A total dreamy fairytale shoot graces the blog today, captured by Organic Album.
“We were inspired by the picturesque spring in the NW. We wanted to bring out the springtime scene and capture the romance in the air. I was able to capture the handsome groom and the gorgeous bride in the midst of their sweet moments. The white horse, that The Hood River Equestrian Center Provided, completed the entire look! The Blush Duchess Gown Wedding Dress lovely flowed with the soft blossoms and white horse. ”
Photographer: Organic Album
Equipment Rentals: Barclay Events
Professional:Hood River Equestrian Center
Veils and headpieces:Julia Sirosh
Hair Stylist: Lana Mazun
Dress Designer: Melissa Price
Cake Designer:Numai Dulce Bakery
Design and Decor:NW Luxury Events
Professional:Organic Album by Darya
Floral Designer: Unique Floral Design
Submitted via Two Bright Lights
Shot entirely on film, today’s feature courtesy Kirill Bordon Photography is entirely swoon-worthy. Planned by Shing Weddings along with a stellar team of BC vendors, this vintage-inspired wedding is filled with rich hues of the orange/red paired with cream that is just fitting for some fall inspiration.
Photography: Kirill Bordon Photography
Planner: Shing Weddings
Wedding dress: Truvelle
Headpieces and Belt: Olivia
Venue: Mount Lehman Winery
Floral: Limelight Floral Design
Model: Rhiannon Roberts
Auto: A Stylish Arrival
Decor: Vintage Meant For Rent
Cake: Cannele and Honeybun
Makeup: Paeonia Makeup by TL
Hair: Candice Styles
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.