Who could resist this proposal?
Just another reason why we love karaoke every Friday and Saturday at 11pm.
We usually just show you wedding day bliss in the I Do section, but what about the whole other side of weddings–the ever-stressful wedding planning phase?
Don’t worry, we’re not going to put you into panic attack mode by showing you bride-to-be’s melting down outside florists with crumbled cake samples stuck between their fingers. We just think that everyone planning on saying ‘I Do’ should visit Toronto’s Bridal Show first.
Happening April 19-21 at the Direct Energy Centre Hall D, the Bridal Show is the perfect one-stop way to tap into some of this season’s best bridal inspirations.
Best of all, we are located just up the street from the Bridal Show! And, as one of Toronto Life’s recommended wedding venues, we’d love to tour you around our extraordinary landmark building, offering two floors of multi-functional event space that can be rented individually or in combination to suit groups of up to 500 guests. We work together with wedding couples and planners to facilitate your individual wedding day vision. Just bring us your idea: have fun, relax and let us help you make it happen.
Before you turn yourself into Bridezilla, contact Penny Rose: firstname.lastname@example.org and find out what kind of Gladstone options are out there for you.
Jessica + Peter’s carnival themed wedding at the Gladstone Hotel. Photography by Gail Edwin-Fielding.
For more Gladstone wedding photos check us out on Pinterest.
We think the Gladstone Hotel is a perfect venue for weddings and especially for wedding photos. But don’t just believe what we say–follow the I Do blog series, where we will be posting our favourite Gladstone wedding photos–and you can decide for yourself! Named in the Toronto Life Wedding Guide 2012, the Gladstone Hotel is an inspired and historical venue for weddings and special celebrations. Together with couples and wedding planners we work to facilitate all types of wedding visions.
Whether you’re looking for a luxurious boudoir space, an artsy reception area like The Gladstone Gallery with 14-foot ceilings and balcony overlooking Queen St., a celebration-sized Ballroom with exposed brick walls, pine flooring and Victorian windows, or want your guests to stay in one of our 37 unique artist-designed rooms–we can make it happen.
If this doesn’t have you saying “I Do” you probably never cried in The Notebook.For booking inquires and details visit our website. For more Gladstone wedding photos head over to Pinterest and make sure you check in regularly to the I Do blog series.