The Manor by Peter and Paul is becoming a popular choice for Indian wedding couples. This year, we have already had two beautiful Sikh ceremonies at this stunning venue, and we are excited to share our experience of photographing Indian Sikh weddings there.
The Manor by Peter and Paul
The Manor has quickly emerged as a preferred venue for Indian wedding couples, particularly for Sikh ceremonies. Our photography team has had the privilege of capturing the beauty of three Sikh weddings at this breathtaking location this year. The grandeur and elegance of The Manor provide the perfect backdrop for Indian Sikh weddings, creating an unforgettable experience for both the couples and their guests.
From the vibrant colours of the traditional attire to the sacred rituals and joyful celebrations, documenting these weddings at The Manor has been a remarkable and fulfilling experience. As we continue to witness the growing popularity of this venue among Indian wedding couples, we look forward to capturing more cherished moments and sharing our expertise in photographing Indian Sikh weddings at The Manor by Peter and Paul.
Located in the Carrying Place Golf & Country Club, just 30 minutes from the heart of Vaughan in King City, The Manor is a state-of-the-art venue surrounded by beautiful nature. If you are looking for a nature-inspired experience for your wedding this is a great wedding venue option. Please also check out our other 10 venues around the city so please check out these venues as well. Link to The Peter & Paul’s Hospitality is here
Outdoor Ceremony Space at Peter & Paul’s Manor
For Sikh or Hindu outdoor weddings, The Manor is a fantastic option. The ceremony location overlooks a man-made pond, providing a charming and peaceful view of the lush green space. Guests can comfortably sit in the shade of a permanent tent structure, which has a high ceiling that allows natural light to flow through. The tent is well-maintained and gives a clean look to the images.
Since the venue is located near the water, it is not very hot during the ceremony, which can last for about 45-60 minutes. There is also a charming gazebo on the pond that can be used for a Hindu ceremony, although we recommend planning for a tent space instead, as the gazebo is angled, which limits the guests’ views and is not very spacious.
From our experience at recent ceremonies, the couple can either sit inside the tent for their Sikh or Hindu wedding or sit outside the tent close to the edge of the pond. On a sunny day, it is better to sit inside the tent, as it can get really hot during the ceremony, especially when wearing sherwani and lenghas. Direct sunlight is also not ideal for Sikh tones, as it can be harsh on the skin, making makeup imperfections more visible in direct sunlight than in the shade.
The Manor’s Capacity
The tent can accommodate up to 250 guests for a Sikh or Hindu morning outdoor ceremony. Compared to other outdoor venues for Indian weddings, it is a great option for most couples. The tent also opens up to the ballroom behind, which can accommodate more guests if needed.
Indoor Space The Manor at Peter and Paul
The Manor’s modern ballrooms have wall-to-ceiling glass windows that give the indoor space a fresh and airy atmosphere, making it perfect for a breakfast or lunch service after or before the outdoor tent ceremony. The location can also host a Hindu wedding for up to 250 guests, with a stunning view overlooking the water body and lush green space of the golf course. The view is one of a kind, and Indian wedding clients have the option of catering their food from partnered Indian wedding vendors. The Manor’s service is exceptional, and both Peter and Paul’s and the venue’s staff can service any of your Indian wedding needs.
Photography Spaces The Manor at Peter and Paul
After the wedding, couples can take advantage of the Manor’s beautiful surroundings for their post-wedding Sikh or Hindu photoshoot. The venue is located on a golf course surrounded by lush green lands, providing plenty of areas to take stunning photographs. You can also use the lake background or the gazebo structure. On this particular wedding, we did go to an outdoor venue for a farm aesthetic
Service at The Manor at Peter and Paul
Peter and Paul are known for their exceptional service, which is evident throughout The Manor. The staff is friendly and easy to work with, as reported by SAWC planners and Arora Events. Even though catering is not in-house, they are proactive and ensure that Indian wedding guests are accommodated at The Manor in every possible way.
Location is the Key
The venue is located towards King City, which is about a 45-minute drive on the 407 from Brampton and Mississauga, and 20 minutes from the Vaughan area. While it may be a bit far for couples on the west side, the 407 ETR can help.
Overall, The Manor by Peter and Paul in King City is a beautiful place to plan your Indian wedding. The venue can accommodate up to 250 guests, which is perfect for many Indian wedding couples. However, it’s important to keep in mind that the maximum capacity might not work for all couples. Here is a link to other venues which might interest you for Outdoor Sikh or Hindu Weddings – Link