddings.
Winter Park is often cited as one of the best small towns in the United States. Founded in 1881, Winter Park offers a historic, classic town feel with a modern flair. The town is filled with exceptional charm, which allows for a more personalized wedding atmosphere. The area is known for brick lined streets, Spanish-Mediterranean style houses, a chain of lakes, rolling golf courses and scenic parks.
The premier section of downtown Winter Park is Park Avenue. Park Avenue has been described, by many, as Orlando’s Rodeo Drive. Locally owned specialty boutiques, outdoor cafes and bistros are dotted along the Avenue. It is lined with beautiful Spanish moss strung live oak trees, elegant fountains, and manicured gardens.
Along with the small town feel, the area also offers more Cosmopolitan aspects such as an Amtrak station, several museums and Florida’s oldest College. Day spas and beauty salons offer a wide range of pampering options. Relaxing benches and bustling sidewalks allow for enjoyment of perfect weather year round.
From the historic charm to the renowned shops to the impeccable landscapes, Winter Park is sure to provide you and your wedding guests with an abundant amount of things to do, see and experience. You will certainly not find any other place that combines immaculate year round weather with all these fine characteristics. If you are looking for a premier location for your wedding, then Winter Park is the perfect location.
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