Your Wedding Plans: Venues to Consider in and Around the Township of Brock
As part of the Regional Municipality of Durham, the township of Brock holds a special place in your heart. Is is any wonder that you would like to find a wedding and reception venue in or at least near Brock for your upcoming nuptials? As you look around this part of the GTA, there are several options to consider. Here are a few suggestions that will help launch your search.
The Centennial Building
different kinds of events, including weddings and receptions. Within the structure, you’ll find heritage architecture that serves as a wonderful foundation for whatever type of wedding you have in mind.
For smaller affairs, consider reserving the Gould Room or the McKay Room. While both are more commonly used for smaller workshops and conferences, these are ideal when your wedding ceremony will be attended by no more than 40 guests. Larger weddings call for reserving the theatre and enjoying a top capacity of 154.
Your reception can be held in the Regal Room. There’s carpeted areas paired with wood flooring that makes an excellent dance floor. The windows allow in plenty of natural light which is augmented with ambient lighting. The space has a beautiful fireplace to take away the winter chill and an air conditioning system to keep everyone comfortable in warmer weather. The processional who handles your wedding catering in the greater Brock area has access to a refrigerator, sink, oven and stovetop, and a preparation space.
Jubilee Pavilion Banquet and Conference Centre
Over in Oshawa, the Jubilee Pavilion Banquet and Conference Centre has spaces that are perfect for outdoor or indoor wedding ceremonies. Enjoy the beauty of carefully manicured gardens and the majestic manor house as part of the backdrop for your special day. If you prefer to keep things indoors, the Pavilion has space that can be arranged to include up to 650 people. Tables, chairs, drapes, linens, and other items are available and can be included in the reservation.
Whether you choose an indoor or outdoor event, there’s always the view of the lake to enjoy. Consider holding your ceremony outdoors and then move inside for a reception with lots of food, room for everyone to sit, and even space to dance.
isit Hy-Hope Farm in Ashburn if you are thinking in terms of a wedding and reception. A working farm with livestock and acres of vegetables, there are a number of areas around the grounds that are ideal for an outdoor ceremony and a reception. During the winter months, couples and their guests who would like to make tobagganing part of the reception activities need only bring their own equipment.
Before and after the ceremony and reception, there’s a store filled with all sorts of home-prepared jams, jellies, and loaves of freshly baked bread to take home. Consider creating baskets of goodies for members of your wedding party instead of going with the traditional gifts.
With your venue selected, it’s time to think about the catering in Brock. Call us and let’s start planning the menu. Whether you like simple fare or would prefer something more elaborate, we can help. Tell us what you like, mention any special dietary needs or certain dishes that are part of your family tradition and we will incorporate those elements into the menu. In no time at all, everything will be settled and you can spend more time planning the other details for your special day.
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