Vancouver Wedding Venues

Vancouver, BC Wedding Venues
 
Canada:  Vancouver, BC
 
Vancouver offers a picture-perfect setting for weddings with its surrounding mountains, coasts, and parks. 
 
Vancouver wedding venues offer waterfront views, elegant outdoor wedding ceremony locations, and greenery.  As a major metropolitan area, skyscrapers also adorn the Vancouver skyline.
 
In fact, Vancouver is the largest metropolitan area in Western Canada and the third most populous city in Canada.  People in the city enjoy the outdoors with a variety of places to hike, bike, swim, and golf.  The city also has many art galleries (one of the largest is the Vancouver Art Gallery) and world-class museums. 
 
You’ll find a great selection of seafood, craft beers, and cuisines that reflect Vancouver’s multicultural population.  You’ll also find some of the best Asian dining options.  Vancouver has many neighbourhoods that provide a diverse selection of wedding ceremony and reception venues for your special day.

Weather in Vancouver for Wedding Planning
 
During the winter, Vancouver is often rainy.  January is usually the coldest month.  In the spring, the weather gets warmer and Vancouver has less rain.  The warmest months in Vancouver are during July and August, which is also the height of the city’s tourist season.  In the fall months, you’ll see beautiful natural foliage and it is generally dry.  Overall, Vancouver has a temperate climate.

Wedding Transportation in Vancouver
 
For wedding guests travelling to Vancouver, the Vancouver International Airport is about a 25-minute drive from downtown. 
 
Vancouver has many transportation options.  Guests can take a taxi or a rental car.  Public transportation options include SkyTrain, buses, SeaBus shuttles, and ferries.       
 
Vancouver’s Neighbourhoods
 
Downtown and the West End
 
This neighbourhood is conveniently located at the heart of Vancouver’s many attractions, dining, and entertainment options.
 
One of the most popular landmarks in the Downtown neighbourhood is Canada Place.  The waterfront Pan Pacific Hotel Vancouver venue, which overlooks the harbor, is also located at Canada Place. 
 
Downtown Vancouver has many hotel wedding venues, including the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver, Rosewood Hotel Georgia, and Wedgewood Hotel & Spa.
 
Stanley Park, which is about a 10-minute drive from downtown, can also offer a scenic setting for your wedding day.  For a unique wedding venue, the Vancouver Aquarium in Stanley Park offers an underwater oasis wedding backdrop. 
 
In terms of lodging, Downtown Vancouver and the West End has many options for your wedding guests.  The West End is a residential area that has many shops, cafes, and restaurants that guests can enjoy and explore. 
 
Gastown and Chinatown
 
You can find a wide selection of restaurants and bars in the historic neighbourhood of Gastown. Next to Gastown is Vancouver’s Chinatown, a great place for authentic Asian cuisine.
 
In Chinatown, you’ll discover a unique and culturally enchanting wedding venue – the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden.  With an architectural style dating back to China’s Ming Dynasty, the venue combines elegant charm with elements of nature.
 
Yaletown
 
Yaletown is a great area for dining.  Yaletown used to be an industrial district, but is now a commercial district.  Reflective of the modern style of Yaletown, the Opus Hotel Vancouver offers a stylish wedding venue.

For an intimate wedding, Brix & Mortar offers event spaces for your wedding ceremony and reception.
 
The West Side (Kitsilano and Cambie Corridor)
 
If you’re looking for a waterfront venue for your wedding, the Vancouver Maritime Museum in Kitsilano is another unique choice.
 
Another museum with indoor and outdoor wedding event spaces is the Museum of Vancouver in Kitsilano’s Vanier Park.  If you’re looking for a venue with floor-to-ceiling windows, you can check out The Boathouse in Kitsilano.
 
In Vancouver’s West Side, you’ll also find beautiful gardens and parks for your wedding ceremony, such as the VanDusen Botanical Garden in the Cambie Corridor.  Are you interested in an outdoor wedding?  Queen Elizabeth Park offers stunning views and is a great place for wedding photos with friends and family.
 
Granville Island
 
Granville Island is a peninsula located across from False Creek.  In Granville Island, you’ll find a popular food market, performing arts theatres, and diverse shops.  For weddings, you can take a look at the Granville Island Hotel.