Your wedding day is a special celebration, and you want everything to be just right—from the menu to the decorations to the guest list. Finding the right event space that will leave warm memories of the big day is one of the first steps.
It’s easy to find a unique wedding venue that matches your bridal style. The venues below are sure to do just that.
The Arts & Letters Club
This historical building on Elm Street is an intimate and cozy space with charm and ambiance. Impressive artwork and intricate details make this venue perfect, along with its close proximity to outdoor photography sites, such as Trinity College and the University of Toronto campus.
Boasting original works of art that are sure to catch the eye, its Tudor-style Great Hall on the first floor is complete with cathedral ceilings, a grand piano, and a fireplace. Right outside is a bar and seating area that gives off a warm environment and cozy appeal.
Casa Loma is more than a historical attraction: You can create your storybook wedding here. The elegance of the Great Hall, combined with two areas perfect for hosting a reception or ceremony, make this a truly unique wedding venue.
The Library has rich wood finishes, while the Conservatory features lush gardens, marble flooring, and a stained-glass ceiling. There’s no need for additional décor when the place itself is already so beautiful. For unforgettable ambiance, cuisine, and service, you’ve come to the right place.
Mimico Cruising Club
A mere ten minutes from the bustle of Toronto is the Mimico Cruising Club in the heart of Humber Bay Park. This beautiful setting features great views, providing an oasis in the city and catering to those who like being on the water. This unique wedding venue even offers a desirable waterfront ceremony on the lawn as an option.
Harbour views provide a tranquil atmosphere, surrounding the guests and the wedding party with a combination of calm water and manicured gardens. For party-pleasing wedding ideas and outstanding skyline views, host an intimate wedding reception and ceremony here.
The Royal Conservatory of Music
This classic Toronto venue is timeless and elegant for the diehard romantics. It looks good on its own or with subtle decorations—think of adding flowers and garden elements. The various galleries overlooking Bloor St. can be enjoyed in the floating glass box in the trees, or wedding parties can opt for the Upper Level theatre to host their special day.
Toronto has a never-ending list of creative event spaces. Sandbox is one such option, located at the base of the Cinema Tower in the Entertainment district. This flexible space is easily adaptable for any event, ready to mold to your unique wedding venue theme. Sandbox presents plenty of opportunities to decorate the space however you want for a day that will be unforgettable.
Steam Whistle Brewery
A brewery reception is more than a unique wedding venue—it’s fun. Hold the ceremony at Toronto’s Roundhouse Park before moving inside the Hall for the reception. This indoor/outdoor feature give wedding guests the best of both worlds. Get ready for rustic country charm with exposed brick walls and a hardwood ceiling.
The Hall incorporates both modern and traditional elements that juxtapose the city landscape with the country. An open outdoor patio shows off the beautiful city skyline. It’s a loft-like venue ready to decorate any way you’ve envisioned.
An urban barn in the middle of the city lends new flair to a wedding venue. This former transit hub has been converted into an event space, with renovations resulting in exposed brick, steel beams, and plenty of space, making it a unique wedding venue.
High ceilings and ample space make this venue perfect for a rustic and chic barnyard wedding while remaining in the heart of the city.