The city of Toronto is just full of little communities with bursting character. isos photography captured Callie and Zak in Toronto’s cabbagetown for some smiles and laughter.
Photography: isos photography
Anytime I receive something involving Lynzie Kent (Love by Lynzie Weddings + Events), I know it’s going to be out of the box awesome and just full of inspiration. She recently paired up with Scarlet O’Neill, Beet and Path and The Linen Closet to create a retro Hawaiian luau filled with tropical details and gold pineapples (yes!). This should definitely give those of you planning weddings some ideas that will infuse a bit of fun into your special day.
Says Lynzie: The event was the annual summer ball at the Royal Canadian Yacht club. My team was asked to style the event with glamorous details and florals that were reminiscent of a retro hawaiian luau. We incorporated tropical blooms, vintage boogie boards, kitchy Hawaiian sayings, tropical bowling made from pineapples and coconuts, and we had all the servers dress in retro hawaiian shirts. We love the overall effect that was created.
Engagement sessions are much more meaningful when held at a location that is important to both the bride and groom. Today I’m sharing Kim and Brenden’s session captured by Matthew Clemente Photography.
Says Matthew: With Brenden being a rugby player, Kim and Brenden often find themselves at the Twin Elm Rugby Park in Ottawa. So it was only fitting that their engagement session capture all the memories they forged here. We timed the shoot just before sunset to take advantage of the beautiful golden October light.
Photography: Matthew Clemente Photography
This will surely start your week off on a beautiful note as I am sharing a recent collaboration that is sure to inspire you. Captured by Oak & Myrrh Photography, models wore unique floral creations by Reannan Ross Floral in non-traditional ways to show you how gorgeous it is when you step outside the box of typical wedding design. Makeup and hair was done by Beauty by Melissa Joy.