Welcome to ElopeToronto.com!

Welcome to ElopeToronto.com! We conduct simple, meaningful, secular (non-religious, non-denominational) humanist marriage ceremonies in Toronto, legally equivalent to a 'civil ceremony' or 'justice of the peace' wedding, for couples looking for an alternative to a 'City Hall' wedding. We also provide simple legal weddings for those planning a destination wedding. Mary is licensed as a Marriage Officiant by the Registrar General of Ontario, and the Ontario Humanist Society


St. Lawrence Market Kitchen wedding

Lovely family wedding tonight at the St. Lawrence Market Kitchen (Mezzanine). I had some photos, but I seem to have left my camera at the reception, alas!  Here is the window arch where we held the ceremony, and these tables were re-arranged down the center of the hall to serve as dining tables (with preserves and flowers) for 45 people to sit to dinner. The view out the window is of King Street, the Flatiron Building and the CN tower, all lined up.   Of course the caterers used the market kitchen ovens, and it was all full of candlelight and fun.  The only drawback was the roasting meatsmoke drifting up from the market itself which might be noticed if you have a lot of vegetarians -- but the market IS open of course on a busy Saturday.  The price is reasonable, and the view is great for a smaller (30-60?) person wedding. The specs say it can hold up to 100.  Rental specs here.


Wedding idea: Toronto Christmas Market, December 3 to 12, 2010

Toronto Christmas Market, December 3 to 12, 2010
Well, it's not REALLY a Bavarian Christmas Market, tho' there will be Alpine Dancers - but if you're really adventurous, you could probably have a little guerilla elopement at the Distillery District on the week of the Christmas Market - there will be a tree!

We're going to have a little winter wedding at Nathan Phillips Square in December (on the rink), but you might check out this site too, if you want to have a quick ceremony and then some celebratory drinks!