2401 Pine Tree Drive
Miami Beach, FL 33140
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Average Base Cost: $22,000
Our average base cost for a Miami Beach Woman’s Club wedding is calculated by figuring a 125-person guest list on a Saturday in High Season for a 6-hour event, including an average food/beverage cost of $125/pp as well as required security costs. Entertainment, flowers, furniture, additional decorations and rentals, transportation, and photography are NOT included. Price is rounded up to the nearest thousand. Gratuity and sales tax is included.
*Prices subject to change
How it breaks down:
Facility Rental Fee: The rental fees are as follows for 5-6 hours of event time.
- Saturdays: $5,000
- Fridays & Sundays – $4,000
2017/2018 Low Season
- Saturdays: $3,500
- Fridays & Sundays – $2,500
- 15-72″ round tables
- 100 gold Chiavari chairs with ivory cushions
- 10-6′ x 30″ tables
- 4-48″ round tables
- Initial setup, breakdown, and cleanup
- Security fee: $150 (75-120 guests), $250 (120+ guests)
- Additional hours: $500 per hour
Vendors: You must use their in-house catering teams, however all other outside vendors are allowed as long as they are approved by the venue.
Food and Beverage: Pricing for food and beverage starts at $125/pp.
Space Type: Inside/Outside. Inside areas include the Entrance Hall, Grand Ballroom, Stage, and Parlor. Outdoor space includes the East patio, South patio, and Front lawn.
- Ceremony: 74 seated in Entrance Hall, 160 seated in Ballroom
- Reception: 130-150 seated banquet-style, 250 for a standing cocktail party
Bridal Suite: The parlor can be used for the bride to get ready, although the bathroom is down the hall.
Parking: There is no on-site parking, so valet would need to be arranged which the venue can help you setup.
How Will Grandma Get There? The Miami Beach Woman’s Club is located in the Collins Park neighborhood, two blocks from the beach. There are a ton of restaurants and hotels for guests nearby such as the 1 Hotel and W Hotel. The venue also owns several hotels in the area and can help arrange room blocks and discounts. The venue is approximately 20 minutes from the Miami International Airport.
Party On! Events can go until 11 p.m. on weekdays and 12 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
Built in 1933 in the wake of a devastating hurricane by several of Miami Beach’s most influential women, the Women’s Club was formed to foster “neighbors friendship and community.” The novelist and founding President, Mrs. Clayton Sedgwick Cooper, said in her founding speech, “Let us be all inclusive, and know no North or South or East or West, nor caste, but include all in our friendships.” In 1974 the Mediterranean-style building was listed in the National Register of Historic Places, and in 2015 re-opened after extensive renovations by the South Beach Group, which now owns the property. Featuring unique chandeliers, vaulted beamed ceilings and oversized Mediterranean entry doors, a typical wedding setup would be a ceremony in the Entrance Hall (for over 74 guests you would use the Grand Ballroom), cocktail hour in the East Patio, South Patio, or the Entrance Hall, and a seated dinner in the Grand Ballroom.
Woman Getting Married Says:
I am SO excited that this gorgeous new wedding venue is open in Miami Beach! It reminds me a bit of my wedding venue, The Bath Club, when I got married there. Now that the Bath Club has been modernized a bit I really feel myself being more partial to a venue like the Miami Beach Woman’s Club since they’ve really let the uniqueness and history of the venue take center stage. I can also tell you that the Event Manager at the Woman’s Club, Alison, was actually the EM at our wedding and we absolutely LOVED her, so that’s a huge bonus for couples getting married here. I think their rental fees and catering prices are spot-on, and you cannot beat the location. Guests (especially if coming from out of town) will love staying on Miami Beach. The history, charm, price, and location make this one of the best wedding venues in Miami right now.