Posts in Wedding Inspiration
AGO Alfresco Influence Styled Shoot

I am so excited to finally share our Alfresco Influence Styled Shoot, recently featured on Wedding Chicks. We had the incredible honour of shooting in one of Canada's iconic landmarks, The Art Gallery of Ontario. Walker Court (in the Art Gallery of Ontario) has always been one of my very favourite spaces in Toronto. I was attracted to the court's expansive ceiling and natural light.

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Shauna's and Justin's District 28 Wedding

Shauna and Justin’s winter wedding truly was the epitome of industrial romantic. The beautiful day was full of lush greens and neutral blooms, geometric gold accents, and romantic lighting. One of the benefits of getting married in the winter is an early sunset, so their ceremony was candlelit and oh so magical.

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Earth Tone Floral Inspiration

Earthy tones are inspired by nature and earth’s beauty at its rawest form. From sand dunes, to leafy greens, to rich soil - earthy tones are all around us. I’m constantly inspired by nature - especially when it comes to helping my clients design their wedding colour palette. Enjoy these stunning floral ideas brought to you my mother nature herself.

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Current Crush: Velvet

Friends, I’m am totally geeking out over the this new velvet linen trend I am seeing pop up everywhere! Admittedly, I’ve never been a big fan of velvet when it comes to fashion - but I am LOVING the usage of velvet textures when it comes to weddings. It’s rich and elegant, warm and inviting. So in celebration of my new found crush, let’s explore some stunning inspiration and how to incorporate velvet into your wedding design!

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Putting My Health BEFORE My Business

I just celebrated my birthday yesterday (I’m an April fools baby!) - and it got me thinking a lot about this new stage in my life.

I’ve been writing this little blog for almost 7 years. I’ve written hundreds and hundreds of blogs. I’ve posted a LOT on wedding design and planning, along with what it’s like being an entrepreneur. As much as I love posting about pretty celebrations (and will continue to) I’ve been experiencing some pretty big life changes the past few months - and I’m excited to start incorporating some more personal/life posts onto my blog.

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Minimal and Modern Invite Ideas

Lately I’ve been a bit obsessed with modern and minimal invites. I am really digging invites with negative space, clean lines, modern typography and sweet simplicity. A lot of the modern invites I’ve been seeing are playing into earthy tones

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5 Ways to Utilize Plants At Your Wedding

Incorporating a botanical vibe at your weddings is a great way to bring a natural, earthy feel to your celebration. As much as I adore blooms, I am also totally in to utilizing plants for wedding decor. Plants add a pop of texture and visual interest to a wedding design. Just like plants can jazz up your home decor, they can add the same effect to your wedding! Check out these ideas on how to utilize plants at your wedding!

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How Your Home Style Can Influence Your Wedding

Honing your wedding style can be a bit of a challenge, especially with the presence of social media sites like Pinterest and Instagram. Now don’t get me wrong, these are my top two favourite social media platforms, it’s just that there is so much content and inspiration to explore. Scrolling through so much visual content is sure to make any engaged couple dizzy!

One little tactic I use to help my clients discover their wedding style is to ask them about their home (or dream home) and how it is decorated. Exploring the colours, textures, mood, fabrics and furnishing of your dwelling can be very informative! Here are a few home styles translated and they could influence a wedding vibe to help you get the hang of it!

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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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