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Celebrate Your Love Story in Canada

Welcome to Canada, the perfect destination to exchange your vows in the lap of breathtaking natural beauty. Imagine saying "I do" surrounded by majestic mountains, serene lakes, and charming forests, creating a backdrop of a fairytale. Whether you're looking for a charming European vibe in Quebec, modern cityscapes in Ontario or panoramic lake views in Alberta, Canada has endless settings that make for a dreamy destination wedding experience.

Top Highlights

  • Natural Beauty
  • Modern Amenities
  • Picturesque Lakes
  • Cityscapes
  • Quaint Villages
  • Mountainscapes

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Where to Get Married in Canada

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When getting married in Canada, specifically Alberta, experience the grandeur of the Canadian Rockies, where Banff and Jasper National Parks set the stage for a truly magical wedding. The picturesque mountains, turquoise lakes, and stunning glaciers create an awe-inspiring atmosphere for your special day.

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Atlantic Canada

Delight in the maritime charm of the East Coast, with its rugged coastline, quaint fishing villages, and friendly locals. From the colorful streets of St. John's to the stunning beaches of Prince Edward Island, Atlantic Canada offers a unique and romantic setting for your wedding.

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British Columbia

When getting married in Canada, specifically British Columbia, Discover the West Coast's enchantment, where Vancouver's vibrant cityscape meets the Pacific Ocean's rugged beauty. With picturesque islands, lush rainforests, and breathtaking vineyards, British Columbia provides a captivating backdrop for your wedding celebration.

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Fall in love with the elegance of Ontario, where the iconic Niagara Falls, charming wineries, and cosmopolitan cities like Toronto offer a blend of romance and excitement. Whether it's a vineyard wedding or a chic urban celebration, Ontario has something for every couple.

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When getting married in Canada, specifically Quebec, immerse yourself in the romantic charm of Old Quebec City, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The cobblestone streets, historic architecture, and French-inspired ambiance create an intimate and enchanting setting for your wedding day.

Canada Marriage Requirements

Marriage Requirements in Canada

To legally marry in Canada as a US citizen, you'll need a valid passport, birth certificate, and proof of marital status. Depending on the province, additional documents or waiting periods may apply. Symbolic destination weddings in Canada are a more convenient option that many couples decide to do. Speak with your Certified Destination Wedding Specialist for more information.

Canada Wedding Packages

Wedding Packages in Canada

Destination wedding packages in Canada are a la carte, meaning you can build them from scratch to meet your exact vision. Since Canada doesn't offer all-inclusive wedding packages at their hotels, you'll likely have to find each vendor separately (i.e. officiant, florist, DJ, caterer, photographer, etc.) Each hotel will offer its own unique package and preferred vendor list, so it's best to work closely with your Certified Destination Wedding Specialist when creating your wedding package.

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Travel Tips

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Travel Documents

In order to travel to Canada for a destination wedding, US citizens will have to have a valid passport. Visit for more information on travel documents needed.


English is the official language in the majority of Canadian provinces, however some places like Alberta and Quebec speak French as well. Throughout Canada, English is considered the predominant language.

Currency & Tipping

Canada's official currency is the Canadian dollar (CAD). Although certain retailers will accept the US dollar as a form of payment, it's highly recommended to bring small denominations of the local currency with you while traveling. Major credit cards are also widely accepted. It is customary to tip 15-20% at Canadian restaurants, and offer small tips for key hotel staff that go above and beyond during your stay.

Things To Do In Canada

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Attractions & Activities

  • Niagara Falls
  • Old Quebec City
  • Old Montreal
  • Banff National Park
  • Lake Louise
  • Museums
  • Skiing
  • Hiking
  • Whale Watching
  • Walking Tours 

Getting Married in Canada: FAQs

How much does a destination wedding in Canada cost?
The cost of a Canada destination wedding can vary depending on the exact location, season, and chosen venue. Generally, it is recommended to have a budget ranging from $10,000 to $30,000, but it can be tailored to your specific needs. Our Certified Destination Wedding Specialists can assist with a personalized quote when you’re ready.
What is the best time of year to have a destination wedding in Canada?
The best time of year for Canada destination weddings depends on the region. Summer months (June to August) offer pleasant weather and longer daylight hours, while winter weddings (December to February) provide a magical snowy backdrop. Spring and fall offer beautiful transitional seasons with milder temperatures. Depending on your preferences and overall vision, there is no bad time to get married in Canada!
Is it safe to travel to Canada right now?
Safety is a top priority, and Canada is generally a safe destination for travelers of all kinds. However, it's important to stay updated on travel advisories and follow local guidelines for a worry-free experience.
How far in advance should I plan my destination wedding in Canada?
It's recommended to plan your destination wedding in Canada at least 12 to 18 months in advance. This allows ample time to secure your preferred venue, accommodations, and vendors, ensuring a seamless and stress-free planning process.
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Things to Consider when Planning a Wedding in Canada

Getting married in Canada may sound dreamy, but it comes with a few challenges:

  • Hotels in Canada are EP (European Plan), so your meals and drinks will be an additional cost
  • Wedding packages in Canada are not all-inclusive, so you'll have to hire each vendor individually (i.e. florist, wedding planner, caterer, photographer, etc.)
  • The overall cost of a destination wedding in Canada will likely be more expensive than a destination wedding in Mexico or the Caribbean.

Please note: we currently do not offer full-planning services in Canada . Browse our collection of full-service destinations below.

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