What is Vancouver Wedding Venues Directory?
Wedding Venue Review created by Vancouver Wedding Photographer Waynes World Studio; artist Wayne Lam to help Bride, Wedding Planner, Photographer, Videographer, Wedding Artists, Florists to learn more of the Ceremony and Reception Venues?
This is a personal review by Wayne Lam who will give destination bride insight before booking the venue online. It is a great directory for photographer and videographer who has never photograph or video the venue before since Wayne Lam is both photographer and videographer who has both knowledge to give artist what to do for.
Review Wedding Venue The Vancouver Club
In this wedding venue review video with Jenny De Jong, Jenny points up some of the unique features of The Vancouver Club making one of the popular wedding venues in downtown Vancouver. Out of town couples and guests can stay in the hotel, making the wedding events a relax and convenience location. There are many choices for your wedding events as Jenny De Jong gave me the insight.
Weddings Receptions of up to 150 guests
Your Ceremony in front of the fireplace, framed by large pillars in our UBC-SFU room. This bright room also has large windows, silver chandeliers and high ceilings. The room can accommodate a ceremony of up to 125 seated guests with Club provided chairs, or up to 170 seated guests with rental chairs. While you and your wedding party are having you pictures taken guests will enjoy a Cocktail Reception in the Georgian room. Vancouver’s finest event room, features ornate wall mouldings, high ceilings, grand fireplaces, silver chandeliers, and large windows with silver silk drapes. Guests may relax on the complimentary soft lounge seating while enjoying The Club’s fine service.
Following cocktails, guests will be escorted to the Grand Ballroom for Dinner and Dancing. Our largest room features large arched windows, Austrian oak walls and columns extending to the beamed high ceiling with gold leaf accents. From your head table situated in the charming alcove, you will be able to view family and friends enjoying dinner and conversation seated at round tables of 8 guests. To finish, a little dancing on the dance floor offering assorted sizes and placements within the room.
Many Choices to select
Capacities for the above scenario:
• Lobby: 180 seated guests with *rental chairs *required
• Grill Restaurant: 230 guests standing.
• Grand Ballroom: 200 guests seated at round tables with Club provided chairs, or 230 guests with rental chairs.
• Grill Restaurant: 230 guests standing with area for dance floor and band/DJ.
The Georgian Room can accommodates small weddings and culture tradition ceremony like the Chinese Tea ceremony. The Grand Ballroom hosts 150 guests for ceremony and reception. Lobby can be used as a ceremony for larger event and a classic atrium and small patio available for cocktail receptions.
Review Swan-E-Set Wedding Venue at Pitt Meadows
Swan-E-Set Bay Golf Resort Wedding Venue
First impression before anyone walk into Swan-e-Set Bay Resort and Country Club is the palace setting of a mega mansion building, as like I’m in Europe with a castle over the golf course. Holly Armstrong the wedding host explains to us in the video, what are the unique features of Swan-e-Set Bay Resort and Country Club at Pitt Meadows.
Holly Armstrong604-460-6084 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Review Wedding Venue The Chapel at Stanley Park
Small Venue but at the Heart of Stanley Park Seawall
A wedding venue review video with Allan Burnett of the Chapel at Stanley Park in Vancouver. The Chapel at Stanley Park is located right on the edge of Vancouver’s beautiful Stanley Park. When you walk in one feels the elegance, the room has many crystal chandeliers, and lighted glass backdrop. Decor is simple as the Chapel offers decor specialists who can create anything that your heart desires. Some of the features of the Chapel: it is a boutique wedding ceremony location, ideal for groups of two to seventy. So if you’re looking for the smaller, intimate space for the ceremony, you may have hundreds of people at the restaurant but you may just want a small, intimate ceremony, this is the place for you. Valet parking and a pay parking lot within walking distance.
Chapel at Stanley Park includes a brides-room with a separate entrance, an elegant decor, crystal chandeliers and gas fireplace to create a cozy atmosphere.
You may want a champagne reception with canapés on the lawn in front of the chapel where you can relax and enjoy the outdoor atmosphere. Also a great place for a formal photography session with family and guests.
Extra features the Chapel at Stanley Park offers include a horse-drawn carriage that comes down the sidewalk as the ceremony is taking place so that when you and your guests walk out the door, there is a horse-drawn carriage. You can even have a Cinderella coach that can whisk you off to Stanley Park for your photo shoot, a one of a kind happy Cinderella wedding story.
Review Wedding Venue The Chapel at Queen Elizabeth Park
A Combination of Indoor and Outdoor Design
A wedding venue review video with Allan Burnett of the Chapel at Queen Elizabeth Park in Vancouver. The Chapel at Queen Elizabeth Park is located between Main street and Cambie Street of Vancouver, here Allan Burnett giving us some of the highlight of the Queen Elizabeth Pavilion: What makes this place special is that right behind me, you can see that the back walls of the chapel are what we call a ‘clamshell door.’ It opens up, so you get beautiful landscaping no matter what the weather is like. We’ve had weddings when it was pouring rain outside. Water was coming down. It was beautiful. And we’ve had it in the wintertime. During the 2010 Olympics, we had the doors open for a wedding, so it can be opened up like that any time in the year.
Chapel at Queen Elizabeth includes a brides-room with a separate entrance. Large Formal and Portrait photo session can be photograph few steps away into the open natural environment, if rain does occur one can uses the inside of Pavilion for photograph session. Extra features the Chapel at Queen Elizabeth offers details for bride with separate entrance to the bride’s room, an unique feature of Queen Elizabeth offers outdoor ceremony atmosphere while keeping everyone dry.
REVIEW Wedding Venue Chapel at Minoru Park
Heritage Wedding Venue
In this wedding venue review video with Allan Burnett, Allan gives us some of the highlights of the Chapel at Minoru Park in Richmond: “Minoru Chapel is a church building that seats 120 people. It’s just about the perfect size for the average wedding in the Greater Vancouver area. The building is a church building as you can see… If you want a church building, but you’re not religious yourself or you may not be connected to a church but you like this kind of a venue, it’s perfect.”
The Chapel at Minoru Park includes a private brides’ room close to the entrance, but the bride needs to arrive before the guests’ or the groom’s arrival as she must enter from the main door. Extra features of the Chapel at Minoru Park include character and history for even those who are not religious. Chapel at Minoru Park includes a private brides-room close to the entrance but bride needs to be arrive before guests or groom arrive as one must enter from the main door. Extra features the Chapel at Minoru Park offers a church that has character and history for those are not a religious person