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.”
Over the years the pavilions have become much-photographed Seaside, Florida landmarks. Now, the pavilions have become much sought-after wedding destinations. Never before available to the public, Tupelo Pavilion and the beach are available as a wedding destination through Homeowner's Collection. Tupelo Pavilion and the beach are the perfect location for larger wedding ceremonies with the Seaside beach and stunning sunsets as your backdrop. A Tupelo Pavilion beach ceremony have the capacity for 100 persons.
Tupelo Street Venue Photography: $500 (Photography includes Pavilion, Gazebo, Rosewalk, and Beach. )