While there are many Fraser Valley wedding venues, these are (some of) the Best Fraser Valley Wedding Venues. Ready? =)
As the summer wedding season approaches, the hunt for next year’s wedding venues is well on its way. Many of you (the lovely, the beautiful, the brides-to-be) are have painstakingly selecting the picture perfect venue for your picture perfect day. Or perhaps you are a engaged bride-to-be, or mother, sister, friend of the bride, exploring the different styles of venue that will inevitably influence the style of wedding. Will it be big or small? Classic elegance or rustic chic? Richly traditional or wholly you?
Whatever you are looking for in a venue, the Fraser Valley has it. A beautiful valley, filled with cities and farmland nestled at the base of mountains, there is a perfect option for however you want to shape your day. Here are the top seven wedding venues in the Fraser Valley.
Burnaby Village Museum:
Number of guests: 80
If you want a beautiful and unique venue, Burnaby Village Museum could be the perfect choice. Their quaint chapel is an intimate venue, and you are surrounded by a picturesque town that seems to transport you back in time. Your guests will have plenty of space to explore while you take pictures and mingle, and the opportunities for pictures are endless – beautiful houses and gardens, the chapel, an old fashioned carousel and many more.
The Little White Chapel:
Number of guests: 100
Quiet. Picturesque. Nestled in the Chilliwack countryside, the Little White Chapel is the perfect location for an intimate wedding. Rustic yet elegant, the chapel and garden make a beautiful space for a traditional ceremony and reception or a relaxed, simple-yet-elegant brunch. Their backyard garden space makes for an idea outdoor reception, and the location is country on the edge of a small town, yet still accessible for your guests.
Clayburn Church and Schoolhouse Hall:
Number of guests: 120
Cozied in at the foot of Sumas Mountain is the Clayburn Church and Schoolhouse Hall, nestled in the historic Clayburn Village. Parks, flower stands and an old fashioned general store and tea shop are a beautiful echo of the small town that once thrived there. The Church and Schoolhouse Hall make a picturesque ceremony and reception venue, and the town surrounding it is picture perfect. And you should know, the general store is really an old fashioned candy story – perfect for picking your wedding favours beforehand!
Langley Golf Centre wedding:
Number of guests: 225
With multiple rooms to fit your unique style, the Langley Golf Centre is a beautiful venue for a larger wedding. The beautiful garden and patio are perfect for pictures, and the onsite catering and events staff provide all the set up and take down so you and your family can simply enjoy celebrating the day together. Surrounded by hills, ponds and manicured golf lawns, the Langley Golf Centre is perfect for a refined wedding.
Harrison Hot Springs Resort:
Guests: Up to 400 (32 – 400)
The Harrison Hot Springs Resort is stunningly elegant. Surrounded by mountains, lake and natural hot springs, this is the perfect location for an at home destination wedding. Your guests can commute in or spend the night, and the amenities to be enjoyed are endless. They have different room options to accommodate anywhere from thirty-two to four hundred – whether you want a garden wedding or a ballroom, they can make your day exactly what you want it to be.
Quality Hotel Abbotsford:
Guests: Up to 500
If you want your wedding to be a celebration of two big family groups and an even bigger group of family-by-choice, the Quality Hotel Abbotsford (formerly the Ramada) is the place to be. Seating up to five hundred people, the amazing catering and event staff will handle all the details to make your wedding a day to celebrate – not stress! With a full ballroom style room, your own personal wedding planner, and amazing onsite catering, it is the perfect recipe for an upscale, elegant wedding.
Ultimately, you want a venue that be a reflection of you and your own unique style and taste. Each of the venues offers something uniquely beautiful and different. Get on the ground! Take a tour of the places that make your short list. Walk the garden, stand on the stage. Put your feet in your “wedding shoes” and see what feels right. Whatever you do, it will be be beautiful, unique – a reflection of you.