Planning a Canadian Wedding?

If you would like a wedding which embraces the latest trends and wows the people on your guest list for years to come, Canada is an excellent location to start with. Try not to fall in love with this big and beautiful country – although if you do, your future spouse will probably understand! The first step in deciding how to organize wedding will be choosing a province and city. If you have family who live in Canada, you will likely want to get married where they are located.

If your options are a bit flexible, then there are thousands of incredible places you might wish to choose for your big day. If you like mountains there are plenty of mountains from smaller hills to the great majestic Rocky Mountains. For those who prefer the coast, Canada has an east and west coast waiting to be explored. Prairie lovers and those who want to be married in forest-like surroundings will also find their ideal location. Some highly recommended places for weddings include The Ritz-Carlton in Montreal, Langdon Hall in Cambridge, Ontario, Jasper Park Lodge in Alberta, Auberge St. Antoine in Quebec City or Windermere House in Muskoka.

A lot of the location details for your wedding will depend on the time of year that you wish to be married. In the winter, it is difficult to access parts of the Rocky Mountains by car, so summer weddings there are more common. For bigger cities, a winter wedding might be ideal because you will have so much to explore around you that is indoors. A good idea is to make a list of locations including climate if you have not already set your wedding’s time of year. If you know when you wish to be married, choosing a location will be that much easier. The important thing is to have fun and remember that this is your special day. Celebrate the love and life you are about to have with each other in the company of your family and friends. What could be more perfect?

If you have decided you would like to get married in Canada, congratulations! Do not forget one of the most important parts of your adventure when you travel to Canada – your ETA Application. The Electronic Travel Authorization is now required for entering Canada as a visitor. Make sure that you apply early so you are not disappointed before your special day and wedding ceremony. Make applying for, and receiving the right documents a vital part of your wedding planer to-do list once you start to organize your wedding. While you will want to remember the church and catering and fashion of the day, permission to enter the country is vital.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Do you have any video of that? I’d care to find
    out some additional information.

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