After photographing all styles of weddings in different spaces, I’ve become familiar with some of the most amazing and unique wedding venues in Toronto. Each wedding is unique and fits into the venue differently. I love shooting at my favorite venues and and can’t wait to discover each new wedding venue throughout Toronto.
Gold, Green, & Blush Summer Wedding
Funky, Stylish Fall Wedding
Elegant, Bright Wedding
Situated along vibrant Bloor Street/West Annex, The Royal Conservatory of Music is the epitome of a classical wedding venue and serves from 160 to 1,000+ guests. It boasts intricate architectural features, for a dramatic and romantic wedding setting.
Founded in 1886, it has undergone multiple renovations over the centuries and offers a blend of vintage and modern backdrops. The Royal Conservatory of Music moreover sings sweet music to the ears, as the venue’s acoustics are pitch perfect.
The charming labyrinth of garden pathways leading to the University of Toronto offers a whimsical setting for romantic bride and groom portraits.
Bright, Floral April Wedding
Gold & Blush Rainy Wedding
Gold & Coral Outdoor Wedding
Nestled atop Don Valley and sitting on 50 acres of lush blooms, Graydon Hall Manor is a notable historic mansion in Toronto, Ontario which evokes vintage romance. The formal garden area spans four acres with a dazzling display of cascading fountains. It’s a perfect setting for capturing exquisite moments of your magical day.
From small and intimate weddings to over-the-top celebrations, Graydon Hall Manor accommodates 60-200 guests. Enter the stately mansion where you’ll find vintage details to accentuate your photos, including lavish moldings, vaulted ceilings, fireplaces, sunny bay windows, and crystal chandeliers.
Stylish, industrial Summer Wedding
Voted the “best alternative wedding venue” by Canadian Wedding Awards in 2014, The Steam Whistle Brewery is infused with elegant and rustic charm. It’s one of our top picks due to its elaborate details and because many of the original features have been preserved.
Steam Whistle Brewery easily fits small to large wedding parties of 30-500 guests and is reminiscent of an old-school type of love – with a hint of class and sophistication. You’ll love how your wedding photos turn out against the exposed red brick, stately pillars, multi-paneled windows, or high ceilings.
Classic, regal Fall Celebration
Perfect for the modern and sophisticated bride, Malaparte is an upscale restaurant in the heart of Downtown Toronto in the TIFF Bell Lightbox building at King and John. The cityscape views that are visible from the sixth floor where it sits captivates and serves up plenty of opportunities for amazing photographs.
The restaurant is a subsidiary of Oliver & Bonacini Events and Catering, which is renowned for its chic event spaces. There are both indoor and outdoor venue spaces available, including a rooftop terrace and amphitheater. Malaparte can effortlessly fit a total of 200 wedding guests.
Colourful, trendy celebration
Elegant, Tasteful Summer Wedding
Book your dream wedding on top of the city. The eatery is located on the 54th floor of the TD Bank Tower, where the scene simply takes your breath away. Canoe Restaurant is revered for its succulent menu and panoramic views of the city of Toronto. It’s a paradox of sorts – as if it were portraying that opposites attract.
Against the urban landscape and city skyline, there’s also a bounty of natural elements, just like a lake and magnificent greenery. The wedding party is free to take a leisurely stroll to the University of Toronto for additional backdrops. Well-suited for a ritzy and intimate affair, there are two private dining areas to choose from for up to 250 guests. Canoe Restaurant ultimately sets the mood for sparks to fly and cooks up memories that’ll last a lifetime.