Toronto's Best Wedding Venues

I am so excited to share this blog post with you today! This has been 7 years in the making! Selecting a venue is by far one of the most important decisions in the wedding planning process. So much pivots on where you choose to host your wedding. With over 200 weddings under our belt, we’ve planned and worked at a ton of wedding venues in Toronto and the GTA. Over the years, some venues have stuck out in my mind as the best of the best the city has to offer. I’ve put together my (personal) list of Toronto’s best wedding venues. From atmosphere, to staff, to food - I’ve considered all the important elements to create this extensive list. Enjoy!

 

Graydon Hall

PROS: Top notch service and food, unique manor feel, stunning gardens

 

The Burroughes Building

PROS: BYOB, great patio overlooking the city, full of character, photogenic brick feature wall, great views of downtown Toronto

image by  Christine Lim

image by Christine Lim

 

Brickworks

PROS: Outdoor space and located centrally, large capacity, transformable space, your event helps generate revenues to deliver onsite programming that support Evergreen’s mission of inspiring action to green cities

image by  Artiese Studios
 

Airship 37

PROS: BYOB, blank canvas, chairs and string lighting are included, budget friendly

image by  Magnolia Studios
 

Storys

PROS: Chic loft vibe, amazing food, they include a lot in their package so it reduces chance of surprise costs, great views of downtown

image by  Nikki Mills

image by Nikki Mills

 

Royal Conservatory of Music

PROS: Modern and unique, you can choose your own caterer from their preferred list, amazing views and natural light, transformable space

image by  Mango Studios

image by Mango Studios

 

District 28

PROS: Their chairs, tables and string lighting are included which helps a lot with the budget, off the beaten track, blank canvas

 

Omni King Edward Crystal Ballroom

PROS: Exceptional service and staff, classic vibe, incredible views of the city

image by  Mango Studios

image by Mango Studios

 

Steam Whistle

PROS: BYOB (except for the beer of course), character filled so you don’t need a lot to transform the space, great list of caterers to choose from

image by  Olive Studio

image by Olive Studio

 

Fermenting Cellars

PROS: Historic venue, in-house lighting totally transforms the space and is customizable, guests choose meal night of (restaurant style service), opportunity to rig and hang decor from ceiling

image by  Mango Studios

image by Mango Studios

 

The Great Hall

PROS: Unique vibe with several different rooms onsite, option to choose from large list of caterers, blank canvas

image by  Magnolia Studios
 

2nd Floor Events

PROS: Lots of character, the NICEST staff, great food, also you don’t need to spend too much on decor since the space is already lovely

image by  TJ Tindale

image by TJ Tindale

 

SYMES

PROS: Large capacity, unique industrial vibe, great list of preferred caterers

image via  Symes

image via Symes