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The Ten Gayest Places In Miami To Get Gay Married in 2015

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Now that gay marriage is legalized in Florida, and clerks will begin issuing licenses on Tuesday, thousands of gay men and women will finally be able to legally wed the one they love. And while gays statewide plan and dream of wedded bliss, wedding planners and special event venues are drooling more than a closeted frat boy at Swinging Richard's over the influx of business they'll get come Tuesday when all these dudes and dudettes get hitched.

So, for the sake of lovers everywhere, and the wedding planners who cater to them, we present an update to our classic map, The Ten Gayest Places In Miami To Get Gay Married.


· Curbed Maps [Curbed Miami]
· The Ten Gayest Places in Miami to Get Gay Married [Curbed Miami]
· Finally, Equal Rights: Gays Can Marry in Florida [New Times]

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Alfred I DuPont Building

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On the second floor of the Alfred I. DuPont Building, downtown Miami's only art deco skyscraper, is a former banking hall with high beamed ceilings, rich art deco details, and even the old bank vault, perfect for a couple of urbanite dudes to tie the knot.

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens

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Because where better to put a ring on your man than a palatial italian estate built by a lifelong bachelor and his flamboyantly gay decorator?

The Fontainebleau

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It's big, it's flashy, it's the most famous hotel in Miami Beach, and let's hope your man is (sugar) Daddy Warbucks, because it isn't cheap.

The Standard Spa, Miami Beach

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The Standard Hotel, with its oh-so-hipster-fabulous vibe, gardens, and luxurious spa is a great place for a gay wedding, gay reception, or gay honeymoon. It's also a great place to show off your new beau. The hotel room bathtubs are on semi-private terraces. Peeky-boo!

Casa Casuarina, The Versace Mansion

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Because if Gianni Versace coulda, you know he woulda.

Elizabeth Taylor's Miami Lover's House

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This lovebird's nest in the Sunset Islands is no longer on the market, and thus quite unavailable for gay marriages unless the new owners are sweetie pies and say yes, but you just know you wanna fall in love where Liz did.

Esther Williams Penthouse At The Raleigh Hotel

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The penthouse at the Raleigh, named after the synchronized swimming sensation who made the hotel's pool famous, has a grand, ocean view living room with terraces that would make a beautiful wedding venue. Or get married by that curvaceous pool. In your speedo.

Hôtel Gaythering

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At South Beach's only "gay-oriented" hotel (the other one, Lords South Beach, went under like Ugg Boots), the Gaythering's bar is a huuuuuge fan fave with local homos and friendly hangers-on, which makes it the perfect place for the reception after the big nuptials. Meanwhile, start the honeymoon at the Gaythering's clothing optional "self spa." Bow Chica Bow Wow.

Mondrian South Beach

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Go super contemporary, minimalist with a pop, at the Mondrian South Beach. This is the kind of place where both grooms wear all white. And the wedding is officiated by a giant floating head.

Anywhere In Wilton Manors

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Because it's gayville U.S.A. Your options include The Manor, and the ever popular lunch spot Rosie's on the Drive.

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Alfred I DuPont Building

On the second floor of the Alfred I. DuPont Building, downtown Miami's only art deco skyscraper, is a former banking hall with high beamed ceilings, rich art deco details, and even the old bank vault, perfect for a couple of urbanite dudes to tie the knot.

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens

Because where better to put a ring on your man than a palatial italian estate built by a lifelong bachelor and his flamboyantly gay decorator?

The Fontainebleau

It's big, it's flashy, it's the most famous hotel in Miami Beach, and let's hope your man is (sugar) Daddy Warbucks, because it isn't cheap.

The Standard Spa, Miami Beach

The Standard Hotel, with its oh-so-hipster-fabulous vibe, gardens, and luxurious spa is a great place for a gay wedding, gay reception, or gay honeymoon. It's also a great place to show off your new beau. The hotel room bathtubs are on semi-private terraces. Peeky-boo!

Casa Casuarina, The Versace Mansion

Because if Gianni Versace coulda, you know he woulda.

Elizabeth Taylor's Miami Lover's House

This lovebird's nest in the Sunset Islands is no longer on the market, and thus quite unavailable for gay marriages unless the new owners are sweetie pies and say yes, but you just know you wanna fall in love where Liz did.

Esther Williams Penthouse At The Raleigh Hotel

The penthouse at the Raleigh, named after the synchronized swimming sensation who made the hotel's pool famous, has a grand, ocean view living room with terraces that would make a beautiful wedding venue. Or get married by that curvaceous pool. In your speedo.

Hôtel Gaythering

At South Beach's only "gay-oriented" hotel (the other one, Lords South Beach, went under like Ugg Boots), the Gaythering's bar is a huuuuuge fan fave with local homos and friendly hangers-on, which makes it the perfect place for the reception after the big nuptials. Meanwhile, start the honeymoon at the Gaythering's clothing optional "self spa." Bow Chica Bow Wow.

Mondrian South Beach

Go super contemporary, minimalist with a pop, at the Mondrian South Beach. This is the kind of place where both grooms wear all white. And the wedding is officiated by a giant floating head.

Anywhere In Wilton Manors

Because it's gayville U.S.A. Your options include The Manor, and the ever popular lunch spot Rosie's on the Drive.