From lush gardens to lavish art displays, here are some of the best wedding venues in Edmonton.
By Breanna Mroczek | January 1, 2020
For Urban Vintage
Known for its live music events, hip-hop brunch and the display of iconic portraits, The Common entirely transforms for your special day — into a contemporary and urban venue, while maintaining its element of chic vintage. The main floor can accommodate up to 150 people, making it perfect for smaller gatherings. For a more exclusive experience, you can choose The Common Ground, located in the underground space known as 9910 — its luxurious and lounge-like atmosphere is best suited for a stylish and intimate celebration.
Built in 1949, this historical residence is best suited for an intimate yet refined experience for your special day. Located right in Buena Vista Park, the two-storey house is ideal for a close and quaint celebration with friends and family, as the intimate setup makes it easy for guests to mixand mingle.
Between the dazzling interplay of art, lavish style and a rooftop terrace with downtown views, you’ll want to dress to the nines for an occasion at this venue. In the soft glow of neon lights, Manning Hall looks like a fairy tale come to life. For a truly unique experience, you can opt for Ledcor Theatre instead, a hidden gem within the gallery. It’s a space where your celebration can ultimately take the stage.
2 Sir Winston Churchill Square, Edmonton,780-425-5379, AGA Building
Hastings Lake Gardens
For those who can only imagine holding their wedding under the open skies, this blooming oasis offers an experience like no other. Located in Sherwood Park, the lush gardens can accommodate up to 200 guests, who can enjoy an undeniable sense of tranquility, combined with the glamour of a garden party, at every step.
Fire pit, boundless prairies and a secluded ceremony area — the Whitewood Barn combines simple elegance with a sense of timeless comfort. An abundance of outdoor space along with a stylish terrace creates endless opportunities for memorable photos and lounging.