This fold-open, poster size map features 350+ wedding venues in Central Florida. The Map is ideal for brides and grooms, wedding parties, wedding planners, and wedding related services. The wedding venues map also features bridal salons and wedding expos for Spring and Fall.
Find your 2020 Spring Wedding Venue Map at local Central Florida bridal salons and wedding shows.
How many years have you been in business and what do like the most about it?
The Wedding Venue Map has been a print resource for brides and their families since 2016 when Derek and Gail Berge created the first physical print map for couples to find a wedding venue. The online resource WedingVenueMap.com launched in June 2018, with our co-founder Shannon Tarrant.
Our favorite part about creating a unique wedding industry resource is being able to provide helpful information to any and all couples or family members planning a wedding in the Central Florida area. Wedding Venue Map offers them both a physical resource to help visualize the locations and an online resource that can help narrow down a venue with their specifications in minutes.
The print Wedding Venue Map comes out twice a year in the Spring January engagement issue and the Fall issue hits our area in late summer. You can find the maps at every Central Florida area bridal salon. We also host a booth at local wedding shows including Florida Wedding Expo, Perfect Wedding Guide and the Xpos. Our co-founder Shannon Tarrant mans the booth to provide maps but also advice to couples searching for their ideal wedding venue. If you are on the hunt for a Map, you can always email us with your contact information to receive on in the mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
There are a few questions to have the answers to BEFORE you start searching for a wedding venue. Here are a few for the couple to discuss:
How much can we afford to spend on our wedding? Who is on the guest list? What is the style of venue we want to search for? How far away from where we live should we choose a venue? Are the ceremony and reception going to be all in one place or at two different locations?