I know as of late I’ve been sharing a lot of gold & pink weddings, but truth be told, I can’t help it. The lovely combination is entirely on trend utterly beautiful in every way possible. So of course, I’m excited to share today’s wedding captured by Purple Tree Photography. Stephanie and Jeffery, along with the help of Ksenia from Affairy Events created a luxurious event with gold, ornate vases and goblets filled with soft pink and fushia florals. Bridesmaids wore pink floor-length dresses and the Stephanie wore a gorgeous jeweled hair piece to match her glittered shoes.
Svetla of Purple Tree Photography shares details from the day:
Stephanie and Jeff prepared letters for each other and no one could hold their tears when Stephanie was reading Jeff’s note in the morning, it was a truly touching moment. Groom and his groomsmen arrived to the hotel where Stephanie and all the girls were getting ready, it was the first time when Jeff saw his future wife, wearing red traditional dress. Jeffery and Stephanie’s big day was filled with laughter and joy from the very beginning. Then we moved to Adamson Estates for the formal photos and we did another “reveal” with Stephanie wearing gorgeous white western gown. This location was perfect as it served as a perfect diverse background for everything we wanted! Followed by a big ceremony and a fun reception at Mississauga Convention Centre it was the wedding everyone will remember for a long time. Caprice Design & Decor did a magnificent job as always, providing couple with amazing bouquets, flower arrangements and centre pieces.
Photography: Purple Tree Photography | Ceremony and Wedding Venue: Mississauga Convention Centre | Photos Location: Adamson Estates | Dress: David’s Bridal | Bridesmaids dresses: Vera Wang Collection | Wedding Planner: Ksenia from Affairy Events | Flowers: Caprice Design & Decor | Make up: Fancy Face & Patrick Rahme | Shoes: Kate Spade | Sweets and Cake: Sweet Philosophy | Invitations: Precious Invitations
Claire and Dale, both Vancouverites, always wanted a destination wedding and decided Kelowna would be the perfect location, close enough for family and friends, yet a beautiful and new location to be experienced. Claire, an interior designer, brought her romantic inspired wedding to life with the help of Tyler of Defining Decor absolutely transforming the Harvest Golf Club like never before. Inspired by golds and pink, the long reception tables were covered in boxed pink and white centerpieces and flanked by gold chiavari chairs. A touch of glamour was also present, as mirrored pillars were used in the ceremony with hanging crystals on the arbor, along with jeweled bands were wrapped around the column vases. Photography is by Jades Photography. Enjoy!
Photography: Jades Photography
Interior Design: Arden Interiors
Cake: Cakes by Kathie
Co-ordinator: Agatha Soros
Reception Decor & Florals: Defining Decor
Makeup – Julie May Romas
Hair: Charlotte McGregor
MOH & Bridesmaids Dresses: H&M
Groom’s suit – custom – Seville
Wedding dress: Mori Lee Blu from Bridal Gallery
Venues: Ceremony & Reception - The Harvest Golf Club
First Look: St. Hubertus Winery
Ending off the week with a beautiful Vancouver wedding held at the Brockhouse Restaurant. Captured by Jamie Delaine Photography, Helen and Samuel’s wedding is entirely detail filled with hand stitched blankets as gifts for guests and custom watercolor stationery. Bridesmaids wore soft pink dresses and centerpieces were a mix of ivory, white and pink.
Photography: Jamie Delaine Photography
Venue: Brockhouse Restaurant
Dress Designer: Lillen Collection
Dress Store: Bisou Bridal
Groom’s Suit: Brooks Brother
Shoes: Johnston & Murphy
Florist: Garden Party Flowers
Band: Sons of Granville
Cake Designer: Seona Park
Simply Rose Photography always shares the most loveliest of weddings so it’s no surprise that today’s feature is entirely swoon-worthy. Bethany and Tim’s wedding at the Vancouver Lawn & Tennis Club is classic and elegant in a palette of blush pink, white and gold. So pretty.
Says Rose: We started the day off in Abbotsford at Bethany’s parents beautiful home and I was so happy to see that her Maggie Sottero gown was on a velvet mannequin! Her room was a such a treat to shoot her wedding details in with everything already laid out for me, which was really wonderful. The beautiful bouquets of peonies were from a local farm in Chilliwack and arranged by the bridesmaids.
The ceremony took place at Trinity Baptist Church, a beautiful traditional church on the west side of Vancouver. Bethany put her dress on in the side chapel, and some of my most favourite candids were taken during this part of the day, especially when Bethany handed the flowergirl (her niece) the basket with the petals and paper medallions with special words on them like “kind.” The filtered light in the little room was really lovely and with all the ladies packed into this tiny room, it really made for some great moments. Bethany and Tim didn’t want to do a first look but did want to “meet around the corner” for a few brief moments of connection before the ceremony began. At the recessional, the guests threw little pink paper airplanes over the couple as this symbolized how the couple met (and Bethany also works for an airline!).
We did the wedding formals at the Vancouver Art Gallery and also some with just Bethany and Tim at Granville Island, two very iconic locations. Bethany and Tim both currently live out of town but really wanted a few locations that showcase the city that they love and hope to come back to one day.
The reception was at the Vancouver Lawn and Tennis Club, which was a lovely place. The backdrop of the outdoor pool was especially summery and the palette decor of pink, white and gold was perfect. And of course all those peonies for the centrepieces created by a family friend. The meal was wonderful and the evening went along into speeches and mingling with family and friends.
Photographer: Simply Rose Photography
Dress Designer:Maggie Sottero
Hair Stylist:Rebecca Flore
Ceremony Location:Trinity Baptist Church
Event Venue:Vancouver Lawn Tennis & Badminton Club
Submitted via Two Bright Lights