Inside the grounds of the University of Guelph, in southern Ontario, today we are delighted to share a beautiful stylized photography session submitted by Guelph Wedding Photographer, Anne Edgar Photography.
In collaboration with many talented planners, stylists, florists and other photographers we are smitten to share this overflowing vessel of inspiration.
With an array of styles and visions, we have decided to make this one a two-part series!
We start at a ruined mansion, which was once a stunning and vibrant property. An ideal location for this bride; time forgot but certainly not lost.
I absolutely love the stunning florals which are the centre of the theme. Deep purples and reds with feathers, beautifully created by Kerrie-Anne at The Floral Factory.
Rebecca from High Gloss Weddings, Tracey from Little Details and Afzia from Style & Elegance Wedding Co-ordination incorporated moss, antlers, flowers and vintage touches such as old cigar boxes and antique furniture.
The feathers and flowers, with deep shades of red, purples and silvery blues add elegance to the rusty wrought iron fences upon a brick backdrop, overgrown ivy and a distinct archway.
A beautiful white ruffled strapless gown with a sweetheart, neckline and a bodice adorned with pearls and crystals adores our next bride.
Handsome groom looks smashing in his grey suit and bow tie. (I still cannot get enough of bow ties!)
Beautiful makeup artistry gave the bride a romantic look using a soft creamy colour palette.
Event Venue:The Arboretum University of Guelph
Event Designer: Little Details
Event Planner: Style & Elegance Wedding and Event Co-ordination
Event Planner: High Gloss Weddings
Hair Stylist: Hair by Savija
Makeup Artist: Make Up by High Gloss Weddings
Beauty: Pino’s Salon
Bakery: Sweet Treats by Jen