Key West has always been a welcome place for all different kinds of couples. Now that marriage equality is legal nationwide, take advantage of the island's clean beaches, stunning foliage, and historical sites, and tie the knot with the one you love.
1. Key West Garden Club
Paved in brick and overlooking the water, the Garden Club offers ample space for an intimate gathering and plenty of shade. Oh, and of course the plantlife is breathtaking.
2. The Little White House
This historical locale is maintained to look just as it did in the 1940s when President Truman spent time there during office. The front gardens and lawns are green and lush, and can can easily accomodate a larger gathering for the ceremony and after-party.
3. The Key West Butterfly and Nature Conservatory
Fan of nature? Gather with your partner and loved ones amidst a bustling greenhouse with over 60 types of butterflies, various birds, and two flamingos. It's out of this world.
4. The Hemingway House
For all the readers out there, the Hemingway House offers a manicured outdoor space right below the writer's Key West home. Beneath the white wood altar, breathe in the literary history and feel inspired to beautifully articulate your vows.
5. Fort Zachary Taylor Beach
A beach wedding is always classic, memorable, and the most picturesque way to get hitched in Key West. You and your family will enjoy the ocean breeze, the gentle sound of crashing waves, and the wind between the palms as you embark on the next chapter of your life.