A newly engaged couple can choose between six unique Berkeley Events Downtown Toronto event spaces. Based on your wedding style, size, theme and personalization of your day, one of the venues could be your perfect match.

The Berkeley Bicycle Club is a Romanesque Revival house, dating back to 1891.The intricate woodworking, rustic chandeliers, and wood wainscoted rooms juxtaposed with modern art pieces make this venue an ideal location for a unique and interesting day of wedding portraits.

Veronica Events Inc planned and co-ordinated a romantic, elegant, intimate wedding for one of her couples at the Berkeley Bicycle Club.

The natural elements of the venue were highlighted with the beautiful decor choices and design aesthetic of day.

An architecturally stunning floor-to-ceiling glass solarium lines the southern facade of the building with a vintage bar for cocktail receptions and mingling.

The Berkeley Bicycle Club at 504 Jarvis is specifically geared towards Toronto engaged couples who want an intimate and enchanted experience in a historic Toronto mansion.

The Berkeley Bicycle Club has a natural elegance that works well with a range of wedding styles and interior styling elements.


This historically relevant event and small wedding venue boasts a 190 seat wrap around patio that can be used for a lovely outdoor wedding ceremony, seated buffet style meal and an elegant cocktail reception.

Seamus and Lydia were married at the Berkeley Church downtown Toronto wedding venue. The historic setting was the launching point for an elegant vintage wedding.


The wedding design and day of co-ordination was skillfully executed by Jessy Lalancette from Blush and Bowties, a Toronto-based boutique style wedding planning company.


Guest tables were styled to perfection with wedding details and vintage accents from Warehouse 84. The mixed floral center pieces were a lush visual feast of vibrant blooms from Coriander girl, a Toronto Florist.


The main floor features a grand ballroom with fireplaces and a Victorian inspired bar. Overlooking the main space is a classically beautiful mezzanine, featuring 17ft high stained glass windows.

Kate Mackenzie Weddings was the planner for this glorious wedding with floral designers Crown Flora Studios.


The Circa 1871 Lounge on the lower level, with its inviting exposed stone walls, also features intimate nooks, a wine cellar and an enclosed courtyard.

Photos by Paul McNulty

Bright Lights provides over 3,500 square feet of customizable and naturally lit event space. Located in Toronto’s vibrant Yonge & Eglinton neighborhood, it is considered one of the city’s premier event venues. With a stunning 30ft glass bar, elevated lounge and seating area, and an indoor greenhouse, this is the kind of event canvas you will love to decorate. As if the greenhouse itself isn’t reason enough to check out this Toronto gem, floor to ceiling windows along the East wall provide ample natural light and a breathtaking view of the city. Romantic touches really round out the serenity of the setting.

La Maquette Restaurant and Event Space on King Street East, stands out as a unique event space in Toronto. The adjacent Toronto sculpture garden and the art deco inspired interior of the space creates an opportunity for Toronto couples to make a stylish statement on their wedding.


The modern art touches throughout the space infuse an interesting interior design set against the historic ambiance of Toronto architectural history.


La Maquette is directly across the street from the heritage site, St. James Cathedral.


With its gorgeous main floor patio, beautiful upper level and “Cinderella Solarium” facing Toronto’s famous Sculpture garden, this intimate wedding venue is perfect for a stylish signature wedding.

The outdoor patio space allows couples to have their wedding ceremony and wedding reception all in one location.

Weddings guests can enjoy an elegant cocktail reception as part of your big day.

Wedding couples have the flexibility to customize their unique wedding vision in the adaptable Art Deco gem.

Airship37 is a modern industrial wedding venue in downtown Toronto, tucked in adjacent to the Distillery District. Many wedding couples are drawn to the industrial modern aesthetic.

The Hangar, our 2500 sq. ft. main event space, is laid out in minimalist style, allowing for your wedding to take the focus. The industrial ceiling is accented with a genuine aircraft rotary blade

Outdoor Airship37 Pictures: Sara Tacoma Photography

Stylish garage doors open both spaces up to an eclectic patio area, featuring a one-of-a-kind VIP space – A vintage Airstream bus.

Laura Olsen Events designed this vibrant modern industrial wedding. The Muskoka Manotick and Montreal themed wedding was beautifully curated to reflect the wedding couples shared interests and passions. The beautiful florals were designed by Ashley Elaine Florals.

Ashley and Frankie were married at Airship37 with a romantic boho styled wedding.The modern industrial vibe of the wedding was highlighted by a bold marquee love sign and softened with luxurious blooms from  Patachoulin Florals.


The Gooderhan lounge, featuring a built in bar with a sweeping French chandelier, provides an ideal station for socializing, while the original signage from local industry hearkens back to the area’s history.





When Scott and Jason got married at Airship37 the stylishly designed wedding reception was seamlessly elegant and beautiful.

The Berkeley Fieldhouse is the only indoor and outdoor event venue where you can have cocktails in a tree house, stroll along a creek, and gather with others while surrounded by a natural garden.

Taddle Creek, which runs through the outdoor space, is a visual reminder of the neighbourhood as it was in the 19th century.

The main room, accented by antique chandeliers, features wood walls and french doors that open out onto an outdoor garden patio.

Clara and Geordie tied the knot in a seamless stunning wedding at the Toronto Berkeley Fieldhouse wedding venue.


Photos by Paul McNulty

The whimsical wedding was styled and planned by Rachel Jo, creative director and founder of Party with Chloe.


The wedding was a book inspired urban vintage wedding with unique and lovely personal touches.


Flower 597 Wedding Florist in Toronto, created vibrantly beautiful floral designs that merged with the vintage decor elements.



The outdoor ceremony was styled with beautifully graphic touches, including geometric shapes and whimsical boho accents. Congratulations Clara and Geordie.



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