If ever there were a time to fully embrace pastels, it would be Easter and oh is pastel having a moment with this inspiration crafted by Fluent Productions along with photography by Ainsley Rose. It’s a tea celebration packed with traditional, big spring blooms by The Flower Factory and a few unexpected treats… like cotton candy for dessert or easter eggs decorated with calligraphy. Click here for more.
Easter is such a fun time of the year and of course, what better time to host a party? Spring has just arrived and it’s such a great excuse for everyone to pull out their pastels and their spring dresses. In Vancouver, we see rain for most of the winter and we’ve been craving light and sunshine. The entire event came together using soft florals and an egg as inspiration. What we designed together with an incredible team in just under a week completely blew my mind. We pulled gorgeous home decor from one of our favorite home decor stores, The Cross and we worked with one of the most talented florists in the city, The Flower Factory to create beautiful arrangements in a variety of milk glass. The spread of food that was equally beautiful to the eye as it was delicious was provided by Liberty Bakery and our favors were provided by Petit Puf. The entire tablescape wouldn’t have been pulled together as beautifully as it was without the unique calligraphy details from September Letters. This day was so much fun to pull together. From all of the suppliers and vendors to Alex and Alicia helping us tie it all together with their beautiful gowns, to us, this shoot really reflects what hosting an event is all about. Good food, beautiful decor and fantastic company!
Photographer: Ainsley Rose | Floral Design: The Flower Factory | Bucket Of Roses: Landeau | Cake & Pastries: Liberty Bakery | Calligraphy & Stationary: September Letters | Chocolate: Temper Pastry | Cotton Candy: Petite Puf | Decor: Upright Decor And Design | Decor: Delovely Creative | Decor: The Cross Decor + Design | Design & Planning: Fluent Productions | Hair & Make Up: Denise Elliot Make Up Artistry | Model & Blogger: To Vogue Or Bust | Model & Blogger: Alicia Fashionista | Office Space: The Duncan Building