An absolutely lovely wedding graces the top of the blog this morning, held at the Holland Marsh Winery in Newmarket, Ontario. While there are many colours used throughout, they’re all soft and complementary to the rustic vintage theme making for the perfect mix. Trica and Adam worked with Bliss Events to create an event that was not only beautiful but also a treat for guests including a drink station at the wedding ceremony, flip flops for dancing and steel drums for the reception music. Almost makes you wish you could have been there! Photography is by Pink Bliss Photography.
Trica & Adam wanted a rustic-chic wedding at the beautiful Holland Marsh Winery. Tricia’s love of Pinterest and wedding blogs gave her lots of ideas for a fun beverage station when guests arrived to the ceremony, a beautiful vintage window shutter seating chart, and adorable flip-flip stations outside the ladies room. This beautiful was all smiles on her big day, and her husband-to-be was nothing short of gushing. The two shone with love, and were surrounded by joyous friends and family.
The vineyard was a perfect location for the two to tie the knot, and mother nature did not disappoint with the sun shining all day. When the fun finally went down, twinkle strung lights lit up the terrace, and candles filled the indoor exposed wood beam event room. Guests dined family style and filled the room with laughter. Wooden planks with mason jars full of garden flowers sat on the tables, and the head table was caped off with a custom cake by one of the bride’s family members.
Tricia, Adam, and their family kept the party going all night long with amazing music and dancing, and displayed one of the most electrifying “Electric Slide”‘s that we have ever seen.
I’m just absolutely smitten with today’s wedding inspired shoot. Held in the beautiful Niagara region, Bruna Sanches and Kathie Barone paired up with some amazing Ontario vendors to create a spring photoshoot that’s just oh-so-dreamy. The beautiful peach blossom orchards served as the picture perfect backdrop and was paired so unbelievably well with the pink and gold hues used throughout the decor. Chevron sequin linens, gold plated tea cups, lovely floral arrangements and a beautiful bride…gorg! Photography is by Simply Lace Photography.
This styled photo shoot was set in the breathtaking Niagara Region in Ontario, amid the beautiful peach blossom orchards that come to life for only a short, fleeting time each year. The inspiration for this styled shoot came to me during the long winter months that we had this past year. I craved the sunshine, fresh flowers, happiness, romance, lace and soft tones of spring. I wanted to capture the reawakening of the pastel pinks, blues and greens of spring, as they emerged from the winter greys. I’m honoured to have met and worked with some very talented vendors who helped me bring my vision to life.
This year, the peach blossoms proved to be elusive and never really came into full bloom. As we anxiously waited nearly a month for the first blossoms to bloom, we had to work hard to adapt and prepare every vendor to be ready to go at a moment’s notice, while not having a set date.
But the challenge was so worth it! I’m so happy with the romantic and soft feel of this styled shoot. I have a love for all things pretty, dreamy, airy and magical– I am a total romantic!– and I think the shoot captures all of those. I also hope it will inspire brides and show that something simple and soft is easy to create when it’s set in a beautiful peach orchard during those magical spring days.
Photography: Simply Lace Photography Vintage Decor & Furniture: Southern Charm Vintage Rental Stylists: Bruna Sanches and Kathie Barone Stationary: By Invitation Only Florist: Bloomin’ Crazy Vintage China: Vintage Dish Dessert – The Cocoa Cakery Make up and Hair: Victoria Fedosoff / The Beauty Team Model: Rachelle Van Dijk Wedding Venue: The Orchard Croft Bridal Ring – Spence Diamonds Bridal Boutique – Jolie Bridal Chairs – Majestic Chair Boutique Table Cloth Sequin – Always a Bridesmaid – Wedding Venue – The Orchard Croft
When you’ve seen loads of engagement sessions, you really appreciate ones held at unique locations. Along with 3Photography, Emily and Paul had their session held at an indoor conservatory in Toronto that was filled with loads of lush greenery and vibrant florals.
Says Jaclyn: Emily and Paul are a fun, loving, and vibrant pair, and this location reflects them as a couple so beautifully. They were totally in their element here. Emily had suggested we do our shoot at Allan Gardens and I was of course on board because it the most lovely place to shoot – a photographer’s dream! Not only was it the most perfect light inside of the green house, but it was JAM PACKED with the most incredible plants, flowers, succulents, you name it. Beautiful, curving stone paths took you through the entire gardens which was so peaceful and calming. After taking some shots inside of the greenhouse, we decided to step outside and take advantage of the awesome outskirts of the greenhouse, especially the windows looking inside.
Both this couple and the location are pretty amazing. Can we also note how incredible Emily‘s amazing red hair looks against the wonderful greens in these photos? I love it! Emily and Paul were so easy and fun to shoot, and I cannot wait for their wedding!
Today’s wedding is classic with a vintage flair. The bride in lace had her hair set in beautiful waves and she carried a bouquet made out of colourful brooches. Captured by K Push Studios, the event was held at The Doctor’s House in Kleinburg, Ontario.
Photographer: K Push Studios
Flowers: The Flower crate
Venue: The Doctor’s House
DJ: VIP Entertainment Group
CupCakes: KOKO’s Cakes
Make up: Ang Ellison from MAC
Hair: Lindsay MCClelland from Great Lengths Hair Gallery
Dress: Allure Bridals
Shoes: Jimmy Choo
Bridesmaids Dresses: The Dessy Group
Groom/Groomsmen Suit: Calvin Klein