Wedding Venue Spotlight

Liuna Station is the dreamiest.

This historic venue in Hamilton, Ontario was built between 1929 and 1931 by the Canadian National Railway and is rich with character, history, and opulence.  The venue boasts Italian marble floors, oak paneling, high ceilings, great lighting (natural and event lighting) and luxurious drapery.  It has an extraordinary and bold exterior with perfectly groomed grounds and a fountain that makes the perfect setting for wedding photos.  They have four ballrooms, have an 1,850 person capacity, and apparently they have served 180,074 lobster tails.

When I was still working (I’m currently on maternity leave), I attended quite a few corporate events there as the Sales & Marketing Coordinator for the Sheraton Hamilton Hotel.  My first time there was for a Valentine’s Day Dinner which also included a small trade show in the grand lobby where we were promoting Wedding Guestroom Blocks at the Sheraton.  Dinner was more than delicious, the decor was on point, service was seamless, and the entertainment provided by DJ Emporium was a riot!  It all was so fun,  luxurious, and romantic!  Definitely an evening to remember and I was hooked.

I’m beyond excited to say that I will be doing in a wedding here for the first time in September 2019!  Our circular arch and a few other elements are going to be used and I can’t wait for our designs to be photographed in this gorgeous setting.  It will probably be about another year until we get to see those photos, but in the meantime, check out the trailer below for peek at a stunning wedding that took place at Liuna Station

 xo

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