Posts tagged wedding planner
Jess and Matt Sneek Peak

Oh happy days! I am so excited to share this STUNNING video of Jess and Matt’s wedding from just a few weekends ago. I hate to play favourites, but Outside In Studio really are the best of the best when it comes to videography. Their modern approach and attention to detail really does take your breath away.

Jess and Matt’s wedding was truly elegant and romantic, but man oh man did this couple know how to party! As much as a love great photos, video is a wonderful opportunity to re-live the day in motion.

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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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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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A Few Of My Favourite Things

I’m mixing it up today and sharing a few of my favourite (wedding related) things! After many years of wedding planning and designing, I’ve definitely honed in on my style and what I like. I love that all the weddings we have had the honour of planning are vastly unique and different, but have that special Blush + Bowties feel.

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Working with my spouse: What I’ve learned so far!

The last few months have marked some major milestones in my life. My husband (Adam) and I moved to our new house in Caledon and he left his office job to work for Blush & Bowties. This has been a long time goal of ours. Adam is amazingly skilled, organized, and great at managing finances but he never felt fulfilled at his past job. I always knew I wanted to grow the company to the point where it could support us both. I’ve needed help with managing the company’s finances for a while, and I knew Adam was the perfect person for this role. The time finally came in November 2018 for us to take the leap into a new chapter. It’s been a time of growth and adjustment, so here’s what I’ve learned so far!

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Dried Grass Wedding Inspiration

I don’t know about you, but I am LOVING seeing dried grasses incorporated into wedding floral design. There are so many unique and interesting varieties of dried foliage and floral making an appearance at weddings. From pampas grass, silver dollar to dried palm leaves - these textured beauties are a modern and sculptural addition to any wedding celebration!

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What it's really like moving from the city to the country

Happy Tuesday lovelies! I hope everyone is staying warm and cozy. As many of you know, my hubby and I made a big move out to the country at the end of 2018. We are going on our third month in our new home. Many of you have been asking what it’s like to move out of the city, so I thought I’d give you all a little insider peek into our new world.

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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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