Romantic Styled Shoot

We were asked to help out with this beautiful Audrey Hepburn inspired shoot by the talented Sweet Light Photography and it was a no brainer to say yes!! I know it seems like I am always saying this, but seriously – we really do love getting the opportunity to work with such wonderful wedding professionals in our community! We are so proud to share that this combo of talents resulted in this shoot being featured on Fab You Bliss, which you can check out here if you like!

Let’s just take a second to appreciate our model’s dress. Oh man. The lovely ladies from Novia Mia helped us select it and it was absolutely stunning, the lace bodice with blush skirt is a show stopper. We designed the flowers with the theme in mind making sure to use pale, pretty shades of pink and some beautiful, delicate blooms to keep with a really romantic look. We opted to showcase two different bouquets, one bigger statement bouquet with sweet trailing ribbons, and a second clean, classic hand tied. Both complimented the dress beautifully, and it is cool to see just how different of a look they create! The groom looked dashing in his handsome tux and we finished the look with a cute clustered boutonniere with some rose gold accents. We jazzed up the table a little with floral swag for the chairs, and a cluster of arrangements with some gorgeous gold touches. With that I will leave you with the photos, hope you enjoy them as much as we enjoyed creating!

Photographer: Sweet Light Photography, Event Designer: Premiere Event Management, Dress: Novia Mia Red Deer, Hair: Luxxe Hair Studio, Make up Artist: Makeup by Tamara Lynn, Tuxedo: Black Knight Tuxedos, Cake: Sugar By Tracy, Invitations: Paper Blush, Rentals: Special Event Rentals, Location: Twitchy Finger Studio

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3 replies
  1. Tall Order Catering
    Tall Order Catering says:

    Great reading! Very tender colour palette.
    You did wonderful job with floral design choosing those pretty shades of pink.
    I am a begginer in floral design and I can do some designs. But, I do feel like I need more experience. Any advices would help me.

    • Katrina Russell
      Katrina Russell says:

      I personally found I learned best from the hands on experience. If you have the opportunity to do any design courses and/or get the opportunity to work with any nearby florists it is a great way to get pointers on what you are doing great and what you can improve on. Wishing you all the best on your floral adventure!


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