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Canada might not be the first country you think of when imagining a destination wedding. But a romantic wedding in the Great White North could include seeing the Northern Lights, being married in a city exuding European charm, or matching your dress to the white winter wonderland surrounds. Here are just some of the most beautiful wedding venues in Canada.
The Fairmont castle at Lake Louise describes itself as “naturally graced with all the elements for a magical celebration. Embraced by [snow-frosted] mountains, glittering glaciers and a sparkling lake, our location will add inspiration to one of the most important days of your life.” The exquisite hotel’s interior is just as extravagant and beautiful as its natural outdoor surroundings. For the ceremony at Château Lake Louise, choose between the ballroom, the terrace, or a lakeside location. If you choose a winter wedding, the hotel has many add-ons, including ice sculptures and enhancements.
Château Frontenac is one of the world’s most photographed hotels. It resembles a hilltop fairytale castle, overlooking the city from its position in Old Quebec. Wedding photos captured around Old Quebec will be breathtaking, thanks to the area’s impressive European-style architecture. Inside the hotel, venue choices include the Grand Ballroom, the Salon Rose Room, and The Cellier Room (Quebec City’s premier wedding venue). The hotel’s award-winning culinary team will also prepare an amazing feast to complement the best day of your lives.
The team at Wickaninnish Inn promise to create a wedding experience so unique that it will be unforgettable, for both you and your guests. The Inn, located in Canada’s surfing capital of Tofino on Vancouver Island, is the best waterfront wedding venue. One of the property’s best aspects is that it has access to the beach, a stunning interior, and forest. Wickaninnish Inn also specializes in keeping guests entertained, whether that includes a spa day for the ladies, organizing a whale-watching excursion, or a Goodbye Brunch.