Toronto Wedding Venues

Toronto Wedding Venues
 
Canada:  Toronto, ON
 
Whether you’re looking for a wedding venue with waterfront views, distinctive interior and exterior designs, or located in the heart of downtown, Toronto has a diverse selection of wedding event spaces to choose from.
 
Toronto is Canada’s largest city and it is about an hour and a half away from Niagara Falls, where many couples go on their honeymoon.
 
Toronto also has a great arts and culture scene.  The city has many museums, galleries, parks, and theatres.  In addition to hosting the star-studded Toronto International Film Festival in September, Toronto also hosts many multicultural festivals each year.
 
The city’s multicultural diversity is also reflected in each of Toronto’s distinctive neighbourhoods. 
 
Weather in Toronto for Wedding Planning
 
In the summer, Toronto is warmest in June, July, and August.  During the fall, the weather gets colder.  In the winter, Toronto’s temperature can drop below freezing and the city also sees snow.  In the spring, Toronto sees a little snow at times and gets warmer in late spring.
 
Wedding Transportation in Toronto
 
If you have wedding guests travelling to Toronto, the Pearson International Airport is about 30 to 40 minutes away from downtown.
 
Toronto’s transportation options for guests include:  taxis, rental cars, limousines, and rideshares.  Public transportation options include subway, buses, and streetcars operated by the Toronto Transit Commission.  There is also train service provided by VIA Rail and Go Transit.
 
Toronto’s Neighbourhoods
 
Harbourfront
 
Wedding venues in Harbourfront have great views of the city and Lake Ontario is the perfect backdrop. 
 
Wedding guests can catch breathtaking views of Toronto from the CN Tower, which is currently among the top ten tallest towers in the world.  Harbourfront also has popular family attractions for out-of-town guests, such as Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada.
 
If you’re looking for a wedding venue with waterfront views, the Westin Harbour Castle offers banquet rooms with scenic views and natural light.  The Westin Harbour Castle also has an outdoor terrace for outdoor weddings.  The Delta Toronto Hotel also offers stunning views.
 
Distillery District
 
You’ll find a piece of Toronto’s history through the Victorian architecture in the Distillery District.  The Distillery District has aesthetically unique wedding venues that couples can tailor for their special day.
 
If you’re looking for an intimate wedding venue, Arta Gallery provides an elegant setting.
 
There are also many unique shops in this neighbourhood.  If you’re hungry after all your wedding planning, check out the world-famous St. Lawrence Market.  You can pick up some Canadian bacon and other delicious treats.
 
Downtown Toronto and Yonge-Dundas Square Area
 
Attracting the highest number of visitors in Toronto, the CF Toronto Eaton Centre is the largest shopping mall in downtown with over 200 stores.  Sports fans can also visit the Hockey Hall of Fame, which showcases Canada’s most popular sport.
 
Downtown Toronto offers wedding event venues with a convenient location and wonderful wedding photo opportunities.
 
Yonge-Dundas Square is also a popular tourist attraction that hosts concerts in the summer.
 
Chinatown, Queen Street West, and The East End
 
Toronto’s original Chinatown offers many Chinese restaurants and is close to public transportation.  In Queen Street West, the distinctive wedding event spaces reflect the area’s bohemian and rustic vibe.
 
In the East End, you’ll discover many diverse groups of communities in this area.  Shops and restaurants reflect the communities in this area and you can sample many different ethnic cuisines.  You’ll also find wedding event spaces with unique interior designs and outdoor spaces for your wedding ceremony and reception.
 
Yorkville and The Annex
 
Yorkville is an upscale neighbourhood where you can find stylish shops and cafes. In Yorkville, you’ll find wedding venues with natural light and that are great for intimate weddings.
 
The Annex neighbourhood, which is close to the University of Toronto, has wedding event spaces with distinctive architectural styles and decor.