Can you say blushing bride? Seriously though, Stacey wore a romantic blush ball gown from Bisou Bridal, not to mention the light pink floral and stationery accents found throughout the ceremony and reception. Gold accents added a touch of sophistication and completed the soft, feminine decor.
Whoever said you should only have one bouquet at your wedding was wrong! This styled shoot showcases how two bridal bouquets can match one tablescape for a bold and romantic look. Feeling soft and sweet? Opt for loose, pink florals. But if you're after a powerful and edgy aesthetic, don't be afraid to add in a few pops of black (we're suckers for any arrangement containing anemones).
Nawel and Graeme wished to be married in a romantic garden! Thus, they surrounded themselves with pink flower petals, glimmering candlelight, and greenery beyond belief on their wedding day. They even used emerald green linens and miniature terrarium centrepieces at the reception to give tables an extra lush, outdoor feel.
Love nature but not a fan of the elements? Lucky for us city brides, we have the option of bringing the outdoors in! This Glitterati Style File featured in the latest issue of WedLuxe Magazine (Vancouver & Western Canada edition) is giving us major woodland fairy vibes! From the hand-painted wildflowers and birch bark accents on the cake to the tablescape overflowing with greenery, we're ready to get lost in the woods.