Getting married in the Florida Keys automatically brings a certain vibe to your nuptials. The chain of islands surrounds you with elements of calm and relaxation, which couldn’t be more perfect if you’ve always wanted your big day to be intimate and special. Both Key Largo and Key West especially are great cities to get married in – regardless of if you’re saying your “I Dos” on the sand or in the center of a ballroom.

To start, the venues are out of this world. In Key West, there’s locations like the Key West Harbour and Sebago Watersports, which is a private boating company that charters weddings right out on the water. If you didn’t want to commit the entire ceremony to a yacht, however, you could also save it for special events like a truly unique rehearsal dinner.

There are also great Hilton properties that offer amazing wedding packages, like the DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Grand Key – Key West. There, you’ll get great event space options as well as planning tools like a personalized wedding checklist, a space calculator and a personalized group web page! There’s also the Casa Marina Key West, A Waldorf Astoria Resort, which is a grand, waterfront resort that’s perfect for lovers. Their wedding package comes with top of the line catering, indoor and outdoor event spaces and even state-of-the-art electronic equipment for your broadcast needs. Key Largo also has beautiful Hilton venues, like the Baker’s Cay Resort Key Largo, Curio Collection by Hilton, which provides outdoor views of the Florida Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. They also offer planning tools and coordination to help the day run as smoothly as possible.

Both Key Largo and Key West also have accommodating and cost-effective hotels for everyone to enjoy if you simply need a home away from home. Take your pick from properties like the Hilton Garden Inn Key West and the Hampton Inn Key Largo, FL. Both properties offer great amenities and offer room blocks and special rates for your whole party.

Then, of course, no wedding is complete without some added excitement, right?! The Keys is known for its beaches and being a place of tranquility, but we’d be remiss if we didn’t mention all the fun to be had too. In Key West, your trip won’t be fulfilled without a stop at Duval Street. The strip is full of great bars and pubs like the Key West First Legal Rum Distillery, unique boutiques and souvenir shops, local art galleries and more! In Key Largo, you can explore your adventurous side and have fun adventures in snorkeling, dolphin excursions, kayaking and more!

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