THE TORONTO WEDDING CHAPEL IS OPEN FOR BUSINESS AS USUAL


Since the City of Toronto strike over three weeks ago there has been a lot of confusion as to what services the city actually provides and what services are or are not being offered during the strike. There are people that are under the misconception that they can’t get married as long as the Toronto strike is ongoing. That is absolutely not true. The Toronto Wedding Chapel is an exquisite and intimate chapel that is privately owned and operated. We are not a City of Toronto service therefore the civic workers strike in Toronto has nothing to do with the Toronto Wedding Chapel. Marriage licences are still being issued at City Hall from 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM Monday – Friday. There is no impediment to proceeding with your wedding as planned at the Toronto Wedding Chapel.

We open for business as usual – 7 days a week from 8:00 AM – Midnight by appointment. An intimate and elegant venue, we can accommodate weddings with up to 25 guests. We offer religious, secular, multi-faith, and inter-denominational ceremonies. Our Officiants are licensed to perform marriage ceremonies by the Register General of the Province of Ontario and currently we offer services in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and French. We are professional wedding and event planners who offer a complete wedding planning service including witnesses, invitations, décor, florals, cake, champagne and other alcoholic beverages by special permit, catering, music, photography, videography, webcasting, limousine and transportation service, travel advice, accommodations, sightseeing, and more.

Don’t put off getting married because of the strike in Toronto. The Toronto Wedding Chapel is open for business and looking forward to hearing from you.