From the vintage furnishing and fur pelts, to the bold bordeaux colour palette, this Glitterati Style File celebrates the beauty of all things gothic. When paired with walls of greenery and an extraordinary floral coated chandelier, this moody theme proves to be unexpectedly romantic. You can see more from this Glitterati Style File in the current issue of WedLuxe Magazine (Vancouver & Western Canada edition) on stands now.
When guests entered the House of Juliet room at the WedLuxe Show in Toronto, they were mesmerized by The Social Rose's floral design. With flowers from Royal Flowers Ecuador, The Social Rose created a rose covered entrance, floral frames that flanked the room, a floral fountain, and finally a floral canopy with beautiful draping by Eventure Designs Inc. Production, installation, lighting, and AV was all due to the team at FireDog Creative. In addition to the beautiful room design, guests were treated to an incredible food tasting (such as gnocchi with caramelized brussels sprouts, smoked bacon, and white balsamic cream) courtesy of the chefs from Oliver & Bonacini Events and Catering. For attendees looking for a dose of sweetness, there was a gelato bar from Hotel Gelato, and cotton candy being spun by Fancy Pufs!
Entitled “The Swan,” the 2016 bridal collection from Alon Livné seeks out the perfect balance between femininity, sensuality and elegance. The designer found inspiration in the 19th Century world of Russian ballet, which is evidenced in the soft, delicate nature and elegant draping of his latest collection. See more in the February Trend Report.
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