Unique Wedding Venues In Simcoe County

This Barrie 360 feature is presented by Darick Battaglia, Mortgage Broker

Planning a wedding, but not willing to settle for a cookie-cutter venue? Here’s a list of “outside the box” locations that will have your guests talking about your nuptials long past your first anniversary.

Kee to Bala

What? Kee to Bala? The classic concert hall in Muskoka? Yep! The iconic venue also hosts weddings. They can host the ceremony and the reception, and some incredible photo opportunities within walking distance (Bala Falls, anyone??)

Common Good Cafe

Thinking of hosting a small, intimate ceremony? Common Good Cafe in Barrie is the place for you. Gorgeous setting + delicious food + unique cocktails = perfect wedding.

Ivy Ridge

Back in 2016, this beautiful century old barn just outside of Barrie was slated for demolition. So the Langford family stepped in and decided to save it. They took it apart, piece by piece, and re-raised the barn a year later. The result is a rustic elegance that can’t be found anywhere else.

Braestone Club

Hosting a larger group, but still want intimacy and elegance? You have to consider the Braestone Club in Oro-Medonte. The views…the setting…the food…the experience. All unforgettable!

The Woodhouse

If you want an elopement, the Woodhouse in Muskoka is perfection. A Scandinavian log cabin on the shores of the Severn River can provide the perfect backdrop for your intimate nuptials.

The Doctor’s House

With four unique event halls and a quaint vintage wedding chapel, The Doctor’s House provides romantic ambiance for your wedding that you won’t find anywhere else.

Holland Marsh Winery

Right between Highway 400 and 404 in Newmarket is a stunning boutique winery. Natural beauty? Check. Good wine? Check. All you need to provide is the good company and your wedding will be one for the record books.

Feature image courtesy of Ever After Photographers via The Doctor’s House (facebook)