Fact: when modern stylings meet crazy gorgeous romantic details, beautiful things happen. Beautiful things like a downright glamorous inspiration shoot filled with mint, blush, corral and gold hues. And when that glam-fest happens to be the brain-child of one uber-talented team of Toronto vendors (think College Park Flowers, Stella and Dot and Paige Lewis Events… just to name a few), even better. Because that, my friends, is the perfect way to jump start the weekend. And you can see it all captured by Haley Photography right here.
From Haley Photography… How would I describe this styled wedding shoot? Elegant, chic, colourful, gorgeous with fragrant flowers, perfect for your wedding day! Inspired by the clean lines and stunning modern art gallery. The hard work of a months planning and selecting wedding vendors all came together to create something never seen in the small area of Durham Region, located just outside Toronto. Our colour scheme came together beautifully. Mints, blush, corral, and golds!
I would say the highlights of being able to work with event design and coordinator Paige Lewis who added fabulousness to the scene with her key eye for details. Micheal Penney who is a television guest star, decorator, stylist, former magazine editor graciously offered his home inspiring decorating details. Also the elegant simplicity of Lea Ann Belter wedding gown added that extra perfection to the photo shoot.
Of course adding something personal for inspiration is that something blue to wear on your wedding day. Custom made from Oshawa Jewelers a Sapphire diamond engagement ring.
Photography: Haley Photography | Wedding Dress: Lea Ann Belter | Flowers: College Park Flowers | Jewelry: Stella and Dot | Decoration: Penney & Company | Dessert: Nadege Patisserie | Event Design and Coordinator: Paige Lewis Events | Invitations and Stationery: Little Monkey Design | Jewelry Stylist: Jenna Rolstin | Location: The Robert McLaughlin Gallery | Organizer: Haley PhotographyLea-Ann Belter is a member of our Look Book. For more information on how members are chosen, click here.