One of the most historic buildings in Cocoa , On January 6, 1986, it was
added to the U.S. National Register of Historic PlacesCocoa. Built in 1916
by Edward Postell Porcher as a home for his wife, Byrnina M. Peck, the
historic house is an excellent example of twentieth century classical revival
architecture, adapted to the Florida climate. The ten bedroom house is
composed of native coquina rock, and finished in the interior with teak, oak,
and cedar. The Porcher family were Brevard's largest citrus growers, and
Mr. Porcher was the first to wash, inspect and grade his citrus crop. His
wife had her own career as the first postmistress of Merritt Island.
There is nowhere more romantic and elegant than Porcher House for such
a special occasion as your wedding or wedding reception. The ambiance
and atmosphere offer a setting so very special that there is no place to
compare or compete in this area.

Our Wedding Location
We've shot a few wedding together over the past few years. Although
all of the locations were beautiful, none of them were as memerable as
the Porcher House.
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