Situated in Toronto, Ontario, the George Brown House offers a lovely option for vintage style weddings. The stunning architecture and decor features intricate flooring, mahogany panelling, marble and ebony fireplaces and crystal chandeliers. The house was built in 1876 for the father of confederation, Senator George Brown, who was also the founder of the Globe newspaper.
Facilities and capacity
The George Brown House offers the rental of three different beautiful vintage style rooms for ceremonies and receptions. Each room features period style decor with modern amenities and range in capacity from one guest to ninety family and friends.
Their services consist of set up, clean up, event planning and rentals, catering, bar and coordination with outside vendors. The future newlyweds can also take advantage of provided event items like chairs, barware, China, flatware, glassware and linens.
Several catering options are available such as a buffet, cocktail reception, dessert, family style eating, outside cake, stations, plated dishes, French service, hors d'oeuvres and the use of servers. In addition, tastings are offered to ensure the couple will be happy with what they receive. The bar can be cash or open.
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