When I walked into Cambridge Mill, I immediately knew that this would be a venue that I would love shooting at. The five-story restored building is one of the oldest buildings in Cambridge, located directly beside the Grand River. The original stonework and panoramic views from the wrap around patio makes the building look rustic and timeless.
The location offers a variety of rooms that to host a reception. The smallest area, which can hold up to 100 guests, is the Waterfront Room & Garden Terrace, which features limestone walls and a wood-burning fireplace. Slightly larger than the Waterfront is The Gallery, which can host an event of around 130 people. The Gallery is unique and romantic with glass chandeliers, exposed beams and high ceilings. The largest of the three reception areas is The Falls Room & Solarium that can comfortably fit 200 guests. The exposed stonework, 12-foot ceilings, fireplace, and soft, natural lighting make this hall an elegant atmosphere from daylight into the evening. The Pavilion is the area designated to outdoor ceremonies, where a bride and groom can say exchange vows beside the river in a glass-encased chapel. This has been one of the most memorable wedding venues to attend in Ontario because of its charm and the historic background that goes with it.