About Toronto Botanical Garden
Toronto Botanical Garden is one of those venues that was designed to blur the line between the indoors and outdoors. Their event spaces and adjoining garden courtyards provide the perfect setting for wedding ceremonies and receptions. If your vision for your big day includes walking through a lush and perfectly manicured garden setting, this venue is optimal.
Facilities and capacity
The venue lends itself to unique and personalized events with flexible décor, creative catering and an ever-changing garden that makes for a splendid setting from season to season. Their spaces include Floral Hall which features 20 ft. ceilings and skylights and has a capacity for 200 seated guests including dancing.
The Lobby & Westview Terrace is the main entrace to TBG, offering spectacular views of the garden surrounded by a small water channel and waterfall set into the landscape. This space is perfect for outdoor ceremonies and they have a capacity for 200 and 175 guests, respectively. The Garden Hall is just what you need for small intimate occasions, as it opens up into a courtyard and can seat 80 people including dancing.
Among the services you and your guests will enjoy is the added convenience of holding the ceremony, reception and photography sessions all in one superb location. A group of catering and event suppliers has been carefully selected for their dedication, creativity and commitment to the environment. This venue is uniquely green, so if sustainability is also your thing, Toronto Botanical Garden is the perfect place to celebrate your big day.
From 50 to 250
City, garden, modern
Bridal suite, clean up, outside vendors, set up
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Peter M, Married on 24/09/2016
Sent on 03/10/2016
Great venue for an indoor/outdoor ceremony and reception.
The grounds and the building were beautiful, with greenery galore and seasonal flowers still in bloom. The reception hall, kitchen and patio were just what we needed. Our TBG rental manage made everything very easy for us. From the initial contact to the site visit and walk-through to the rental agreement, to dealing with the catering company to the furniture and décor setup, it was all done in a very courteous, helpful and professional manner. And the price is very reasonable dor what you get! highly recommended.
Mark Mooney, Married on 10/10/2015
Sent on 13/11/2015
The trees and colours provided an excellent background canvas for our wedding party photos.
TBG worked with "Daniel et Daniel" (the event and catering company we chose) to provide our guests with the perfect indoor ceremony and a seamless transition to the reception.
We are thrilled with our choice of making TBG our wedding venue.
Kay Davis, Married on 19/09/2015
Sent on 11/11/2015
JUST USED AS CEREMONY LOCATION
I would love to rate them higher 5 out of 5 but due to a few things that happened the day of so I cannot do so. I do have to say they were AMAZING at resolving this issues through a substantial refund ( I didn't even ask). Patricia was always great at getting back to me and answering all my questions. Unfortunately things had to be moved inside due to the weather so my outdoor wedding didn't happen but they were great at setting everything up and making it work. I would recommend for sure for your ceremony!
Merlika Salihu, Married on 18/09/2015
Sent on 11/11/2015
It's a beautiful venue and staff are cert friendly and helpul. I had my ceremony there it was amazing, pictures look amazing and had a great day. I definitely reccomend toronto botanical garden.
Paria Pishva, Married on 04/09/2015
Sent on 11/11/2015
We had our ceremony take place at the Perennial Border; it was exactly what we wanted. The only thing that caused a little bit of anxiety was how close it was to the parking lot, we weren't aware of this when we booked the space (as it was snowing) so might be worth telling future brides :) Overall, very happy.
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