Wednesday, January 07, 2015
Head on over to take a look at the full post of predictions and ideas HERE. (Green themes, grand entrances, modern calligraphy, cascade bouquets, chair caps and candle light to name a few!)
In the meantime, here are a few lovely captures of some of our blooms, by Heidi Lau Photography
Monday, January 05, 2015
This photoshoot was one that I absolutely loved being a part of.
The feel was 1970's love, meets grunge rock and roll.
Think leather, studs and tye dye with vintage dresses, gold accents and lots of foliages, black candles, guitars and Jack Daniels bottles.
The team of experts:
So SO many more Vendors helped make this shoot incredible ( full list on Wedding Chicks blog, along with full gallery post)
Sunday, January 04, 2015
This wedding. What can I say except I love it all.
This was one of my all time favorites, and I am so thankful I had the opportunity to be a part of it with these wonderful people and Vendors!
Elizabeth and Peter hired one of my lady besties, the talented Miss Tiffany Pratt to style their wedding and help with the overall vision of their special day. The look was romantic and earthy, whimsical and wintery all rolled up into one magical event.
Aren't these amazing photos from Brandon Scott Photography incredible?
(Also, this wedding was featured in print for Weddingbells Magazine, as well as online HERE)
Saturday, January 03, 2015
Just in case you wanted to grab the new copy of Weddingbells Magazine, we have a few pieces inside that you may want to see from some lovely real weddings this year. Jaclyn and Tyler and Elizabeth and Peter were both incredible couples to work with, and each gave us so much createive license with their weddings. It is so great so see the work in print!
Congratulations to all of you, and thanks again to our friends at Weddingbells for the features!
Also, our amazing bestie Tanya List Design made the cover..now you have to go pick one up to see it all for yourself!
Saturday, January 03, 2015
Lauren and Cameron. What a sweet wedding with so many handmade touches and vibrant colours!
Lauren owns Shockingly Healthy, which just so happens to be inside the building where the BB studio is.
She came to me with a vision that was both whimsical, and inspired by Anthropologie.
She also wanted to make her own paper flowers.
And, man did she ever! She also contacted another client of mine to borrow some that she had made earlier in the summer...it was so great to see so much colour and pattern, and two of my fun clients sharing decor items.
Take a look at the captures by Shlomi Amiga of these two on their lovely day!