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Bridal Shops in Toronto
Bridal shops in Toronto can truly make magic happen. For the couple planning a wedding, Toronto bridal shops have everything you need to get the job done in style. Whether you’re on a budget or only limited by your imagination, our local vendors have what you need to make your vision a reality—from the dress to the flowers to the cake.
Where to buy wedding dresses
Maybe you know exactly what you’re looking for… maybe you want to sip champagne and be surprised and delighted by what the bridal team passes you to try on. Either way, you’re going to have the exact experience you want at these delightful wedding dress shops.
Kleinfeld Hudson’s Bay
Dedicated to providing the ultimate shopping experience for all things bridal, Kleinfeld Hudson’s Bay has over 20,000 sq ft of exquisite wedding gowns, accessories, jewellery, shoes, lingerie and more. Every wedding style imaginable is here. Plus, devoted and knowledgeable consultants are committed to making the shopping journey as special and memorable as the big day. 176 Yonge St.
This family-owned business has been operating since 1944, making it Canada’s oldest bridal salon. Book an appointment to be guided through the collection by a seasoned pro. Becker’s Bridals is home to the Barbra Allin Collection, which is designed and handcrafted in Becker’s own Toronto studio and sold exclusively locally. For a uniquely Toronto wedding dress and talented customer service, head to Becker’s. Dresses range from $400 to $5,000. 387 Danforth Ave.
Jealous Bridesmaids Bridal Studio
Owner Charmaine Mendyk built her bridal studio on her passion for finding the perfect dress. With a bubbly staff who aims to make clients feel comfortable in the warm and unpretentious setting, Jealous Bridesmaids is all about a fun shopping experience.
Gather up your gang and make an afternoon of perusing the collections, which includes brands like Pronovias, Alfred Sung, Sorella Vita and more. The average gown is $1,400 and there are often sample sale discounts of up to 60%. 1610A Bloor St. W.
Step into this secluded 3rd floor Yorkville hideaway and prepare yourself for a deluxe shopping experience. Runway-inspired dresses, spacious dressing rooms and champagne toasts make White Toronto a full-service destination ideal for fashion-forward brides. Let owner Andrea Anastasiou, with her years of industry expertise, help you find your perfect statement gown. 19 Hazelton Ave.
Where to buy wedding flowers
Flowers are the iconic, romantic touch that makes every wedding come alive, from the bouquet to the centrepieces. Here are a couple of Toronto favourites.
Bloor Village Flowers
Offering fresh flowers at low prices for 20+ years, this unassuming west end shop is dedicated to creating the perfect floral arrangement for weddings and other occasions. Owner Melissa Chu’s clientele includes esteemed Toronto institutions like Yorkville’s Hotel Intercontinental, The Liberty Grand and The Four Seasons. From glamorous bouquets to bohemian centrepieces, Bloor Village Flowers will make sure your arrangement fits your vision and budget. 2208 Bloor St. W.
Flower Plus is the well-loved, upscale Leaside flower shop that’s been in business since 1985 and has clientele all across Ontario. Specializing in the classics (roses, peonies and hydrangeas), Flower Plus creates arrangements with three guiding principles—design, inspiration and distinction. For the unconventional couple, Flower Plus also offers arrangements of funky feathers and high-quality silk flowers. 1709 Bayview Ave.
Where to buy wedding cakes
It’s beautiful. It’s tasty. It’s one of the most exciting parts of planning your wedding: it’s your wedding cake!
I Do! Wedding Cakes
Artistic, affordable and delicious cakes include a stand, topper and delivery in the comprehensive I Do! Collection bundle service. I Do! is a one-stop-shop for your wedding cake needs. Visit owner Olivia Nguyen, who has more than 10 years of experience in cake design, to try all her flavours—14 spins on moist vanilla or chocolate sponge cake filled with meringue buttercream. 2700 Dufferin St.
For the Love of Cake
Owner Genevieve Finley brings much imagination to her custom sculptural cakes. Handmade fondant creations range from whimsical cartoon characters to cityscapes to life-like ribbons and flowers. Choose from flavours like Guinness chocolate, maple bacon and fillings like Oreo and peanut butter buttercream. Whether you’re in search of a wedding cake, grooms cake or anniversary cake, For the Love of Cake in Liberty village can make your idea edible. 171 East Liberty St.
The Wedding Cake Shoppe
Sister owners Cindy and Sarah Coelho started The Wedding Cake Shoppe, Toronto’s first and only devoted wedding cake boutique. Since 2009, the pair—a certified pastry chef/sugar sculpting expert and her apprentice—have created from-scratch, modern and traditional wedding cakes and cupcakes that have been featured in Wedding Bells magazine, Today’s Bride, Slice Network and more. Meet the pair for a consultation and sample three of their flavours, which include classics like red velvet, carrot and devil’s food chocolate. 859 College St.