Today’s wedding editorial came across our desk from Sidra of Ruby Refined Events.
Designed to inspire the modern Canadian South Asian bride. This editorial was inspired by classical Indian and European music and dance, as women from the South Asian diaspora often grow up learning about art from both cultures.
The creative team used the traditional ballet colour palette of pink, grey and white, then incorporated Indian motifs and mandala patterns in the stationery, candles, and mini cakes.
The mercury glass vessels were all created in India and added a touch of soft vintage elegance.
Pairing the art of both cultures by using a floral henna design that perfectly complemented the ballet slippers and pointe shoes provided by Canada’s National Ballet School.
The floral arrangements reflect the spirit of music and movement, so the baby’s breath and lisianthus were arranged appearing to leap out from the clusters of roses, ranunculus, anemones and cotton.
Sparkly treble clefs were used to anchor the stunning escort cards by Anista Designs at each place setting. The gorgeous piano at the venue, the Enoch Turner Schoolhouse, provided the perfect setting for lovely model, Meher Pavri. Meher is an opera singer and is also trained in the classical Indian dance art of “bharatanatyam” being the perfect model for this music-themed shoot!