To get married in Ontario you will need a marriage licence, an authorized marriage officiant and two witnesses.
There are two types of marriage ceremonies, religious and civil.
Once you have your marriage licence you can get married anywhere you like. You can have a marriage ceremony at home, a restaurant, a banquet hall, a place of worship, a park or a number of City of Toronto facilities.
The City has 3 wedding chambers located at the North York, Scarborough and York Civic Centres. Wedding chamber rentals are for a minimum of 30 minutes at a cost of $117.10 for each 30 minute booking. The rental is for the room only and does not include an authorized marriage officiant.
City museums and cultural centres represent a range of historical periods and architectural styles, many set within beautiful natural surroundings. Venues can be rented for a variety of functions including weddings and wedding photography.
The City has many beautiful sites for wedding ceremonies and photography, including indoor conservatories, parks and outdoor gardens.
The person marrying you will:
You can order a marriage certificate approximately 10-12 weeks from the date your marriage took place.
If you get married outside of Ontario, your marriage will not be registered in the Province. You will not be able to request a marriage certificate from the province of Ontario. Make sure to obtain a marriage certificate from the jurisdiction where your wedding was performed.