If you have several hundred guests or you are tying the knot in a more intimate setting, this location is perfect for you.
Top 10 Reasons to Tie the Knot Here
Here are the main reasons why brides planning a outdoor wedding ceremony love this event centre.
The establishment can accommodate rustic weddings starting from 60 to 370 people if you have a cocktail reception inside Gambrel Barn.
Gambrel Barn is a relatively new building can also accommodate your ceremony if the weather does not cooperate on your big day.
This complex can host indoor or outdoor events.
The former Imperial gas station is a perfect site for the bride and groom and bridal party photos.
Many other buildings constitute the perfect backdrops for your photographs. Among them I can enumerate the John Deere, the Carriage House, Cassin Farmstead, Puslinch Hall and Conestoga Room.
The site has a wedding chapel should you want to get married in a church.
You can book a tractor and wagon service to transport up to 30 people. Please discuss with the establishment the fees associated with this service.
The site is conveniently located close to Highway 401 and 407 and about 20 minute drive from the closest hotel.
You can get married at Country Heritage Park year round
Due to an rising trend in rustic events, your special day has a high chance of being published in one of the Canadian bridal magazines such as Weddingbells, Champagne Sweets, Wedluxe if that is something you desire.
For more information about the wedding packages, please contact the establishment directly through their website. In order to check availability, please visit the event calendar.
Tips on How to Have a Perfect Big Day
The bride and groom, as well as the vendors are allowed to drive inside the complex. This area is about 80 acres so to save time and save your beautiful high heels, we can drive from one photography location to another. Also, consider bringing a pair of flats for romantic shots in the field
Have a first look in a private setting such as the Carriage House
Consider an unplugged ceremony with no cell phones or tablets...just the two of you and mother nature
The barn is dark. In order for us to take good pictures of you, ask the establishment to add plenty of string lights and walk slowly during the grand entrance
Have a short sunset and twilight photo shoot about 15 minutes after the sunset
Make sure you stay hydrated, especially in the summer and carry bottles of water with you
Hire a planner so you can fully enjoy your big day
You can have your ceremony here and the reception at one of the golf or country clubs in the area
If you are planning an outdoor ceremony, The Cassin Farmstead is perfect for that
Every hour or so take a break and enjoy your union.
Sabrina and Francisco's Big Day
Sabrina and Fran started getting ready at their homes. Because the couple is in love with bunnies and has two of them, they were invited to the bridal photo shoot. In, around noon they headed towards the Carriage House for their first look. It was a very emotional moment as you can see in the gallery above.
Shortly after that, the couple, accompanied by the bridal party and the photographers roamed around and took a variety of the candid photos. The weather forecast was calling for rain and fortunately it only lasted a few minutes. Sabrina and Fran had the most emotional ceremony I have ever photographed. After the signing of the marriage license, the tension dissipated and everybody was ready for the party. The special events continued with a traditional tea ceremony and short photo session followed by the wedding reception.