While I'm not a wedding decorator, they've invited me to join them as the event designer. Some people ask me why I choose to participate if I'm not in the wedding industry. My answer is always this: because it's fun! Once the mood board is created for the shoot, I get the freedom to do what I like. Choosing table linens, dinnerware, glassware, designing tablescapes and styling cake tables. What is not to love? It's all right up my alley.
We created our latest shoot, at picturesque Clinton Hills, a restored barn surrounded by rolling hills and romantic woods. The leaves had turned their showy colors and the light was absolutely perfect for Rachel Peters Photography to capture all the magic.
The shoot was published on New Year's Eve on Wedding Chicks. It's lots of work to put these shoots together so it's a bit of a thrill to see the finished product showcased for all to see. It really never gets old!
I get to work closely with Kim of Kim Roach Design, who creates all the paper products, including invitations, place cards and menus. Her designs are beautiful and her work for this shoot was no exception.
How gorgeous is the cake by City View Bakehouse?
Michael at Prestige Floral is a bouquet genius!
Clinton Hills - Location
The Perfect Pear Bridal - Bride's Dress
Nortons Jewellers Ltd - Couple's Rings
Prestige Floral Studio Weddings - Flowers/Headpiece
Caseley's Bridal Boutique - Glassware/Cutlery
Northern Watters Knitwear - Blankets
Moore's - Groom's attire
Models - Tyler and Allyson McDonell
Kim Roach Design - Stationary & Paper Products
Kiss The Bride - Event Coordination
City View Bakehouse - Cake/Caramel Corn
Michelle Cudmore Makeup Artist - Makeup
Cheryl Weeks Hairstylist - Hair