There are so many options for wedding venues and once engaged you will begin to ask yourself the question where should we exchange vows. Everyone you ask will think they have the perfect wedding venue idea but ultimately it is your wedding and you get to choose the best wedding venue for your wedding.
Most Groom and bride want their wedding to be distinctive and special. There is nothing wrong with getting married in a traditional church setting like your grandparent or your parents did, in fact, it is kind of special.
Best Toronto wedding venue the loft
The perfect wedding venue to most GTA couple is The Loft on King Street is the perfect wedding venue for hosting fairytale weddings without needing to leave downtown. A stunning mix of heritage architecture with modern furnishings allows for any style of celebration, from the ultra-chic to the farmhouse rustic, and everything in between.
But some couples just want an unusual wedding experience. One way to create special and distinct wedding is to choose a unique wedding venue. A couple in the UK decided to swap their vows while standing on the outside of two airplane’s wing. In fact, the bride and groom each stood on their own separate plane on either side of the pastor who was on a third plane performing the ceremony. The three planes remained airborne for the entire ceremony with the audience watching from below. Groom Darrien McWalters and the bride Katie Hodges loved looking down on the family members who observe the ceremony of the couple. One has to wonder how the couple felt upon hearing the words you might now kiss the bride. Rain and heavy winds cut the ceremony short. The couple said they got engaged in the Brazilian rain forest and they had to top this experience for their wedding. The bride said that as a young girl she never dreamt of have a wedding on the outside of a flying plane.
Our next couple exchanged rings in another more extreme wedding venue. The Nepalese couple climb 29,035 feet to the top of Mt. Everest with 45 other climbers. The couple and their guest could only remain at the summit for 10 minutes to take pictures and exchange wedding vows. It is hard to discover a description of what the bride wore. Although there were several brief blurbs relating to this wedding. The couple took off oxygen masks enough to swap vows and pictures were taken, but there wasn’t time since the thin air made it dangerous for the couple to enjoy the view for more than 10 minutes.
Jason and Rachel Storm from the United States chose an unusual place for their wedding and reception. This wedding venue gives a whole new meaning to this couple’s promises of till death do us part. In fact, family members and friends were so shaken by this venue that the couple had to promise that there will be no coffins or corpses present throughout the ceremony and the reception. It does make you wonder if the couple used Lilies as part of the wedding table decorations and precisely where these flowers came from.
Trisha Esteppe and Tyre Henderson chose to swap vows in this place where they met and worked. The full-service wedding was done just steps away from the counter where clients were getting their happy meals. Everything would have been perfect if Ronald McDonald had been the best man. Several people have also tied this knot in this Absolute Ice bar in London. While many consider this a strange place, pictures really show this bar to be an excellent venue for a romantic wedding. How can you resist dressing like Cinderella and get married in an ice crystal palace? Bear in mind that there are so many truly unique wedding venue that couples can use for a wedding without going to extremes. The main thing is saying those vows that make you man and wife.
The Loft on King Street the perfect modern wedding venue
Host your special day in an equally special location located in the heart of downtown Toronto. Your wedding is one of the most important days of your life – a time to celebrate your love and commitment with those you love the most. To ensure your day is one of your dreams, you need a venue that can live on in you and your guests’ minds for years to come.
The Loft on King Street is the perfect wedding venue for hosting fairytale weddings without needing to leave downtown. A stunning mix of heritage architecture with modern furnishings allows for any style of celebration, from the ultra-chic to the farmhouse rustic, and everything in between.
The Loft On King Street resides in one of the most beautiful historic buildings in the city, occupying the third floor of a converted warehouse. Originally built in 1844, the building has transitioned from a carriage and luxury auto body manufacturing facility into a gorgeous example of restored Toronto architecture.
Featuring plenty of original exposed brick and wooden roof beams, space exudes sophistication and excitement. The long layout of the building is ideally suited to host both wedding ceremonies and receptions alike, allowing the newlyweds to take center stage amongst their friends and family.