Mention a wedding in Ontario and most people think of Niagara Falls, "the world's most famous address." For decades people have honeymooned in this beautiful city. The most popular attraction is the falls but there are plenty of other locations within this city to celebrate your most special day. Popular locations for weddings and receptions in Niagara Falls include the Queens Landing Inn, The Pillar and Post Inn and the Prince of Wales Hotel. Guests will also enjoy visiting the falls, local casinos and riding on the Maid of the Mist or taking the Journey Behind The Falls.
The city of Toronto's name means, "meeting place," and was so named by the Huron Indians. The city was named the town of York in 1793 and later Toronto when it was incorporated in 1834. Popular Ontario wedding venues in Toronto and nearby Milton and Oakville include the gorgeous lakeside Atlantis Pavilions and Tall Ship Kajama, The Estates of Sunnybrook and Spectacular Embers. These locations offer unique formal reception areas that will make your big day a memorable one. There are over one hundred wedding and reception venues in these historic cities.
Burlington, Hamilton and Ancaster Ontario have beautiful historical locations to hold an Ontario wedding. These cities are located around a large bay that makes the area an international port. Popular locations in these cities include the Ancaster Old Mill Inn and the Maplewood-Hamilton Conservation Authority. The city of Cambridge has a beautiful gazebo location at Westfield Heritage Village. Guests will enjoy this region no matter what time of year your Ontario wedding is held. Jet ski, snow ski, hike and bike through this renowned region.
Mississauga was formed in 1974 and is the sixth fastest growing city in Canada. Lakefront parks make this a popular destination for lakeside weddings and receptions. Beautiful Mississauga locations to hold an Ontario wedding include the spacious Pavilion Royale, the Tower Garden Banquets facility, Delta Meadowvale Resort, Novotel Mississauga and Conference Center and the intimate Waterside Inn.
Plan the ideal honeymoon after your Ontario wedding with a romantic vacation. Take a relaxing cruise on the Royal Mail Ship Segwun, enjoy over sixteen theatre venues in this province or stroll through the wine country in Prince Edward County, Pelee Island and Lake Erie's North Shore. If gastronomic adventures are more to your liking you will enjoy the farmers markets, cheesemongers and butchers located throughout Toronto, Ottawa, Stratford and Muskoka. These areas are known for their chef's schools, bakeries, bistros and landscapes. Couples can also enjoy many outdoor adventures from boating and golfing to skiing and ice-skating in this region.
Ontario bridal event planners both inside and outside of Canada love to plan their client's weddings, receptions and honeymoon getaways in this scenic area. Consider planning your wedding in Ontario and enjoy the many beautiful things this region has to offer.