Many wedding venues in BC tend to gravitate towards the outdoors, forests, and things representative of the Pacific Northwest. Mountains, trees and water are definitely things that come to mind when you think about British Columbia. But there are some gems in this province for couples looking for some Old World charm.
If you have been following along our journey, you will know that we love European architecture and its aesthetic. So here are our top 5 venues in BC for couples looking for a European escape within British Columbia.
2005 Sooke Rd, Victoria, BC
It’s rare to hear a wedding venue in BC with the word castle in its name. With castles, we usually think of England, Scotland and France and Hatley Castle definitely has the grandeur of one. If you are looking for a castle to hold your wedding, you will probably love the gardens and different areas Hatley Castle has to offer.
1489 McRae Ave, Vancouver, BC
A venue that is well known to Vancouver residents, is the Hycroft Manor. This Edwardian mansion has majestic columns and decorative details throughout the property. It is definitely an iconic wedding venue in the city and you will also be able to see the skyline of downtown from the terrance.
Click here to see one of the weddings we planned at Hycroft.
400 Smythe Dr, Penticton, BC
Heading to the Okanangan area, this wedding venue is definitely a popular choice if you would like to have your wedding at a winery. Even though the main building is quite modern, the views of the lake, will immediately remind you of being on a Mediterranean island. If you want a mix of modern and the feeling of an European travel ambience, this venue is a great choice.
4898 Eastside Rd, Penticton, BC
Also in the Okanagan area, is God’s Mountain Estate. A wedding here will remind you of Greece with its white houses and waters. This venue is definitely a hidden gem, and if you are looking for a Meditterranean inspired wedding, this venue is perfect for you.
1524 Shasta Pl, Victoria, BC
Back to Victoria, Villa Marco Polo Inn has various European-looking corners and rooms on the property. There are touches of Italian Renaissance throughout the property and it is definitely a nice venue to consider for your wedding.
Whether you are planning to come to BC to get married, or maybe you are a BC resident looking to get married in another city within the province, there are different options for your destination wedding. If you would like more information on wedding venues, click here to read more about how to choose your wedding venue.
what can we help you with?