Engagement photoshoot at the Toronto Music Garden during summer before sunrise

Choosing the perfect spot for your engagement or wedding photos can be challenging. You want the setting to be just right, with the ideal lighting and a background that will compliment you and your fiancé in the best way. If you’re looking for that intimate, romantic setting for your engagement or wedding photoshoot in Toronto, the best locations in the GTA are here.

Are you looking for the best spots for your wedding or engagement pictures west of Toronto, in Burlington and Hamilton area? Check out my blog post, 15 Best and Most Romantic Engagement and Wedding Photo Locations in Hamilton and Burlington.

 

1. Humber Bay Park | Toronto

If you’re looking for a space for your engagement photos in Toronto with various backdrops for your photos, this is the perfect area! There’s a bridge for pictures with water in the background, or from the other side, you can capture part of the beautiful Toronto skyline. Located right off of Lakeshore Boulevard West, this green space is a little bit quiet amid the noise of the city. You can capture incredibly intimate and romantic pictures on the water or within the trails and paths of this park.

 

style: natural, rustic, romantic, earthy

elements: natural paths, Toronto skyline, city view, beach, bridges

the best time to take pictures: mornings

2. Edwards Gardens | Toronto

Located next to Toronto’s Botanical Garden, this area is filled with perennials and roses to set up the perfect backdrop for your pictures. Imagine you and your fiancé standing in front of a wall of flowers, all perfectly in bloom, and your photographer capturing the perfect picture that shows the love you and your fiancé have for each other. This area also features green spaces and paths for walking around and many options for capturing all the shots you want.

 

style: natural, classy, romantic

elements: botanical garden, bridge, creek, flowers, kept lawns, waterfall, wooden stairs

the best time to take pictures: weekdays, mornings on the weekend

3. Centennial Park | Toronto

I love this park for how universal it is. You can take plants, including pictures there, even in the wintertime! The 12,00 sqft Centennial Park Conservatory Greenhouse includes a cactus house, a tropical house, and a show house.

Do you think about some fall engagement photos? The trees in this park turn vibrant shades of reds, oranges and yellows during the fall, setting the scene for gorgeous engagement photos. Whether you’re looking for something a little more playful and fun – like running around in the leaves – or something more serious and romantic with your partner, Centennial Park offers a backdrop for engagement photos you’ll be proud to show off for years.

And in the summertime: you will not find a greener place. We will hide behind massive weeping willows trees and take some most intimate and rustic photos.

 

style: natural, classy, romantic

elements: a Japanese garden, greenhouse, bridges, creek, kept lawns, ski hill, sports facilities, weeping willows

the best time to take pictures: all week, watch out for events

4. Humber Arboretum | Toronto

Are you looking for a bit of oasis in the middle of the city? The Humber Arboretum is the perfect spot for you! What’s impressive about this location is that, while the photos are stunning, you can also have your wedding in this exact spot. It’s quaint and romantic, surrounded by beautiful and mature trees. There are many options here for perfect pictures, and you won’t regret sharing those intimate, romantic moments with your partner here and having them captured forever.

 

style: romantic, airy, fresh

elements: gazebos, gardens, lake, bridges, hard surface trails, a massive variation of flowers and trees

the best time to take pictures: early mornings, Sunday’s evenings, getting very busy during the day especially on Saturdays. Watch out for weddings and other events

 

5. Scarborough Bluffs | Toronto

Standing above the shoreline of Lake Ontario, the Scarborough Bluffs are a major part of the Toronto waterfront. There are a number of parks that are located among the bluffs, so if one park has amenities you prefer over another you can select the spot that is just right for you. You can get the perfect shot of standing over the bluffs, at sunset with the water in the background.  If you and your fiancé are adventurous and enjoy the outdoors this location will mix you love of being outdoors with romantic engagement photos. Combine shots of you hiking along the paths with pictures on the edge of the bluffs with Lake Ontario in the background for the perfect mixture of fun and intimate engagement pictures.

 

style: airy, romantic, earthy

elements: lakeview, cliffs,  spectacular views of the bluffs, marina, beach

the best time to take pictures: early mornings, weekdays

6. Trillium Park & Ontario Place | Toronto

Toronto is home to many parks and green spaces, but Trillium Park is one of the best waterfront parks in the city – maybe even in Ontario. This park has over 7 acres of gorgeous green space on one of the most fantastic parts of Toronto’s waterfront. Here you’ll see joggers, families taking a stroll on the weekends, cyclists pedalling through and many other residents of the city. 

Taking pictures here, you can wander along the Bill Davis trail that is surrounded by natural trees and flowers. This trail will lead you to iconic locations in the park like the Romantic Garden – which is an open space that is designed for groups or families to gather and relax or play. This space, with its lush greens and rocks for sitting on, offers a great backdrop for some casual and relaxed pictures of you as a couple. 

My favourite parts of this park are extraordinary Toronto skyline views, modern architecture and overall a great mix of everything: beautifully planned landscaping, romantic spots, beach, and the cherry on the top: string lights on the Ontario Place side.

 

style: airy, romantic, urban, classy

elements: waterfront, Toronto skyline, urban design, wooden pavilion, bridges

the best time to take pictures: early mornings, evenings, weekdays

7. Toronto Music Garden | Toronto

Located along Toronto’s inner harbour, the Toronto Music Garden is one of the most enchanted locations in the city, and it makes for beautiful pictures. Inspired by Bach’s First Suite for Unaccompanied Cello, your pictures will have a rich background with all of its greenery. You and your fiancé can walk along the path while I capture the candid shots that always turn out best. 

 

style: urban, romantic, poetic

elements: scenic garden, waterfront, CN Tower, amphitheatre

the best time to take pictures: early mornings

8. Cherry Beach & Polson Pier | Toronto

Located at the end of Cherry Street, south of Unwin Avenue, Cherry Beach is a popular place to enjoy Toronto’s waterfront. This beach doesn’t have a boardwalk, but a rustic lifeguard station gives you a unique, vintage look for your engagement pictures. This beach is pretty calm and is warmer than most other beaches in Toronto, so if you wanted a few pictures of dipping your toes in the water, you’d be met with warm water. 

Before heading over to Cherry Beach, we can visit Polson Pier – which gives one of the best views of the Toronto Skyline. This pier is located in Port Lands, a primarily industrial area along the waterfront of Toronto Harbour. Here you can find an amusement area with areas for swimming, beach volleyball and even a driving range. If you and your fiancé enjoy any of these activities, it gives us the perfect opportunity to get some shots of the two of you sharing in something you love.

 

style: urban, romantic, airy

elements: beach, guard station, Toronto Skyline, natural paths

the best time to take pictures: early mornings, evenings

9. HTO Park & HTO Beach | Toronto

This urban beach, which was created in 2007, has elements of a park, beach and golf course. One of the most notable features of this park is the sandpit that holds the iconic Muskoka chairs and giant, permanent yellow umbrellas. At night, when it’s dark, the park knolls are completely illuminated to make it enjoyable to enjoy evenings outside. 

This location makes a great spot for engagement pictures is you can enjoy a beach background right in the middle of the urban centre of Toronto. You and your fiancé can wander along the beach, at sunset, with your feet in the sand. We can also capture some perfect shots of your two splashing around and then just wander right over to the park for pictures with rich greenery in the background. 

 

style: urban, romantic, airy

elements: beach, guard station, Toronto Skyline, natural paths

the best time to take pictures: early mornings, evenings

10. Aga Khan Museum | Toronto

” The design of the Museum is inspired by a vision statement of “Light” by His Highness the Aga Khan. The notion of “Light” has been an inspiration for numerous human faiths and decades of history are referred to as the enlightenment. The Aga Khan had hoped that the building and the spaces around it will be seen as a celebration of light and the mysteries of light that nature and the human soul illustrate at every moment of our lives. ” ArchDaily

 

style: urban, modern, clean, airy

elements: lavender field, off-white granite slabs, water pools

the best time to take pictures: as there is nowhere to hide from the sun, only sunrise and sunset

11. Osgoode Hall | Downtown Toronto

I have been photographing at Osgoode Hall numerous times, and never got bored with this location. It looks different depends on the time of the year, day and light conditions. I feel like you can’t take the same pictures there twice. If you are into romance, elegance and great architecture, that’s the go-to spot. It’s one of the not that many locations in Toronto, where you don’t need any photography permit to take your pictures.

 

style: urban, contemporary, classic, chick

elements: neoclassical architecture, arches, garden

the best time to take pictures: anytime

12. Muskoka

There are many public beaches and all-year-round trails to take your wedding and engagement pictures. Just ask me, and I will share with you some of my secret spots.

 

style: natural, country, adventures

elements: scenic lookouts, lakes, forests, trails, gazebos

the best time to take pictures: anytime

13. Unionville | Markham

Unionville is special all year round, but if you are into Christmas, I can’t think about a better place in GTA where you can feel this European winter market’s feel.

 

style: contemporary, romantic, cozy

elements: charming street, cute shops, gazebo, parks, mill, old train station

the best time to take pictures: weekdays early mornings

14. Scotsdale Farm | Halton Hills

This hidden gem is just 1-hour drive from Toronto. Scotsdale Farm is a heritage farm located on Niagara Escarpment. The farm’s hills look breathtaking during the golden hour.

You don’t need a photography permit here, but make sure there are no movies production at the time you want to take your photos. This stunning location doesn’t require a permit, but as they are a non-profit organization, donations are always welcome.

 

style: natural, country, cozy

elements: heritage farm buildings, farm’s rolling hills, tall grass

the best time to take pictures: anytime, but strongly recommend the golden hour on the weekday

15. Kawartha Lakes

What about a fall weekend gateway, paired with your cozy engagement shoot?

 

style: natural, country, cozy

elements: lakes, forests

the best time to take pictures: anytime

16. Old Mill | Toronto

You can take advantage of the exterior and interior hallways of an elegant Old Mill Toronto.

 

style: elegant, timeless

elements: walk-out patio, bridge, pond, garden, stone paths

the best time to take pictures: anytime

17. Holland Marsh Wineries | Newmarket

Located in Newmarket, Holland Marsh Wineries is a great location if you are into vineyards, relaxing charm and rustic spirit.

 

style: rustic, country

elements: barn, gazebo, vineyard, rustic shack, waterfall, carriage

the best time to take pictures: sunset

18. Distillery District | Toronto

The pedestrian-only Distillery District, set in quaint 19th-century buildings that once housed a large whiskey distillery, draws newlyweds and engaged couples to its cobblestone streets lined with hip indie restaurants, bars and boutiques.

 

style: contemporary

elements: outdoor sculptures, red brick, white stones,

the best time to take pictures: weekdays, early weekend mornings

19. Liberty Village | Toronto

style: industrial

elements: red brick, steel, glass

the best time to take pictures: weekends

20. Richmond Green Sports Centre and Park | Richmond Hill

This huge park has a lot to offer as your wedding or engagement backdrop: the heritage gardens, pond, bridges, and a beautiful wedding garden gazebo. Visit Richmond Hill’s website to request a photography permit.

 

style: romantic, natural

elements: gardens, waterfall, gazebo, arched bridge

the best time to take pictures: sunrise, sunset

21. University of Toronto – St. George Campus

This location has plenty of photo-worthy backdrops: historical architecture, open green spaces, cute walkways, a fantastic view of the CN Tower, an arched alleyway and vine-covered walls.

 

style: elegant, romantic, chic

elements: gothic architecture, lush trees, columns, ivy walls, old brick, view of CN Tower

the best time to take pictures: anytime

22. Kariya Park | Mississauaga

Kariya Park is a beautiful, serene green space featuring Japanese-inspired gardens located in the heart of Mississauga. You can find cherry blossoms here during the blooming season.

I like how both small and balanced this park is. It makes an excellent location for people looking for big variations of backdrops with not much walking.

There are almost no parking spots there, but the park is only 2 minutes away from Square One, so I recommend parking there.

 

style: natural, romantic

elements: duck pond, pavilion, cherry trees, rhododendrons, bridges

the best time to take pictures: anytime

23. Woodbine Beach & the Beaches Park & Queen Street East | Toronto

If you have ever been to Woodbine beach, you know it gest crazy packed during weekends, and I don’t blame Torontonians. With its broad, sandy beach, long boardwalk and green parks giving a lot of shade, it makes it a perfect spot to hang out all day or take engagement pictures.

I suggest my couples spend some of their engagement photoshoot at Beaches Park and Queen Street East. It hooked me up a long time ago with its historic buildings, cute, independent shops, and slower traffic due to narrow streets and streetcars passing by.

 

style: natural

elements: wide beach, lifeguard station, pavilion, streetcars, historic buildings, cute coffee shops

the best time to take pictures: sunrise and sunset during the weekday, very early morning on the weekends

24. Guild Park & Gardens | Toronto, Scarborough

It’s a great spot for those interested in architecture. Guild Park and Gardens is a historic park formerly known as Guildwood Park offering gardens, wide green spaces, and over 70 architectural facades, columns and statues. The most popular spot is the Greek theatre, which makes the perfect backdrop for your engagement or wedding photos at any time of the year.

As this spot is very popular, make sure to secure your photography permit with the City of Toronto in advance.

 

style: elegant

elements: formal gardens, open-air theatre, baroque & neoclassical structures

the best time to take pictures: anytime

25. The Riverwood Conservancy | Mississauga

The Riverwood Conservancy is a perfect wedding and engagement spot if you are both into nature and history. You can get various pictures on the natural paths in the woods, in front of heritage buildings, beautiful gardens, and flowers.

It’s a great spot for larger wedding parties.

 

style: natural, rustic, romantic

elements: woodlands, ravines, perennial gardens, creeks, ponds, meadows, MacEwan Barn built-in 1850, Chappell House (heritage building)

the best time to take pictures: anytime, but make sure there are no schools classes at the same time as your slot

26. Harding Waterfront Estate | Mississauga

Harding Waterfront Estate is the perfect location for your wedding or engagement photoshoot.

From its gorgeous landscaped Estate grounds to the historic Mansion and waterfront views, Harding Waterfront Estate provides a beautiful backdrop for your photos.

Contact them to book a time slot for your pictures.

 

style: elegant, chic, historic

elements: historic Mansion, waterfront views

the best time to take pictures: any time is gorgeous there

27. Old Seed House Garden/Dominion Seed House | Georgetown

Contact the town of Halton Hills to book your session.

 

style: natural, earthy

elements: gazebo, gardens, paths

the best time to take pictures: it gest busy on the summer nights, the best time is sunrise or weekdays

28. The Ruby Manor | Brampton

The Ruby Manor is an indoor photography studio with 4 beautiful spaces and a lot of parking, located on the border of Brampton and Mississauga.

This is my go to studio for Holiday Minis.

 

style: elegant, lots of natural light, you can create pictures within any style you want

elements: fireplaces, white walls, black walls, many different backdrops

the best time to take pictures: anytime

29. Mint Room Studios | Toronto

Mint Room Studios is located in the Junction area and offers nine studio rooms full of natural light and high ceilings. It’s a perfect space for any kind of photoshoot: wedding, engagement, family. Mint Room Studios collaborates with many designers, florists and planners, and redecorates their areas many times during the year, creating gorgeous backdrops for Christmas or Valentine’s Day.

Mint Rooms allow only 10 participants simultaneously, so it may not be suitable for larger wedding parties.

style: elegant, lots of natural light, you can create pictures within any style you want

elements: fireplaces, white walls, black walls, many different backdrops

the best time to take pictures: anytime

30. Marie Curtis Park | Toronto

This not-too-big park is located in Etobicoke and is home to the Etobicoke Creek Trail, which flows to Lake Ontario. It offers a sandy beach, green areas with many trees, lawns, and willow trees.

It gets busy with families, so the best time to take your engagement photos is early in the morning or closer to the sunset on the weekday.

 

style: natural, romantic, earthy

elements: natural paths, Toronto skyline, city view, beach, bridges, old trees

the best time to take pictures: early mornings

31. Colonel Samuel Smith Park | Toronto

When I was living back in Etobicoke, there was not a week I wouldn’t visit this park. It’s home to many animals, birds and butterflies. It offers beautiful wildlife, trees, wildflowers and high grass. Harbour, downtown skyline and small beaches are also great backdrops for your wedding and engagement photoshoot.

 

style: natural, rustic, romantic, earthy

elements: natural paths, Toronto skyline, city view, beach, bridges

the best time to take pictures: sunrise and sunset

32. Graffiti Valley | Toronto

If you are a city couple, loving to have fun together and are looking for a unique place in the city core, Graffiti Valley may be perfect for you to get vibrant, urban engagement pictures full of colour.

 

style: urban, casual, vibrant

elements: graffiti, long alleys

the best time to take pictures: anytime

33. The Esplanade + Gooderham Building called Flatiron Building | Downtown Toronto

This section of Toronto is a street that runs east-west along the central waterfront of Toronto.  This street is really unique in that there are various sections making up this street and it almost looks like they aren’t even the same street. On the blocks between Jarvis and Parliament, it’s fairly residential with many low-rise and mid-rise buildings complete with David Crombie park on the south side of the street. On the blocks between Scott and Market Street, there are lots of restaurants. What’s really great about this location is that you can take a variety of photographs all with different backdrops without having to go to a bunch of different places in the city.

What I truly love about making wedding pictures at Front & Church street area is the authentic feeling of busy Toronto. Walking down the Front Street you can feel the dynamic and energy of this incredible city. And just a corner away I know a hidden, quiet spot where we can take some engagement pictures with CN Tower in the background.

 

style: urban, chic, classy

elements: CN Tower view, stoned arches, city vibe

the best time to take pictures: sunrise and sunsets

34. Sunflower Farm

Canadians are getting a little crazy every year with perfect sunflower Instagram photos, and I don’t blame them! Numerous farms outside Toronto allow for an adventurous engagement session in sunflower fields. My top three are Sunrise Sunflower Farm, The Apple Orchard, and Dixie Orchards. Make sure to contact them first, asking for a permit, and the best time for your photos, when sunflowers are in full bloom.

style: airy, romantic, natural

elements: cliffs, lake, beach, meadows

the best time to take pictures: weekdays only, weekends are too packed for quality pictures

35. Alpaca Farm

Ok, we mentioned some unique spots above, but if you are looking for a truly special and memorable engagement photoshoot, that’s the one. Alpaca’s are such hilarious and kind animals that your entire photoshoot will feel like a birthday party. The owners of S.A.M.Y.’s Alpaca Farm & Fibre Studio are very accommodating, so just let them know your plans, and they will be happy to support your vision.

style: airy, romantic, natural

elements: cliffs, lake, beach, meadows

the best time to take pictures: weekdays or early in the morning on weekends

36. Forks of the Credit Provincial Park | Caledon

When I feel like mountains are calling, Fork of the Credit Provincial Park is my place to go to feed the hiking hunger. It’s the most spectacular and beautiful provincial park at a reasonable distance from Toronto for summer and fall pictures. If you are into hiking, we can make a longer loop and chat for 2-3 hours, or we can make just a 1-hour short loop around the lake. Both options include phenomenal views and fun adventures.

style: airy, romantic, natural, adventures

elements: cliffs, lake, beach, meadows

the best time to take pictures: weekdays or early in the morning on weekends

37. R.C Harris Water Treatment Plant | Toronto East

One of the best things about this engagement photo location is that it’s kind of a hidden gem – not many people think of it as a place to take pictures at. Additionally, it doesn’t require a permit to capture pictures so we could head there any time and take a number of shots of the two of you.

This location features beautiful, breathtaking architecture to act as a backdrop for your pictures. You could also do pictures on the beach, with the waves in the background and overlooking Lake Ontario. The clean, sharp architecture provides a great contrast to cozy, romantic pictures and there is a lot of green space to walk through so you can capture many different views and angles.

style: urban, classy, airy, elegant

elements: unique architecture, beach, open green space

the best time to take pictures: weekdays or early in the morning on weekends

38. Rockwood Conservation Area | Guelph

style: outdoorsy, natural, adventures

elements: lookout points, river, bridges, old ruins, beach, trails in the woods

the best time to take pictures: anytime, avoid weekends in the middle of the day during summertime

39. Gairloch Gardens | Oakville  

These gardens are located on Lakeshore Rd in Oakville.  A stone pathway weaves its way through these lush gardens, bursting with the colours of various plants and flowers. Additionally, the Gairloch Gardens have a pond on the grounds with a lake view. These landmarks give a unique opportunity to have a variety of backgrounds for your photos, and gardens will provide the most romantic feeling to your photos. The only difficulty with this location is limited parking. 

40. The Philosopher’s Walk | Toronto 

This gorgeous and historical walking path is located on the St. George campus of the University of Toronto. It is surrounded by a few popular Toronto landmarks, including The Royal Ontario Museum, Trinity College and the Royal Conservatory of Music. There are decorative statues and monuments along the walkway, making it a unique setting in the city’s heart. The old architecture of the university adds an exceptionally romantic feel to pictures taken here.

41. Parkwood Estate and Gardens | Oshawa

This estate, located in Oshawa, Ontario, was designed in the early 1900s with landscaping and interior designs reflective of the 1920s. It was designated as a historical landmark in 1989. The McLaughlin family loved gardening and landscape, meaning the grounds of the estate were beautifully kept, with over 20 gardens on the property. To this day, some of the greenhouses are used to grow period and specialty plants and flowers. This is great for couples who want flowers in their photos that may be uncommon for others also to have. Plus, pictures on the grounds of a historic manor give a soft, romantic feel to the photos.

42. Amos Wright Park | Richmond Hill

Visit Richmond Hill’s website to request a photography permit.

43. David Dunlap Observatory Park | Richmond Hill

Have you ever checked out the David Dunlap Observatory Park in Richmond Hill? There are not many more unique spots to snap some wedding or engagement photos! You’ll absolutely fall in love with the unique building that you’ll see as soon as you enter the park – it has these beautiful blue doors that make for a stunning backdrop. Imagine taking a romantic stroll and capturing the memories of your special day surrounded by nature’s beauty. The park is such a wonderful place that not only offers a delightful setting for photos, but it also has many other things to enjoy, like hiking and picnicking.

Visit Richmond Hill’s website to request a photography permit.

44. Mill Pond Park | Richmond Hill

Visit Richmond Hill’s website to request a photography permit.

45. Glendon Hall, York University | North York

This beautiful venue boasts stunning architecture, making the perfect backdrop to capture your wedding or engagement. Glendon Hall walls are surrounded by lush greenery, creating a serene, unique, picturesque setting. Whether you’re looking for a grand, traditional feel or a more intimate atmosphere, Glendon Hall offers a range of options to suit your needs.

I particularly like how much variety this place offers, making it perfect for formal family and wedding party photos and more intimate and romantic pictures of just bride and groom.

Contact York University to secure your wedding or engagement photography permit.

46. Union Station + Commerce Court North  | Downtown Toronto

This beautiful venue boasts stunning architecture, making the perfect backdrop to capture your wedding or engagement. Glendon Hall walls are surrounded by lush greenery, creating a serene, unique, picturesque setting. Whether you’re looking for a grand, traditional feel or a more intimate atmosphere, Glendon Hall offers a range of options to suit your needs.

I particularly like how much variety this place offers, making it perfect for formal family and wedding party photos and more intimate and romantic pictures of just bride and groom.

Contact York University to secure your wedding or engagement photography permit.

47. Milne Conservation Park | Markham

This beautiful venue boasts stunning architecture, making the perfect backdrop to capture your wedding or engagement. Glendon Hall walls are surrounded by lush greenery, creating a serene, unique, picturesque setting. Whether you’re looking for a grand, traditional feel or a more intimate atmosphere, Glendon Hall offers a range of options to suit your needs.

I particularly like how much variety this place offers, making it perfect for formal family and wedding party photos and more intimate and romantic pictures of just bride and groom.

Contact York University to secure your wedding or engagement photography permit.

48. Waterfront Trail + Rouge Beach | Toronto East Side

This beautiful venue boasts stunning architecture, making the perfect backdrop to capture your wedding or engagement. Glendon Hall walls are surrounded by lush greenery, creating a serene, unique, picturesque setting. Whether you’re looking for a grand, traditional feel or a more intimate atmosphere, Glendon Hall offers a range of options to suit your needs.

I particularly like how much variety this place offers, making it perfect for formal family and wedding party photos and more intimate and romantic pictures of just bride and groom.

Contact York University to secure your wedding or engagement photography permit.

49. Phyllis Rawlinson Park | Richmond Hill

Visit Richmond Hill’s website to request a photography permit.

50.  Unity Park | Richmond Hill

Visit Richmond Hill’s website to request a photography permit.

… what about a bit west of Toronto?

Are you looking for the best spots for your wedding or engagement pictures west of Toronto, in the Burlington and Hamilton area? Check out my blog post, 25 Best and Most Romantic Engagement and Wedding Photo Locations in Hamilton and Burlington.

Interested in a photoshoot in these locations?

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