Jennifer of Tufts & Toile shares a utterly swoon-worthy styled shoot captured by Caitlin Free Photography that is just filled with beautiful details throughout. She teamed up with an absolutely talented group of Ontario wedding vendors to transform the countryside of Southern Ontario into the fields of Normandy. Inspired by the romance of french orchards, she used a mix of rustic and vintage pieces from her rental collection which were paired with loose floral arrangements from Roses & Twine Floral Studio. And to think this was Jennifer’s first styled shoot! Can’t imagine what’s next to come.

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Says Jennifer: “My first styled shoot, entitled “French Orchard Romance”, was inspired by a love I’ve always had for all things French and the countryside. I don’t plan to visit the fields of Normandy anytime soon, so I wanted to bring them here, to the beautiful countryside of Southern Ontario. This styled shoot is how I envision a picture perfect wedding within that setting, full of simplistic, rustic elements with a touch of elegance. It brought forth an amazing opportunity for me to feature a lot of unique pieces from my vintage and rustic inspired rental collection. To sum up the shoot…it’s summertime French country inspired beauty in an apple orchard setting, featuring a real couple in love.

Our real models, Paul & Pamela, have been married just shy of 9 months and their newlywed status was evident on set. They had the sweetest, most natural chemistry in front of the lens. Their love for each other was beautiful, and down right adorable to witness. The couple wore their own wedding day attire. Pamela in a beautifully beaded lace gown from the Atelier Provenias collection and Paul’s style was more casual wearing classic black suspenders and a bowtie. Both outfits were accented by floral pieces created by floral designer, Myrica from Roses & Twine Floral Studio.

Myrica’s floral design captured the exact colour and style I had envisioned for the set, using loads of white and soft greens with a subtle accent of blue, shown perfectly through the sea holly thistles. Her arrangements were loose and hand tied, full of flowers inspired by France, including fruit blossoms, peonies, roses and olive branches. The floral accent pieces for Pamela and Paul were French bohemian-inspired with a slightly wild feel. The olive branch was the main foliage accent that’s found throughout the shoot.

The olive branch carried into the stunning calligraphy that was hand drawn by Aileen from Plume Calligraphy. Green watercolour olive branches and gold inked names on leaves as place card holders. Charming beverage station signs and the saying, “Love of my Life” painted onto a vintage oval mirror, both in beautiful French script.

Paje from Honor Beauty created a truly stunning look for Pamela. Her makeup was kept fairly natural, a subtle luminous and glamorous feel with gorgeous smokey eyes and soft lips. Beautiful soft cascading curls in her hair fell to one side to perfectly balance the asymmetrical style of the floral crown. Paul’s look was effortless, with slightly grown in facial hair and just a little product used to control his natural curls. Every product used by Paje is fully vegan-based and cruelty free.

The trio of cakes for the vintage crate dessert station were designed and supplied by Carla, The Cake Baker. Simplistic, yet elegantly designed and adorned with lovely flowers and foliage.

The European inspired cross-back café chairs and lace linens provided by Simply Beautiful Décor were the perfect pieces to complete the look for the main tablescape.

To truly bring my vision together, Caitlin of Caitlin Free Photography executed the look with the use of natural light throughout the shoot. There were cloudy and sun filled moments throughout the afternoon and she balanced the light beautifully. Her technique and use of cool tones, bright and light-filled images complimented the design and feel of this styled shoot perfectly.”

Design, Coordination & Props/Decor: Tufts & Toile | Photography: Caitlin Free Photography | Floral Design: Roses & Twine Floral Studio | Calligraphy: Plume Calligraphy & Design | Linens & Dining Chairs: Simply Beautiful Décor | Cakes: The Cake Baker | Hair & Makeup: Honor Beauty | “Real” Models: Paul & Pamela | Bridal Gown: Atelier Provenias | Location: Bonnieheath Estate Lavender Farm & Winery

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Thanks for the wonderful feature, Melissa!

Jennifer on July 23, 2015

Beautiful photo’s, nice cake and love the brides wedding dress!

Danielle on August 22, 2015

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