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Seaside, FL Venues by Homeowner's Collection

The Homeowner's Collection offers a variety of venue options, from beachside ceremonies and pavilions to parks and indoor spaces.

Lyceum Lawn
Located in the center of Seaside’s civic district, the Lyceum Lawn offers luxurious grounds perfect for a formal tented affair or a romantic evening under the stars. Surrounded by a two-story public walkway and large event stage, the Lyceum Lawn can accommodate up to 200 people and offers brides and planners plenty of space to work with when creating a magical space perfectly personalized to each bride’s unique taste.
Ceremony hosts 200 people

Ruskin Park
Originally designed as a working artists' colony, Ruskin Place is a collection of three-story townhomes centered around a landscaped park and an event stage. The feeling of old-style New Orleans surrounds you when you glimpse up at the balconies and rooftop decks. With elegant lighting around this tree-lined park, the events created in this very special place are truly magical. Ruskin Park events are limited to five each calendar year and are subject to availability.
Ceremony hosts 200 | Cocktail Reception hosts 125 | Seated Reception hosts 100

Seaside Beach
Located behind Bud & Alley’s, you access the sugar-white sands of Seaside Beach through the iconic Michael McDonough-designed Coleman Pavilion also referred to as the Obelisk or Obe Pavilion by many residents and long-term visitors. The unique shape and strong presence of the tallest beach pavilion in Seaside provides a grand entrance point for a sunset wedding on the beach.
Ceremonies hosts 100 | Receptions are not allowed on the beach.

Seaside Pavilion
A beachfront icon nestled among the sand dunes, gulf front in Seaside’s famous town center, The Seaside Pavilion is a covered venue overlooking the Gulf of Mexico’s beautiful emerald waters and crystal white sand. Designed by architect Eric Watson, the Seaside Pavilion offers a simple, elegant space for guests to enjoy overlooking the natural beauty of the coast. You access the pavilion by taking George’s Gorge and the iconic walk straight from the boardwalk onto the powder white sand of the beach.
Ceremony Hosts 70 | Cocktail Reception Hosts 50 | Seated Reception Hosts 30

Tupelo Gazebo
The Tupelo Gazebo was built in 1984 and was Seaside’s first public building. Many of Seaside’s first public meetings took place in the Tupelo Gazebo. The town founders Robert and Darryl Davis were married in the Tupelo Gazebo. The Tupelo Gazebo also has its claim to fame in its famous scene in "The Truman Show" where Jim Carrey has panic set in and begins to drive around and around and around the small Gazebo.
Never before available to the public, the Tupelo Gazebo is now available through Homeowner's Collection for smaller intimate weddings.
Ceremony Hosts 20

Tupelo Pavilion and Beach
When first conceived, the original design and concept were to have the beach access pavilions to serve as a gateway to the beach designed by award-winning architects. Tupelo Street Beach Pavilion was designed by renowned architect Ernesto Buch. Tupelo Pavilion was the first public pavilion of Seaside, Florida. “It is based on a cube,” Buch says. “In detailing and form, it is evocative of American wooden Palladian architecture, and thus it is part of a long vernacular tradition.”
Ceremony Hosts 100

Explore Seaside

Seaside greets travelers with a warm welcome – and you’ll recognize it as soon as you see it. Perfectly pastel houses, white picket fences and manicured lawns look like they’re straight out of a movie. (And, in fact, they are – The Truman Show was filmed here.)

Stroll or bike your way between restaurants, art galleries and boutique shops, or connect with family and friends at the central square.

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