12 Best Places in Vancouver to Get Married

Posted on May 1, 2017 - Planning on getting hitched? Congratulations!

Whether you just put a ring on it or have been engaged for a while now, planning a wedding is no easy feat. There’s so much to do from guest lists and photographers to flowers and catering. But the very first thing you have to do, after you set a budget of course, is decide where your wedding is going to take place.

Lucky for you, you live in one of the most beautiful cities in the world to get married. A Vancouver wedding may not be a cheap affair but you better believe it’s going to be a gorgeous one. If you’re looking for a place to get married, check out these 12 venues in Vancouver where you can say “I do.”


The Vancouver Club

The Vancouver Club is one of the oldest venues in the heart of the city where you can give your wedding all the old-world charm your heart desires. With multiple indoor venue spaces, the Vancouver Club can accommodate between 30 and 250 guests.

Cecil Green Park House

The Cecil Green Park House is a stunning heritage mansion located on the UBC endowment lands. If you’re looking for a venue with character, not to mention mountain and water views, you’ll find all of that at Cecil Green. Plus they have the most beautiful garden for an outdoor ceremony!

Less than five months until we get to say I Do at this beautiful venue ?

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UBC Boathouse

Who knew UBC had so many great wedding venues? Another favourite for Vancouver couples is the UBC Boathouse located on the banks of the Fraser River. Face the Northshore mountains for your ceremony out on the deck and then head inside for a beautiful reception in a room that is all about the natural light.

Rosewood Hotel Georgia

If you want to get married right in the heart of downtown Vancouver, you’ve got to do it at the Rosewood Hotel Georgia. Enjoy 1920’s meets modern decor, your choice between multiple ballrooms and the convenience of having a hotel for your guests in the same building as your wedding.

Vancouver Aquarium

Did you know you could get married with the fish? If you’re into marine animals, there’s no better place to say your I do’s, feast and dance than at the Vancouver Aquarium. And if you’re having a huge wedding, you even have the option of renting out the entire aquarium which can seat 2000 guests.

Hycroft Manor

The University Women’s Club of Vancouver at Hycroft Manor is one of the most elegant and historic wedding venues in the city. If you’re looking for a dreamy and romantic venue for your intimate wedding, Hycroft Manor is the place for you.

"Love comforteth like sunshine after rain." -Shakespeare

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Ferguson Point in Stanley Park

Who wouldn’t want to get married in a place that boasts the best sunset views in Vancouver? Ferguson Point in Stanley Park is a unique outdoor setting with the perfect mountain and ocean views. But if you want to get married here, you’ll need a permit from the city first!

Ceremony at Ferguson Point with @revelevents on Saturday was ??#stephsweddingdave

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Stanley Park Pavilion

Another stunning wedding venue in Stanley Park is the historic Stanley Park Pavilion. This beautiful heritage building allows you to have your ceremony on the lawn and then head inside to the ballroom or tea room for your reception. The Stanley Park Pavilion has also won top venue honours at the BC Wedding Awards numerous times cementing it as a winning choice.

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Brock House

Nestled along Jericho Beach is Brock House, a heritage mansion that serves as a restaurant and has a beautiful outdoor space for you to say your vows underneath the trees while overlooking the mountains and the ocean. Does it get more picturesque than this?


Granville Island restaurant Bridges is ready to host the ultimate wedding with a view. Head upstairs to check out their floor to ceiling windows, industrial decor and amazing views of False Creek, the Burrard St Bridge and the Granville Island marina.

Grouse Mountain

Want to get married on the top of a mountain? Get hitched at Grouse Mountain for the best city views and a unique venue your guests will never forget. With multiple indoor and outdoor spaces to choose from, you’ll be able to handpick your perfect backdrop and maybe fit in a quick ski break.

Celebration Pavilion

If you want to go high but maybe not to the mountaintop, check out Celebration Pavilion in Queen Elizabeth Park as it is the highest point in central Vancouver. Get ready for spectacular views and a contemporary indoor outdoor wedding venue.

B + M – all smiles after officially becoming husband and wife #wedding #vancouverphotographers

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We told you Vancouver was full of gorgeous places to make your love official. Where would you want to get married in the city?

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