The Old Mill Toronto is a vibrant piece of Toronto’s history. Our Third annual Wedding Open House was a great success, and it certainly proved to be our biggest and best yet! We opened our doors to showcase our beautiful venue as well as introduce our top venders to newly engaged couples.

Guests enjoyed a guided tour of the entire venue, with the main party being held in the Brule Ballroom, where our guests enjoyed food, drink and entertainment. Brent Miller LIVE performed for our guests as they entered through the big wooden double doors.

This spectacular table decor was supplied by Weddings by Design, doing a classic black and gold Gatsby theme. The couple whose wedding this design was being created for, stopped by to see the display. The Bride was so happy and couldn’t believe how perfect her wedding was going to be that she wept tears of joy.

The Westminster Rooms natural elegance was enhanced with ivory linens complimented with subtle gold accents.

The Balmoral Room with its Tudor style and vaulted ceilings was enhanced with pops of colour by the Old Mill Toronto in-house flower shop.

In addition to providing dessert for all our guests, Patricia’s Cake Creations enhanced many of the decorated ballrooms with deliciously designed Wedding cakes.

With its stunning hardwood floors, cross beam ceilings, and detailed wainscoting, the Guild Hall is perfect for guests looking for a bolder, classic look.

The Royal Oak Room was set for an intimate Harry Potter themed wedding, created by Matilyn Design.

Maximum MusicDecor With GrandeurPhotographic Memories and Chair Decor were also among the many talented vendors.

Coastline Catering brought some unique flair to an already lavish spread of delicious food. PEI Oysters were freshly shucked for guests to enjoy with a generous side of flair and charisma.

Before leaving with their swag bags, guests could capture the memory in Snapz Photo Booth. Always a fun idea to have a photo booth at your wedding!

We look forward to our 2019 Wedding Open House!

Photo Credit Ian Liwanag Photography