I’m pretty much in love with everything from today’s styled shoot feature captured by Erin Walker Photography & Aeris Photography. An amazing collective of Edmonton vendors teamed up to create a modern tablescape of mint and coral with pops of gold throughout. Not normally a colour combination you’d expect, it’s unexpectedly fresh and chic. The stationery, cake and dress are all swoon worthy and surely another to bookmark for later.
Says Cheryl of (Aeris Photography): “The bride and groom, Becky and Josh are a real life couple – engaged and set to be married in just a few short months. Even though their wedding hasn’t happened yet Josh’s face lit up with love and emotion when he saw Becky come out dressed in the gorgeous gowns chosen for her for the shoot. The inspiration for this shoot came from the event stylist’s (Sweet Bliss Weddings) love of bow and arrows…and the remaining details were inspired by the fresh cabin-in-the-forest environment that she practices in. Mint linens, coral flowers, a textured blush runner, a stunning mint cake and gold arrow accents made this charming bridal session come to life. Our bride modelled two dresses; a lace mermaid gown and a layered dress with a modern geometric feel.”
Photographers: Erin Walker Photography & Aeris Photography
Floral Designer: Akiko Floral Artistry Inc.
Event Planner:Sweet Bliss Weddings
Stationery: Lovesky Design Inc.
Dress Store: Delica Bridal
Heirlooms and extras: Elegant Touches
Makeup Artist: Mookie Salinas Makeup Artist
Hair: Jack’d Up Beauty Boutique
Bridal Accessories: Lottie-Da Designs (Etsy)
Cake Designer: Style Cakes
Held at a private estate just north of Calgary, Alberta, Stephanie and Tyler’s special day captured by Photographik Wedding Photographers was nothing short of lovely. In a pretty palette of soft pink and white, the wedding had a rustic flair with elegant details including calligraphy stationery throughout and vintage inspired floral arrangements. The ceremony took place on the 9th hole of a private golf course that was designed on an estate lot in the foothills of the Rock Mountains which served as the perfect backdrop. Guests were treated to a cocktail style reception filled with good eats such as mac and cheese, an oyster bar, sliders and charcuterie. A special, intimate day for both the bride and groom shared with their family and friends.
Just looking at the pictures of today’s feature, you never would have guessed that it was actually a styled engagement shoot. It surely had me fooled! Edward of wanted a “1940’s courtship vibe” where the couple would have a natural and classic look reminescent of The Notebook. Have a great weekend.
Set at the Art Gallery of Hamilton’s Design Annex, today’s photoshoot is utterly inspiring. Acting as both the designer and florist for the shoot, Spunky Sapphire Events teamed up with photographer Shelly Spithoff and some additional talented Ontario vendors to create a modern tablescape with whimsical details. It’s lovely to see the use of bold colours throughout, including the multiple centerpieces, cake and blooms in the wall. I love how a collection of mis-matched vases filled with a couple different florals can make such a big impact statement.
Says Anna (Spunky Sapphire Events): “A glam winter fete, with a promise of spring. Inspired by the juxtaposition of the Art Gallery of Hamilton’s Design Annex, this shoot sought to bring together organic design with refined elegance. You could say Hamilton is the Brooklyn of Ontario with its one-of-a-kind spaces and artisan community. I wanted something that was tangible and within reach for brides, but still a unique take and something eye-catching. The simplicity came into play with the various jars and variety of flowers as well as the table runner created from placemats! How they were matched together was the impactful part. That flower wall was a dream to install and absolutely a group favorite! It’s amazing how a mix of small blooms can work together to make such a statement! Taking a simple space with loads of texture and infusing it with color, romance, and whimsy was such a treat and proves that simple items grouped together can be quite stunning!”
Artistic Director/Event Designer: Anna of Spunky Sapphire Events
Floral Designer: Anna of Spunky Sapphire Events
Cake Designer: Rachel of Rach’s Cakes
Stationary Designer: Amanda of Rock Paper Gifts
Linens: Amanda of Linen Closet
Vintage Furniture: Leslie of Warehouse 84
Photography: Shelly of Shelly Spithoff