Plan Your Wedding Day in Algoma

Find Venues and Ideas for Planning a Wedding in Algoma Country

Updated: By Heather Bot

Wedding Packages for Ceremony, Reception & Photography

Picking a venue to host a wedding, reception and photography can be tricky. There are a lot of ideas out there (thanks Pinterest!) and lots of decisions to be made. But the most important thing is that your special day reflects who you are as a couple. There are many reasons to plan your wedding in Algoma but here are the top three:

  1. The best photography spots. This region has a variety of locations from trendy to rustic: urban settings, beautiful waterfronts, pristine wilderness and waterfalls, sandy beaches, historic sites and buildings, quirky backdrops and mountain-top views.
  2. Venues have professional staff that will make your wedding day dreams come true.
  3. Affordable. You’ll find venues that meet your budget, no matter how simple or lavish the wedding is. This means making sure your hard-earned cash can be spent on the most important aspects of your day. (Outrageous honeymoon perhaps?)

Below is a list of venues that offer wedding packages for ceremonies, receptions and/or photography featuring members of Algoma Country. Each property has dedicated staff and event coordinators who can answer all your questions. Looking for more options in the region? Read: Unique and Out-of-the-Ordinary Venues For Your Wedding Day

The Water Tower Inn
The Atrium at The Water Tower Inn is an elegant setting for an indoor ceremony because of its stunning, high-ceiled, handcrafted wooden architecture and flowing fountain. The landscaped courtyards, with streams and waterfalls, make for pretty settings for an outdoor wedding and/or photos. The ballroom can seat up to 500 guests for dinner. Work with the on-site event coordinator to perfect the menu and customize all the details for your big day.
Learn more: Wedding Package Information

Ermatinger-Clergue National Historic Site
The Old Stone House has many stories to tell — let it tell yours! The Georgian-style house is a notable location and the site will bring romance to your day. Host your wedding outdoors on the grounds. There is plenty of space to set up chairs and tents. The location allows for a mix of charm and urban appeal, especially for photos. Take photos in the heritage garden, grounds and around the building, or the trendy urban spots within walking distance of the site.
Learn more: Wedding Package Information

Quattro Hotel, Conference Centre and Chophouse
Say I do at the Q! The professional staff at Quattro Hotel will help you create a memorable day. If you’re looking to plan a large, extravagant event the ballroom can host 400 guests for dinner. If your day is more low-key with close family and friends enjoy a barbeque in the courtyard. The hotel is located close to excellent photography locations like the city waterfront, local parks like Hiawatha Highlands and unique spots like historic sites and museums.
Learn more: Wedding Package Information

Sault Ste. Marie Canal National Historic Site of Canada
The Superintendent’s Residence and West Garden will bring historic charm to any ceremony. Host your special day in the Victorian heritage garden surrounded by century-old trees, stone walls and a manicured lawn. The site can accommodate large or small groups.
Learn more: Wedding Package Information

Marconi Cultural Event Centre
The cultural event centre has a long history in Sault Ste. Marie and began as the Guglielmo Marconi Society fostering Italian culture in the community. Today, it’s a well-known banquet hall for special occasions. This site can accommodate large or small groups.
Learn more: Event Booking Information

The LakeHouse
Located in Echo Bay on Lake George, also has an event space where you can host your wedding. The large dock can be used for the outdoor ceremony.
Learn more by contacting directly by phone (519) 984-7757 or email

Cities & Towns: More Venues, More Options
Every community in Algoma has its own choices for hosting your wedding day: golf courses, galleries, community halls and similar venues. If a traditional, religious-based ceremony is what you’re looking for the region has many places of worship of different denominations.

About Heather Bot

I'm a member of the Algoma Country Travel staff. I hope my blogs entice you to visit the beautiful region that I call home.

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