Today’s post is bursting with inspiration. Have you heard of the “Lovestruck“? It’s a faux-wedding and event expo that takes place on March 30th at the Berkeley Church and Field House in Toronto. The directors of the show asked the Love by Lynzie Weddings + Events team to create an engagement shoot for the event’s couple, Jack and Leena and below are three of the creative backdrops that they styled. Photography is by Scarlet O’Neill.
The Love by Lynzie Weddings + Events team crafted three backdrops for the shoot, all out of paper. The first, a geometric honeycomb backdrop inspired a vignette complete with a honeycomb flavoured cake, a gin and honey signature cocktail, and bright, bold masculine colours. The second, antique frames filled with paper dolls and hearts, features sweet, feminine colours, an antique couch, and a graphic save the date. The final backdrop, featuring only our bride, was made using the pages of old books, muslin, botanical prints an a beautiful, rainbow coloured floral garland.
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Concept, Backdrops and Styling: Love by Lynzie Weddings + Events
Photography: Scarlet O’Neill
Antique Rentals: Happily Ever After Events Inc.
Floral Design: Hoopla
Hair and Makeup: Lush Brush
Cakes and Sweets: The Wedding Cake Shoppe
Stationery: Megan Wappel Designs
Ties and Blue Dress: CMP Originals
Jewellery for the First Look and Clutches: The Loved One
White Dress: Xiste
Jewellery for the Second Look: Hattitude
Excited to start off the week with a lovely wedding captured by Janice Yi Photography. So many details make this wedding memorable. For me, it’s undeniably the dress, the colours and the wedding ceremony. The bride wore a vintage inspired lace dress and bridesmaids were covered in soft, pale teal. Another sweet touch was the fact that the bride and groom walked down the aisle to the Hamilton Children’s Choir. So lovely.
Photographer: Janice Yi Photography
Rentals and day-of styling: KJ and Co.
Musicians: Hamilton Children’s Choir
Tuxedo and Mens Attire: Burrows
Makeup Artist: Makeup Worx
Dress Store: Promises & Lace Bridal Boutique
Reception Venue: Royal Botanical Gardens
Floral Designer: Westdale Florists
Submitted via Two Bright Lights
In case you didn’t know, I love astilbe. LOVE. And today I’m sharing with you a lovely wedding that is chock-full of it. I’m pretty much smitten. The beautiful florals were created by Ooh La La Designs and the wedding was captured by Andrea’s Impressions Photography. Surely this vintage garden inspired wedding will start off your weekend on an inspiring note.
Says Andrea of Andrea’s Impressions: Have you ever made a wish…seriously how many of us haven’t? Our bride Katrina loves to wish at 11:11, it is something she has always done, make a wish and dream of it coming true. So one evening, at 11:11 the love of her life turned to her, asked her to close her eyes and make a wish. When she nervously opened her eyes, there is a gorgeous engagement ring sitting in the palm of her hand and the handsome man of her dreams down on one knee. This is the true love story of Katrina and Hermes.
Both Katrina and Hermes live and work in the hustle and bustle of Toronto; they wanted nothing more than to have their nuptials at a beautiful vineyard nestled in the heart of Niagara Wine Country. The day was exactly how they had envisioned it: an intimate wedding steeped in tradition and love, surrounded by friends and family.
The vintage garden bridal bouquet accented with astilbe, pale pinkroses, minty green eucalyptus, burlap, lace and an antique brooch exquisitely complimented the both the brides gown and the bridesmaids’ dresses. Katrina’s touches of DIY were extraordinary and anchored the décor with absolute perfection. Vintage garden at it’s best!
Maeghan and Bassem had their engagements shot outdoors in Toronto by Oak & Myrrh Photograph. Bassem grew up in Cairo, so the two were married weeks after in beautiful Egypt.