The big day that you have long dreamed of is finally about to be here. It seems like you are walking on clouds, and the sky looks brighter. You particularly notice the skies because you love the outdoors. You love the feel of the breeze against your skin and the warmth of the sun too. Then, your moment of realization comes! You would love an outdoor wedding! I mean, why not as you’re here in Toronto, Ontario, with some of the most beautiful scenic views. Honestly, it seems like there are so many, and you can’t seem to choose. Well, read on for some beautiful choices but with vivid descriptions that will help you make that crucial decision. We even arranged it from more to less, concerning the capacity for guests of the venue. I mean, it’s your big day, and you deserve the best!
IN THIS ARTICLE
- 1 Hotel X (111 Princes Boulevard)
- 2 Artscape Gibraltar Point (443 Lakeshore Avenue)
- 3 Lavelle (627 King Street West)
- 4 Palais Royale (1601 Lakeshore Boulevard)
- 5 Evergreen Brick Works (550 Bayview Avenue)
- 6 Royal Canadian Yacht Club (2 Chippewa Avenue)
- 7 Globe and Mail Centre (351 King Street East)
- 8 Boxcar Social (235 Queens Quay West)
- 9 Against the Grain (25 Dockside Drive)
- 10 Park Hyatt Toronto (4 Avenue Road)
- 11 Sunnyside Pavilion (1755 Lake Shore Boulevard)
Hotel X (111 Princes Boulevard)
For starters, we will be looking at this trendy new hotel located west of the financial district. Hotel X offers that beautiful view and backdrop that you want to see in your wedding photos later on. It is flexible in its usage as it provides a nice, large function space, Stanley Square Gardens, and smaller rooms for your choice. This large function space can fit up to 4000 guests. If that isn’t a whopping number, I don’t know what is. Hotel X boasts of a rooftop patio and terrace, which has the loveliest view! It’ll surely keep you reminiscing years down the line. In the background is a view of the lake and the city’s skyscrapers for your viewing pleasure. A significant plus is that it’s a hotel, so no problem with housing for your guest!
Artscape Gibraltar Point (443 Lakeshore Avenue)
Have you ever considered an Island wedding and can’t seem to get the right one? Lucky for you, we have several more here. Let’s see what Artscape Gibraltar Point has in store for us first. The whole island experience you are looking forward to and more can be found here. Sandy shores, trees littered about, the sky, lake Ontario and the cool air. A place to be one with and in nature. It’s capacity is 2000 guests with 46 acres of land. However, there is an indoor space available if you’re tilting towards that. It has a guest capacity of 270. This indoor option also has an awe-inspiring parkland view.
Lavelle (627 King Street West)
This 500 guests capacity space comes with is another jaw-dropping view. A view like the one on the rooftop of Lavelle, which gives you a 360 of the city, wants to invite wedding guests too anytime. The venue has an outdoor pool, a lounge, and a seated restaurant so that you can go all the way with this one. The ease that this venue will come with is a considerable point.
Palais Royale (1601 Lakeshore Boulevard)
Here is another one for the water lovers. On the West end of Lakeshore sits a 4,000 square-foot space. In it sits a two-tier courtyard patio, which can comfortably have 318 standing outdoor guests. A plus is the breathtaking art-deco ballroom with has a capacity for 400 seated guests or 800 for a cocktail reception.
Evergreen Brick Works (550 Bayview Avenue)
With different types of open-air and covered outdoor spaces overlooking the ponds and quarry garden, Ever Brick Works is such a great wedding venue. Being a converted industrial site at the heart of the city is enormous if one is out for eco-focused locations. Looking for an eco-focused outdoor wedding venue in the heart of the town. There is a team on the ground that is ready to help you plan your event in any of the spaces you choose, from the 2000 people capacity to smaller choices. So you can tick of flexibility with freedom and a stunning view.
Royal Canadian Yacht Club (2 Chippewa Avenue)
This is another island venue located on Toronto Island. For the city lovers who would still love a nice getaway, this venue is a fusion of the city and the enthralling lake Ontario. The maritime design indoors is also a great option with the ability to contain 400 guests. This is if they don’t want to be outdoors and enjoy the view entirely. The Canadian Yacht Club boasts easily of the best of both worlds with the indoor-outdoor, city-nature look.
Globe and Mail Centre (351 King Street East)
The Globe and Mail Centre is a stunning Toronto wedding venue with stellar views of the city and the lake, thanks to its spot on King Street East. It has a contemporary ambiance and is well equipped with floor-to-ceiling windows so you can see all of the city’s beauty. There’s also a patio that you can use if the weather is nice on your wedding day. It’s a pretty sizeable space and can accommodate 400 guests for a standing reception or 300 guests for a seated event.
This is another venue that is worth looking into. Boxcar social’s Harbourfront will keep your guests entranced. The location is just south of the Financial District for those who want to hold on to the downtown core and experience the lakefront view. The interior is so modern and hip, with a fantastic patio. We recommend getting both as it is indeed Beautiful. This space will then be able to hold 225 for a standing reception or 110 seating guests.
Against the Grain (25 Dockside Drive)
Located in the Corus Entertainment building, Against the Grain is a venue with amazing views. With the added advantage of them catering for your event, this Toronto waterfront wedding venue has a patio that is almost at the tip of Lake Ontario. You should be guaranteed 300 guests from a full buyout of the venue. Be ready for those modern industrial – chic vibes oozing out of the space. This is a kind of space that is hard to find. You can check it out since it’s a restaurant. It can also cater to your event.
Park Hyatt Toronto (4 Avenue Road)
Located in the Yorkville neighborhood, the 18th floor of the venue will make a beautiful wedding venue. Boasting an indoor space to shield you from the unpredictable elements and a wrap around terrace, the view from here is so uniquely fantastic. You get to see from Queen’s park to the CN Tower, all in a single venue. The number of guests it can hold however, is 120, so be watchful on the planning. This is great for someone who wants a smaller event.
Sunnyside Pavilion (1755 Lake Shore Boulevard)
Speaking of fewer guests, this venue gives will give you that cozy, intimate vibe if that’s what you want to go for. With a breathtaking view of the beach as your backdrop, your wedding memories will always seem like paradise. It can hold up to 70 to 90 guests in its intricately designed ornate archways, delectable gardens, and that great view of the sparkling waters of Lake Ontario. It is known to have formerly been a changing facility for beachgoers before it was converted. That beach garden of your dreams will sit perfectly in this epic outdoor venue.
In conclusion, if you’re looking for that scenic view here in Toronto Ontario, then you now have these wide varieties to choose from. From beaches, to patios, to terraces and indoor spaces with great views, it will surely give your wedding that dazzling touch.