ALTERNATIVE wedding VENUES

IN SOUTHWESTERN ONTARIO

These are not all our photos - we have borrowed photos to illustrate your different options! Photo credit to the venues & photogs that snapped these.

These are not your every day Wedding locations -
but ooze character and class...


Sunnyside pavillion - unique greece inspired + summery

TORONTO on the water

I've always wanted to shoot a wedding here! This venue has SO much potential - it's a hidden gem that is Toronto's best kept secret! With gorgeous styling (we can help!) this place can be transformed into a getaway venue - you'll feel like you're getting married in Greece or Argentina! 
There actually used to be Grand beach parties held here in the 1920’s! The rental fee is so much more affordable than other venues at $2,500 for courtyard or terrace and catering is done in-house. You can bring your own catering in but again, they will charge you a fee - not sure what this is.  The thing to look out for with a venue like Sunnyside, is you will need to arrange things like tables & linens like most non-hall weddings... but with a planner (or us!) it'll be a dream!

FOUR SEAsONS - MODERN CHIC WEDDINGS

Toronto - Downtown

If you're looking for chic, glam ambience and a COOL experience for your wedding guests - look no further.

hacienda sarria - a bit of tuscany in canada = heaven

hamilton

I would potentially get married here if I were to do it all over! With the most gorgeous courtyard surrounded by romantic arches, Hacienda Sarria is a hidden gem. Take your guests on a romantic experience, with tuscan details, candle light, and timeliness draping. Oh my heart.

THE GREAT HALL

toronto

This bright blank-slate space hosts events, bands, shoots and...weddings! Oh the light!

THE ago - art gallery of ontario 

Toronto - downtown

For the badass couple. Modern, chic, and totally a unique and cool experience for your guests.

THE FERMENTING CELLaR 

Toronto 

With gorgeous aged wall textures, and character, the fermenting cellar looks much as it did when it first opened in January 1861. Used to ferment wine by the gallons, it has since been transformed into the most unique event platform in Toronto. From heavy timber beams and trusses to the original Kingston limestone walls, The Fermenting Cellar offers a totally memorable atmosphere.