Posts in Wedding Inspiration
Artisanal Minimal Shoot

I don't get the chance to execute styled shoots too often with having a busy schedule, but I try to squeeze them in when I can! It's a way for me to get my creative juices flowing and have full creative freedom on a project. It's always a rewarding process.

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Sheila and Kyle's Modern Boho Wedding

Sheila and Kyle's wedding was the perfect mix of modern and boho design. From their desert inspired tablescape, clean and simple stationery, to the copper touches - their day was the perfect reflection of the couple's impeccable taste. Hotel Ocho's hip and relaxed vibe was the ideal setting for this downtown couple's nuptials.

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Fine Art Wedding Inspiration

I have a deep connection and appreciation for the fine art aesthetic. Fine art is defined as "creative art whose products are to be appreciated primarily or solely for their imaginative, aesthetic, or intellectual content." The way I see it, fine art celebrates beauty at it's purest form.

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Sarah and Steve's Intimate Minimalist Wedding

When Sarah and Steve reached out about their intimate 25 person brunch wedding, I knew we were a matched made in heaven. Firstly, intimate weddings are pretty much my fav. Secondly, Sarah and Steve are the sweetest, most down to earth couple. Right away I thinkin' - #luckyweddingplanner

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French Wedding Style Inspiration

It's no secret that I am a fan of the Parisian lifestyle; the food, the wine, the architecture and of course THE WEDDINGS! To me, the epitome of French style is a beautiful combination of classic and organic design. French style celebrates tradition but remains humble and natural, which is likely why I'm so drawn to the style. There is a simple celebration of life, or "joie de vie", infused in French Weddings. Here a little Parisian wedding inspiration to pretty up your day!

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Toronto Wedding Favour Ideas

Wedding favours are a great way to give your guests some sort of memorabilia from your big day. Not to mention these little surprises also represent a big “thank you” for being there during your celebration. But what do you give? Below are just some of our favourite items made and sold right here in Toronto that will be sure excite any guest.

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Wedding Colour Palettes Inspired By Bouquets

As a wedding designer, I am constantly inspired by colour found in nature. From rich and vibrant to dusty and muted, hues found in flora provide an endless feast for the eyes. I've rounded up a collection of stunning bouquets and crafted wedding colour palettes inspired by their blooms. When dreaming up the hues for your wedding day, one tip is to begin with flowers and allow your colour palette unfold from there. Enjoy!

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What is your bouquet personality?

Since no two brides are the same, why should bouquets be? After all, your bouquet will be with you practically the entire day (in addition to your hubby) so it should embody you and your personal style. The hues, textures, and mood should represent your unique characteristics in a floral form of art. Here are just a few examples of the different bouquet personalities to help you decide which style fits you best.    

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10 Unique Ceremony Backdrops

I love a good floral arch - but lately I have been yearning for unique ceremony backdrop ideas. Depending on your venue, there are many interesting ways to utilize the space to make an interesting choice for your ceremony decor. I reccomend to evaluate the space you plan to hold your ceremony, and make backdrop choices based off the environment and vibe. If you are yearning to make a distinct ceremony backdrop decision - this one if for you! 

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Top 5 New Wedding Venues in Toronto

Toronto's wedding and event scene is always expanding - and in the past year the city has celebrated the opening of some truly exciting venues. From a funky intimate restaurant to a grand historical ballroom, Toronto's newbie spaces are sure to please any style!

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