Congratulations on your upcoming wedding! 

Town of Aurora offers civil marriage ceremonies for couples planning to have a non-religious ceremony. A civil marriage ceremony is a great option if you are having a destination wedding and want to ensure that your legal paperwork is filed in Ontario.

Weddings at the Armoury

Weddings at the Armoury are postponed until further notice. Please call 905-506-0748 for alternative options

The Town of Aurora and the Canadian Food and Wine Institute (CFWI) located at the Aurora Armoury (89 Mosley Street) are excited to announce a joint wedding program.

Couples now have the opportunity to be married at the historical landmark “The Armoury”. This fully renovated location, offers the perfect ambiance for your wedding day.

Weddings at the Armoury comes with an all-inclusive packages that includes:

  • Room rental and setup
  • Civil service  provided by a Town of Aurora Officiant
  • Simple green florals and archway
  • Photography
  • Bubbly toast and food selection du Chef for 4 people

The all-inclusive package is $900 taxes included. Ceremonies will take place on Friday afternoons at 12:30 p.m. and 2 p.m.

2021 Available Dates *

  • April 9
  • April 23
  • May 7
  • May 28
  • June 11
  • June 25
  • July 9
  • July 10
  • July 23
  • August 6
  • August 7
  • August 20
  • September 19
  • September 24
  • October 8
  • October 22

*Listed dates above may be booked. Please contact the Armoury to confirm availability.

For more information on booking a wedding  email the Armoury or call 905 506 0748 for available dates. The Town of Aurora and the CFWI together offer a variety of  wedding packages to fit your budget and are available in a safe Covid-19 environment. (Precautions and restrictions strictly enforced) We look forward to celebrating your special day!

​Ceremony Details

The availability of off-site wedding ceremonies is at the discretion of the Marriage Officiant and may be subject to additional charges.

Couples can choose to bring additional decorations and music. Please review the general information and guidelines for additional information on acceptable decorations and music.

Couples can choose from one of four ceremony scripts (see below under "Downloads.") You can also add your own personalized vows or other custom elements. All additions to the ceremony must be approved by the Marriage Officiant at the mandatory consultation meeting and cannot include religious elements due to the civil nature of the ceremony.


Two witnesses are required. Both witnesses should be over 14 years of age (16 years old preferred). The witnesses must be able to understand the ceremony and what is actually taking place. If you are unable to provide your own witnesses, Town staff can act as witnesses for a nominal fee (subject to availability). Please arrange this service at the time of your consultation.

​Marriage Licence

Couples who want to get married in Ontario require a valid Ontario Marriage Licence, which can be purchased from the Town. Marriage licences are valid for a period of three months after the issue date and must be given to the Marriage Officiant during the consultation meeting. For more information on obtaining a Marriage Licence please visit the Town's Marriage Licences webpage

​Marriage Consultation

Couples must attend a pre-ceremony consultation two weeks prior to your ceremony and bring the following documents:

  • Current valid photo identification
  • Valid Ontario Marriage Licence
  • Receipt for payment of the ceremony
  • A completed Civil Marriage Questionnaire

Consultation meetings can be booked with the Marriage Officiant at time of reservation.

For more information about Civil Marriages or to book a ceremony, please contact the Customer Service Department at 905-727-1375 or  

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