The prettiness sitting in this post can all be attributed to the gorgeous vision from the talented Tina Wiebe. Thanks to her, we get to soak up some seriously lovely rustic inspiration this Friday morning, and really, is there a better way to spend the end of the work week? It picture after picture of pure pretty, and it’s all waiting for you right here.
From Tina Wiebe… A couple of weeks ago I organized, styled and shot my first styled wedding shoot. Being new it is hard to get anybody to help you out with a project like this. But I wanted to try it and not let anyone tell me I couldn’t do it. My friend Linda and her husband Tyronne were my gorgeous models! They were an absolute dream to work with! And they have been married since December of 2012. Some of the small details were made by my own hands. Such as the table number, the burlap table runner, the wine bottle flower vases, the round wood pieces, and the succulents are from my mothers garden. The table which is a door and the whiskey barrels are a friends. The cupcakes were provided by Roseanne Wiebe.
I just adore southern weddings but up north I don’t get to experience them very much so I loved the idea of creating my very own kind of southern wedding. The location I chose is actually a secret that I have kept and not very many people know about it. I found it in a small little village about an hour away from the city, it was quiet and breathtaking. It has long grass and fallen trees, and a small little creek, there is even a little wood shelter that some boys must have made.
Wedding Dress: Mori Lee by Madeline Gardner | Flowers: Earth Buds Florist | Bridal Boutique: Helen's Bridal | DIY : Tina Wiebe | Hair Styling : Eva Guenter/ The Edge | Photography : Tina Wiebe | Rentals: Amanda Douglas Events | Styling Assistance: Amanda Douglas Events