A luxurious Muskoka wedding with a delicate palette of blush, cream and gold was designed for Bryana and Warren's special day. The couple wed fireside flanked by lush urns and loved ones. Guests mingled whilst sipping cocktails and relaxing in the settee lounge prior to entering the ballroom through a crystal accented reveal wall. The head table linens were trimmed with custom beading and the wedding party was enveloped in a canopy of fresh flowers and delicate draping.
WOODLAND BOHEMIAN WEDDING INSPIRATION
After saying their I do's at their woodland alter flanked by clusters of luminescent lanterns, the brides celebrate their union at an intimate harvest table set for twelve. A mahogany pergola complete with hand-carved details and punctuated with a trio rustic crystal chandeliers sits nestled in the Muskoka woods, pond-side, creating a tranquil setting. Lush blooms in a myriad of jewel tones are complimented by the glow of magenta and grey tapers in antique brass candlesticks and blush pillar candles perched atop hand-carved mahogany candlesticks. The place settings feature vintage brass charger plates, plum dinnerware, an eclectic mix of vintage coloured glassware and individual bottles of champagne enveloped in custom labels. The evening ends on a sweet note with a naked salted caramel buttercream cake is adorned with fresh blooms and delicate meringue mushrooms.
MARSALA + BLUSH MUSKOKA WEDDING
Danielle and Matteo travelled from Italy to say their I do's surrounded by family and friends in Muskoka. The fall wedding featured a rich palette of marsala, blush and gold. The couple and their families dined under a custom floral chandelier with trailing ribbons, crystals and candles in the rustic Muskoka room. With many guests travelling from Italy the couple treated their guests to a decadent four-course meal featuring Canada's finest Alberta AAA Prime Rib and Atlantic Lobster. Canadian guests received bottles of Italian olive oil while Italian guests received bottles of Canadian maple syrup as favours. Afterwards the guests danced the night away in front of the grand stone fireplace.
RUSTIC MUSKOKA WEDDING
Shannon + David tied the knot on a sunbathed lawn under a hand-carved teak arbor accented with fresh white blooms. This mix of rich mahogany and crisp white with touches of silver embellishments was carried throughout their ballroom. Guests sat at ornate harvest tables topped with pillar candles, mixed votives and white charger plates. Antique mirrored vases were filled with white blooms nestled with silver embellishments. The square harvest head table was adorned with a hand beaded French lace runner. Overhead a chandelier accented with a silver garland hung from the canopy of white sheers and florals.
hillside barn wedding
On a balmy day in June the newly proclaimed Mr. & Mrs. Hill became the newest generation to sign the Hill family bible. The bible has been signed by members of the Hill family on their wedding days since 1895 and resides at Pioneer Memorial United Church.
They arrived in a vintage Rolls Royce to join their guests for cocktail hour nestled between a picturesque pond and the historic Hillside Barn. Guests enjoyed dinner at harvest tables adorned with soft florals, rustic pillar candles and regal place settings of crystal and gold. Dessert and coffee were served outside where guests twirled with sparklers, sipped scotch and puffed cigars. As darkness fell the band kicked off and everyone danced the night away under the glow of chandeliers and string lights.
MARY LAKE HERITAGE WEDDING
On the shores of Mary Lake, set against the family’s heritage cottage, surrounded by friends and family, Kayla and Kevin wed. Guests enjoyed champagne and lemonade as the bride walked a wooded aisle adorned with cherished family photos to the dock ceremony. After an afternoon of fabulous hors d’oeuvres, old-fashioned lawn games and pontoon boat rides, the bridal party cruised the lake in the sunshine to the Port Sydney Hall reception. Under a canopy of glowing lights, cheese boards circulated and cocktails flowed as guests prepared for an evening of dinner and dancing to the live band. At midnight the bride and groom snuck away for an intimate lakeside photo op under the full moon surrounded by glowing candles.
Photos courtesy of Rowell Photography
RUSTIC DISTILLERY DISTRICT WEDDING
In the historic Distillery District of Toronto, on a cool fall day, Kyla and David exchanged vows. The couple opted for a First Look at Spadina House and then arrived in a vintage Rolls Royce for there ceremony in the brick courtyard of Archeo. Kyla and David married in front of a wood hearth alter piece draped in floral garlands to symbolize the importance of a home filled with loved ones.
The reception was adorned with lush greens and white blooms atop rustic wood tables. A suspended floral chandelier floated above the wedding party as the room glistened with candles. The sweet table was topped with vintage crates and cake stands which held homemade pies lovingly made by family and friends.
BEACHY BOHEMIAN WEDDING INSPIRATION
Set amongst the sand dunes of Lake Huron, this bohemian beach wedding inspiration shoot hits all the pillars of the boho look: pattern, texture, vintage elements and a touch of whimsy. The design is kept bridal with a neutral colour palette and formal place settings.
“We’re wild about the stunning + unique lace bridal ensemble inspo, are smitten with the pink + gold tablescape, and love how the team created a ceremony space with the perfect organic, laid back feel.” – Green Wedding Shoes