May we start using a new wedding term as of today? Because I think this shoot can only be described as Vintage Field Chic! Florals by Calyx Floral Design and vintage pieces from Special Event Rentals were beautifully designed to create a romantic outdoor setting with a unique vintage style. Captured by Lindsay Nickel Photography.
Folks, this next shoot is as cool as it gets. The all-star team of talented vendors which includes Jenelle Jamani, Kristin Zabos Photography backdrops, Blush Artistry, Ruth Banks, Neat Rentals, Special Event Rentals — just to name a few — put together an eclectic boho shoot inspired by nature and bohemian styling. This is one you won’t want to miss!
This setting and these images might ring a bell. Simplicity In The Canadian Rocky Mountains graces a 4 page editorial and the cover of our Spring Summer 2016 issue. When Cory Christopher came to us with the concept of shooting at Alberta’s most luxurious resort, The Fairmont Banff Springs, we were over the moon excited. Cory, and his team of selected professionals, designed a concept that fit right into the natural surroundings of Banff, Alberta. Choosing the cover was the hardest decision for us to make, as you can see, every photo Milton Photography backdrops captured is jaw dropping beautiful. For a full list of credits please see the acknowledgments below the images.
What is the formula for a perfect shoot? We get asked this question a lot! The ‘Indie Elopement in Alberta’s Badlands’ shoot checked all the major points; distinctiveness, high quality photography and details. Even with all that, the location is what really blew us away. Local wedding vendors drove across the endless golden prairies into the hills and rock formations, Alberta’s badlands, for the perfect setting.
Knowing that the very ground this was shot on is filled with ancient bones of dinosaurs who once ruled the land will keep you in wonderment.
Twins! Pantone has for the first time crowned two colours of the year for 2016. Rose Quartz and Serenity are shades of pale pink and baby blue.
Pantone’s annual announcement is watched closely by the design and fashion industry as the tipoff to a trend that usually spreads through home décor, fashion and design.
Rose Quartz is a persuasive yet gentle tone that conveys compassion and a sense of composure. Serenity is weightless and airy, like the expanse of the blue sky above us, bringing feelings of respite and relaxation even in turbulent times.
Here is an inspiration board we’ve put together to showcase what a Pantone 2016 wedding may look like.