Getting married? Looking for a great wedding venue? Toronto has some of the best wedding venues available. We have listed some of these popular wedding ceremony venues below.
Ever thought of a castle wedding? Casa Loma is a castle in the middle of the city. A magical place with stables, secret passageways, turrets and 5 acres of gardens. This offers a surprisingly affordable wedding venue in a regal setting.
The Carlu is great for a luxury wedding. Step back in time to the 1930s offering world-class style and service of an era gone by. This is an exclusive wedding venue and is a gracious oasis in downtown Toronto.
The Elgin and Wintergarden Theatre offers you an elegant wedding venue with two Edwardian auditoriums to choose from. It has a whimsical atmosphere and a magical décor that make it a beautiful wedding venue.
The Japanese Canadian Cultural is a lovely and unique wedding venue. The architecture of the cultural center is both modern and rooted in Japanese style. Both large and small wedding receptions can be accommodated at this affordable wedding ceremony site.
The Design Exchange is housed in the former 1937 Stock Exchange building. It is now the heart of design in Canada and is a unique wedding venue. It is a popular wedding venue whether you are planning a small intimate wedding ceremony or a large glamorous wedding reception.
The Enoch Turner Schoolhouse is a charming and beautifully restored Victorian School House built in 1848. It is a small, romantic and inexpensive wedding venue.
The Distillery District, Toronto Life Magazine calls it "the hippest address in town". Originally a thriving whiskey distillery, it has now been transformed into a village entirely dedicated to arts, culture and entertainment. Their buildings offer some of the best wedding event facilities in the city and a really fun place for the ceremony or reception.
The Edward Day Gallery is a commercial contemporary art gallery. All art exhibits remain intact for the duration of your wedding, making this an original and unique wedding venue.
The Richmond is Toronto's first Green Venue. The Richmond is committed to reducing the environmental footprint of each event to a minimum. The event space is a blank canvas in a gallery setting. This is unique wedding venue for small inexpensive wedding receptions.
Massey Hall and Roy Thomson Hall are two of Toronto's landmark concert and event venues. These venues offer unique wedding event spaces for large wedding receptions in Toronto's downtown core.
Toronto Bata Shoe Museum an unusual venue that offers a dramatic setting for small wedding receptions and ceremonies. The building is in a modern style that features details forged in glass, steel, leather and wood. It offers a memorable and unique wedding venue.
The Rosehill is a stylish venue that is centrally located in midtown Toronto. For an intimate wedding, the Rosehill effortlessly combines elegance with versatility. It is one of Toronto's "hidden gems" of small inexpensive wedding venues.
The Royal Ontario Museum is a wedding venue that surrounds your wedding guests with the priceless collections of Canada's largest museum. This is a truly beautiful wedding party venue that will leave a lasting impression on your guests.
The St. Lawrence Hall is an elegant wedding venue. Guests walk up the grand staircase to the Great Hall with its huge gas-lit chandelier and into a world of red plush furnishings and fine paintings and décor. It is a beautiful and luxurious wedding party venue.
George Brown House was built in 1876 for the founder of The Globe newspaper. This carefully restored mansion offers four private rooms available to rent. Decorated in period style and complemented by modern amenities this venue offers a gracious and intimate setting for your wedding.
The Estates of Sunnybrook hosts small weddings from 25 to 150 guests in two historic mansions set on 42 acres of landscaped gardens. Whether you are looking for an outdoor summer garden wedding, or a cozy indoor winter wedding ceremony, the Estates of Sunnybrook offer you an elegant wedding venue environment.
Most of these venues offer one stop shopping including catering, rentals, staffing, insurance liquor permits, and gratuities. These venues also have a preferred list of photographers, videographers, wedding planners, DJs' musicians, wedding cake designers, table linen, chair covers, florists, and decorators they recommend and use frequently.
With all these Toronto wedding venues to choose from you can be sure to have a wedding ceremony and reception truly beyond the ordinary and an experience to be remembered by all in the years to come.