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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.
Sonja Scharf photography will be part of the Gladstone’s exhibit 10×10: 100 Portraits opening reception on Thursday June 28 from 7 to 10 p.m. 10×10 is a photography project celebrating Canadian queers involved in the arts. The project features 10 LGBT photographers focusing on 10 LGBT artists to create 100 portraits.
Sonja Scharf has been making images since 1982, after borrowing a friends point and shoot camera. She began her formal education in 1988 at The Northern Alberta Institute of Technology in Edmonton, where she completed a two-year professional photography program. After graduating her focus was fashion and commercial work, however her photographic interests soon evolved to explore her artistic practice within the realm of fine art photography. Since 2000 Sonja has devoted herself to creating art and has been actively exhibiting her work in galleries and other public venues. Sonja is represented in Canada by Edward Day Gallery.
Adamo de Pax’s photography will be part of the Gladstone’s exhibit 10×10: 100 Portraits opening reception on Thursday June 28 from 7 to 10 p.m. 10×10 is a photography project celebrating Canadian queers involved in the arts. The project features 10 LGBT photographers focusing on 10 LGBT artists to create 100 portraits.
Adamo de Pax was born and raised in Ottawa, Canada where he earned his undergraduate degree in Criminology from the University of Ottawa. Shortly after, he decided to turn his long time love for photography into a career, taking him to Toronto. His award-winning work has been published in fashion and beauty magazines in both North America and Europe.