This styled shoot was a long time coming. It started with the Vintage Lace Wedding Gown that I had purchased about a year ago through Kijiji. I envisioned a greenhouse, styled floral shoot– lots of greens and natural elements. Thanks so much to the collaboration of so many talented ladies including my photographer besties, Jen & Bobbi-Jo & Alex we made this vision into a styled shoot reality!
We braved a chilly Monday morning and headed to Town Bloom in Caledon. It’s the off-season right now for them so we had free reign of the greenhouse. A huge thank you to Bobbi-Jo for finding this spot for us! We were able to use a number of their things and together we all put this amazing set up! Our toes were only slightly frozen and we may have popped the breaker a few times running to many heaters!
We had only been able to correspond with everyone through email so its amazing how everything came together so beautifully! Erica from Beetle and Quill Stationary did these amazingly gorgeous invites and even custom made them for the Town Bloom address as the reception. I want to get married again just so I can have these pretty invites!
Our flowers were designed by the ever so talented Katelyn from Astilbe Floral Boutique. I cannot say enough about how gorgeous her flowers were! They were so perfect and complimented the entire set so beautifully! The yummy cupcake tree was made by Kagi of Sweetened by Kagi. Not only did they look amazing they tasted great too!
A huge thank you to Jill Promoli of Jill Promoli – Photographer who was our model for the day! She did a great job following our crazy directions and made this styled shoot come to life!
A full of list of all the vendors and their links are as follows:
Model: Jill Promoli
Hair & Make-Up: Donisi Hair Design
Stationary: Beetle & Quill
Flowers: Astilbe Floral Boutique
Cupcakes: Sweetened by Kagi
Location: The Town Bloom Garden Centre
I hope you enjoy these photos! Make sure you scroll all the way to the end to see some of the photos I took with my Nikon F50 film camera. Film scans done by the Canadian Film Lab.