You’re looking for a venue that’s new, hip and trendsetting! A place that’s cool, different and will have your guests saying, “How awesome is this?” Your wedding venue should be as unique as you!

With the pandemic taking place this past year, new trends have begun for smaller, more intimate weddings. We’ve seen an influx of clients looking for venues that are not only intimate but also trendy for their wedding ceremonies and receptions. Consider a wedding at a brewery!

Photo Courtesy of Danielle Tocker Photography

Local within Saskatchewan are MANY new breweries both in the larger cities of Regina and Saskatoon, but also some of our smaller city centres and towns such as Moose Jaw, Lumsden and Weyburn! Many of these breweries feature exposed brick and a rustic atmosphere that is currently all the rage. With a few softer touches such as linens, draping and florals, these spaces are transformed into stunning wedding venue options while showcasing the natural look of the space.

Photo Courtesy of Danielle Tocker Photography

Recently we coordinated a wedding at the fabulous Warehouse Brewing in Regina, Saskatchewan. A small intimate ceremony took place, followed by a fun, relaxed reception complete with a food truck! In-between the ceremony and reception we helped transform the space with the couples vision in mind.

Some of the other great details for this wedding was the dessert bar with local-made donuts, tarts, and cookies. This feature dessert bar was the talk of reception!

Photo Courtesy of Danielle Tocker Photography

For the ceremony, this couple opted to “share a beer” in lieu of the traditional unity candle or sand ceremony.

The bride and groom had lots of unique and personal touches as part of their day which included custom glassware made with succulents as favours.

Photo Courtesy of Danielle Tocker Photography

As you can see, going local and keeping things unique made this wedding extra special for this happy couple. Consider a local brewery as a fun, trendy option for your next event!

Thanks to Danielle Tocker Photography for these amazing images.