Do you want to amaze your guests? Are you looking for a modern venue that looks like a luxurious villa and has it all? This article will give you all the information you need to have an amazing wedding at Chateau le Parc!
What Makes It Special?
The exterior of this splendid wedding venue exudes classical elegance and creates the perfect backdrop for your wedding photos. Chateau le Parc is a relatively new event centre and everything is immaculate, from the lobby to the restaurant.
Also, the quality of services is second to none and the establishment is considered by many professionals and brides one of the top wedding venues in Toronto.
According to Chateau le Parc, the starting fee for receptions is $10,000 during off-peak and $16,000 during peak season. The cost per guest is around $150. If you opt for the buffet option, you are looking at around $65 per person while the bar costs start from $20 per guest, and that includes the bartenders and an open bar.
This splendid hall can accommodate between 80 and 550 guests if rooms A and B are combined.
The Vineyard Restaurant can accommodate up to 100 guests.
The covered courtyard can host around 200 guests.
Best Spots for Photos
For group photos, we highly recommend the central wall, located in the grand lobby between the halls A and B. The massive windows of the establishment ensure a perfect light for your formal photographs.
If the weather collaborates, your wedding photographer can take photos of you by the outdoor fountain or in front of the venue.
There is plenty of parking in front of the building and underground. The establishment offers valet and red carpet parking.
The food is divine here. The owners are closely involved in managing the establishment and are passionate about treating their clients right.
The venue offers a diverse menu from Mediterranean to South Asian cuisine.
The exact address is 1745 Langstaff Rd., Concord, ON, L4K 2H2
Its proximity to highways 407 and 400 make transportation convenient to and from church or photo shoot locations.
Submitted by Photography by Calin (www.bycalin.com)
Early in our journey, we learned that having an action plan allows us to deliver high-quality imagery regardless of the unforeseen circumstances of the special event. As usual, we started photographing the groomsmen while the beautiful bride was getting ready.
After taking a few traditional photographs of the groom, the family, and the guests, we focused on capturing the candid moments of the big day. Once we finished the gentlemen’s preparation, we moved to the bride’s house where the girls were getting ready.
As I know brides invest a lot of time, money and effort in selecting their shoes, down, rings and so on, we took a few stunning images of the bridal details. When Alexandra came downstairs, we were impressed by the genuine emotions expressed freely by the bridesmaids. Some were crying, others were laughing, and finally, others were screaming when they saw her.
Afterwards, the couple had their first look before heading to the photoshoot at Richmond Green Park, where we saw about 10 bridal parties waiting to take photos.
After we finished the bridal party photoshoot, we headed to Chateau Le Parc for the outdoor ceremony followed by the family portraits, the cocktail hour and the reception.