Toronto’s Most Unique Outdoor Wedding VenuesA Photographer's Complete Guide

Toronto's most unique outdoor wedding venuesToronto's most unique outdoor wedding venues
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A Photographer’s Complete Guide to the most unique outdoor wedding venues in Toronto

Toronto and its surroundings offer a plethora of unique outdoor wedding venues, each with its own charm and character. Whether you’re envisioning a rooftop terrace, a garden, or a lakeside setting, here are some exceptional options:

  1. The Broadview Hotel (106 Broadview Avenue):
  2. Malaparte (350 King Street West):
    • Situated on the 6th floor of the TIFF Bell Lightbox, Malaparte provides breathtaking views of the bustling King West neighborhood. Its indoor space features floor-to-ceiling windows, and the expansive outdoor terrace allows you to take advantage of the view rain or shine. Perfect for up to 150 seated guests1.
  3. The One Eighty (55 Bloor Street West):
  4. Lavelle (627 King Street West):
  5. Royal Canadian Yacht Club (2 Chippewa Avenue):
  6. Old Mill Toronto (21 Old Mill Road):
    • Nestled along the Humber River, the Old Mill Toronto offers a charming outdoor setting with lush gardens and historic architecture. It’s an idyllic spot for romantic ceremonies and elegant receptions.
  7. Sunnyside Pavilion (1755 Lake Shore Boulevard):
    • Sunnyside Pavilion combines lakefront views with a vintage vibe. Exchange vows on the beach or the pavilion’s terrace, surrounded by greenery and the sound of gentle waves.
  8. Palais Royale (1601 Lakeshore Boulevard):
    • Palais Royale, a waterfront venue, features a grand ballroom and a lakeside patio. The stunning views of Lake Ontario create a magical atmosphere for your special day.

Remember to visit these venues in person to experience their unique ambiance and envision your dream wedding. Happy planning!