There is no mistaking the Chateau Laurier; it’s been an Ottawa landmark for over a hundred years and is well regarded as one of the premier wedding venues in the city. Within its storied walls are reception halls of all sizes, offering you the perfect venue for any size of celebration.
It’s centrally located between the Rideau Canal locks and the Byward Market, which means that if the grand halls aren’t enough you are steps from a great sunset or urban exploration.
Sarah and James came all the way from Australia for their big day, and Mother Nature really came through with bright sunny weather. After hanging out with the guys in the early part of the day, I headed over Sarah’s parents place as the ladies got ready for the main event. The ceremony was at… Read More
Shirlie and David live in the states now, but they returned to their hometown to get married among friends and family. Their ceremony was held at the Chateau Laurier, and was followed by a lunch for all their guests in the Adam room. This gave us some time to play outside before the reception started… Read More
Sharma and Lennon were married at by Father Joe at the Blessed Sacrament, with a reception following at the Chateau Laurier …Mike
Christina and Kent were married today in Richmond, witht he reception at the Chateau Laurier. …Mike
Dalida and Gerard were married at St Charbel Church, and after some time messing around downtown, we headed to the Chateau Laurier for a lavish reception. …Mike