Stephanie + Erick at the Miami Ancient Spanish Monastery

Welcome to the enchanting Spanish Monastery in Miami, a truly unique and captivating venue that has captured the hearts of many seeking a remarkable setting for their weddings. This historic gem, officially known as the St. Bernard de Clairvaux Church, transports visitors to a time and place of Old World charm. Originally built in the 12th century in Segovia, Spain, the monastery was dismantled, shipped to the United States, and painstakingly reassembled in its current Miami location.

What makes the Spanish Monastery a coveted choice for weddings is its romantic ambiance and rich history. The stunning architecture, featuring intricate details, archways, and lush gardens, creates an atmosphere that is both grand and intimate. The monastery's picturesque courtyards and cloisters provide an elegant backdrop for wedding ceremonies, while the serene gardens offer a dreamy setting for receptions and photography.

Couples are drawn to the Spanish Monastery not only for its beauty but also for the sense of timelessness it imparts. Walking down its ancient stone pathways, exchanging vows under the centuries-old arches, and celebrating in the midst of history creates an unparalleled experience that makes weddings truly unforgettable. The blend of old-world aesthetics and the vibrant Miami energy adds a unique touch that appeals to both traditional and modern sensibilities.

In a city known for its dynamic culture and diverse venues, the Spanish Monastery stands out as a sanctuary of elegance and charm. It's no wonder that those who seek a wedding venue with a story to tell, an ambiance that speaks of romance, and an environment that embraces the past while celebrating the future, find their perfect match in the Spanish Monastery of Miami.

It was truly a pleasure working with Stephanie & Erick on this day.

Photography + Video by Weddings By Ray

Photographer: Ray A. Videographer: Kevin M.

Venue: Ancient Spanish Monastery

Florist: Vanessas Flowers

Pianist: Frank V.

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