Nothing inspires the mind to create like color and Miami Venues have all the color you need!
When planning an event here the options are endless; from impeccably styled hotels, century old estates, and lush tropical settings you don’t have to look far to be inspired. When considering design and location, it is important to look at what the venue itself has to offer so that the designs compliment each other rather than fighting to overpower. Let’s take a lap around the color wheel and see what some of our favorite Miami Venues have to offer!
Vizcaya Museum & Gardens
Even though I am there every other weekend for events, I still fall in love all over again each time. This century-old estate has one of the most stunning and well manicured gardens in South Florida. You can’t help but feel like you are stepping into a time portal to a time long forgotten. This Miami Venue is perfect for the couple looking to have an outdoor wedding with lots of greenery (Hello, Pantone color of the year!).
Alfred I. Dupont Building
This is our golden boy. This Miami Venue, which was a bank many moons ago, screams opulence with its marble floors and gold accents. The neutral stone interiors are complimented by stunning gold gates that welcome you into either side of the ballroom. Unique characteristics such as empty bank vaults and ornate bank teller counters give you a chance to do something different and will have guests talking long after the party is over! If gold is your metal, Dupont is the venue for you!
Faena Miami Beach
Last but not least, I love the Faena in Miami Beach. This venue is for the bold and fearless. Their use of colors, textures, and art is truly intoxicating with something different to feast your eyes on at every turn. The most prominent color here is definitely red and it is carried throughout the entire property in different ways. The owners personal collection of Damien Hurst pieces also add to the bold and unique look of Faena Miami Beach. If you are looking for something very different from anything else, this is it but you have to leave the blush tones at home.
I hope this has inspired you to take a closer look at your venue and see what it can contribute to the look of your event. Always remember that inspiration can be found in the most unlikely places, you just have to observe with an open mind.