Celebrating the design + style of luxe weddings across canada, the usa + beyond

Photography by: Jasalyn Thorne Photographers

Photography by: Jasalyn Thorne Photographers

Photography by: Jasalyn Thorne Photographers

This Glitterati Style File from the current issue of WedLuxe Magazine (Vancouver & Western Canada edition) is bursting with bright blooms! Tara Thorp of Forever True Wedding Design served as creative producer for the glass flower-inspired shoot. "We wanted to capture the feeling of romantic, Italian Murano glass that is so beautiful and timeless," shares Tara.

We were charmed by the unique floral displays from FLOWERZ made with a combination of fresh and glass flowers, especially the lush table centrepiece that pairs perfectly with gold leaf charger plates. The flower theme continues in the cheerful stationery created by Violet Grey Creative and the pastel-coloured cake from Culinary Capers Catering & Special Events. Jasalyn Thorne Photographers was behind the lens to capture all of the details.

Photography by: Jasalyn Thorne Photographers

Photography by: Jasalyn Thorne Photographers

Photography by: Jasalyn Thorne Photographers

Photography by: Jasalyn Thorne Photographers

Photography by: Jasalyn Thorne Photographers

Photography by: Jasalyn Thorne Photographers

Photography by: Jasalyn Thorne Photographers

Photography by: Jasalyn Thorne Photographers

Photography by: Jasalyn Thorne Photographers

Photography by: Jasalyn Thorne Photographers

Photography by: Jasalyn Thorne Photographers

Photography by: Jasalyn Thorne Photographers

Photography by: Jasalyn Thorne Photographers

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Photography • Jasalyn Thorne Photographers, Co-Designer, Creative Producer, and Planner • Forever True Wedding Design, Co-Designer, Floral and Decor • FLOWERZ, Stationery• Violet Grey Creative, Cake Design • Culinary Capers Catering & Special Events, Gown • Hayley Paige from Blush Bridal & Special Occasions, Hair and Makeup • Jayna Marie Makeup + Hair, Jewellery • Elsa Corsi available at Jeweliette, High Back Dining Chairs • Loungeworks, Gold Flatware, Dinnerware and Wine Glasses • A&B Partytime Rentals, Glass Flowers, Napkins, Table, Grace Chairs, and Louis Ghost Chairs • FLOWERZ

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Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

A hint of Gatsby and a Muskoka location inspired this Ontario wedding captured by Mango Studios. Dr. Rachel Linke and Sam Gagner (an NHL player for the Arizona Coyotes) said “I Do” last summer. The couple hosted a GORGEOUS weekend wedding that kicked off with a Great Gatsby-themed dinner on a luxury steamship!

The wedding ceremony took place at Trinity United Church and was followed by an opulent, garden party-inspired reception at the Taboo Muskoka Resort. Anne Anderson Events provided event design and full-service planning for the celebration, and Forget Me Not Flowers, Oakville produced the beautiful floral and decor. The couple’s day is brimming with dreamy wedding inspiration, we especially love the bride’s Inbal Dror gown and the floral displays with blooms in barely-there shades of pink and white. You can read more about the wedding in the current issue of WedLuxe Magazine (Toronto & Eastern Canada edition) on stands now.

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

Photography by: Mango Studios

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Photography • Mango Studios, Event Design and Full-Service Planning • Anne Anderson Events, Floral and Decor • Forget Me Not Flowers, Oakville, Stationery • PALETTERA Custom Correspondences, Ceremony Venue • Trinity United Church, Reception Venue and Catering • Taboo Muskoka Resort, Gown • Inbal Dror from White Toronto, Hair  •  Eduardo Mella, Makeup • Michelle Rosen from Judy Inc., Shoes • Prada from Bergdorf Goodman, Accessories • Bergdorf Goodman (Hair Brooch), Jewellery • Fortunes Fine Jewellers, Bridesmaids Dresses • Alice + Olivia from Neiman Marcus, Formal Wear • Garrison Bespoke (custom suit), Hugo Boss (shoes), and Bell & Ross (watch), Cake • Flye Catering and Kerr Street Cafe, Entertainment • The Classic String Quartet (ceremony), The Digs (reception band), and Sole Power Productions (DJ), Dance Floor • PALETTERA Custom Correspondences (design), and Dance Floor Décor (production), Additional Rentals • Covers Couture (table linens), Chair-man Mills (chairs), Eventure Inc. (draping), Anne Anderson Events (charger plates), Video/Cinematography • Cloud Nine Creative Inc.

 

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Sheer Skirting

One of the biggest trends we have seen growing in bridal fashion is that of sheer skirting. The trend was originally born in the realm of Haute Couture (perhaps most famously in Givenchy's Fall 2010 Couture Collection) making translucent gowns a daring yet ultra-feminine statement item made for glamorous, fashion-forward brides. Today on the blog, we're revisiting some of our favourite dreamy sheer details from both bridal and iconic Couture collections.

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1. Atelier Pronovias 2015 Collection via Pronovias 2. Givenchy Fall 2010 Couture via Style.com 3. Backstage at Zuhair Murad Spring 2013 Couture via Fashionising 4. Gioia Editorial via Visual Optimism 5. Givenchy Fall 2011 Couture via Tumblr 6. Valentino Sala Bianca Haute Couture 2015 via Style.com 7. Valentino Fall 2011 Couture via Vogue.com 8. Vera Wang Spring 2015 via Vera Wang 9. Paolo Sebastian Fall/Winter 2015 Couture via Paolo Sebastian 10. Pallas Couture Gown via Pallas Couture 11. Jean Paul Gaultier Spring 2015 Couture via Style.com 12. Anja Rubik Street Style via Stockholm Streetstyle 13. Black Skirt via Muse Rebelle 14. Elie Saab Spring 2015 Couture via Style.com 15. Sheer Skirt via Lauren and Abby 16. Paolo Sebastian Fall/Winter 2015 Couture via Paolo Sebastian

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