Vancouver Wedding Venues
You are probably searching for a beautiful place in Vancouver, British Columbia to get married.
We are writing this for you, and we are glad you found this!
We’re Vancouver wedding photographers and this area is one of our favourites in the world! From Vancouver to Pemberton and Whistler, of course, are places we absolutely love to shoot wedding, engagements or elopements.
Why we love Vancouver?
First of all, Vancouver is located in the Beautiful British Columbia, with majestic mountains, sparkling ocean, rainforests and beautiful foliage throughout all four seasons make Vancouver one of the most beautiful cities in the world, we bet you love there as much as we do. They have all sorts of venues including national parks, boutique hotels, clubs, and even historic locations. They are actually great for photos and great places for photos on your Getting Ready on your wedding day. As wedding photographers, this place has everything! Gorgeous scenery framed by the Pacific Ocean and Coast Mountains, Vancouver’s meandering oceanside pathways. As photographers, this place allows us to be very creative, with one of the best views in the world!
Also, Vancouver offer wedding venues with so many options like indoor or outdoor ceremony, small intimate weddings or wedding for a large group, Vancouver is very accommodating.
Vancouver Wedding Venues List
Stanley Park Weddings
Stanley Park is a 405-hectare public park that borders the downtown of Vancouver and is almost entirely surrounded by waters of Vancouver Harbour and English Bay.
Stanley Park Pavilion
Elegant venue for events/weddings with a ballroom & tearoom, plus a relaxed restaurant with a patio.
Cheerful spot in the park offering refined seafood & New Canadian cuisine, with brunch & cocktails.
Museum of Anthropology at UBC Wedding
Cleveland Park Field Wedding
Hycroft Manor Wedding
University Women's Club of Vancouver
Marine Building Wedding
According to the architects John McCarter and George Nairne, the building was intended to evoke “some great crag rising from the sea, clinging with sea flora and fauna, tinted in sea-green, touched with gold.” The ornamental, art deco-style building features intricately carved fish, seahorses, crabs, seaweeds and a King Neptune, while the walls are inlaid with 12 varieties of local hardwoods.