Moroccan Vintage Inspired ShootStyled Shoot: Moroccan Vintage Inspired

Posted by Blush Magazine Posted on September 6, 2017

With fall around the corner, we thought it would be a great time to share this Moroccan Vintage inspired wedding shoot. The shoot was held at Studio96, a new downtown venue space in Edmonton. Studio96 was formerly a church and was transformed into what it is today: a magical and inspiring venue. A group of local vendors worked together to create this enchanting shoot.


Amina + Alex: We Still DoStyled Shoot: 10 Year Anniversary

Posted by Blush Magazine Posted on February 14, 2017

Happy Valentine’s Day lovies! We’ve been hanging onto this editorial shoot for quite some time, waiting for the perfect occasion to share it with our online readers. Valentine’s couldn’t be a more perfect day to share Amina and Alex’s ten year anniversary shoot. Last Spring, Amina and Alex celebrated their ten year anniversary with their three beautiful children. We trekked the family of five out to the beautiful Town of Banff for some spectacular photos. Our team of vendors (full list below photos), created a stunning wedding setup atop Tunnel Mountain. If you tied the knot before the world of designers, blogs, instagram and pinterest – we hope this mountain anniversary shoot inspires you.


Retro Tropical Industrial FusionStyled Shoot: Retro Tropical Industrial Fusion

Posted by Blush Magazine Posted on January 27, 2017

This retro tropical wedding is cool with a capital “c” and it has everything to do with the creatives behind it. They took a vision and created a retro tropical industrial fusion shoot with color and style like you wouldn’t believe. Michelle Larmand captured all these great shots which you can find in a spread in our Spring Summer 2017 issue. Check out the acknowledgments below for more local talent!


What’s A Pop-Up Wedding?The Original Fun + Fancy Elopement!

Posted by Blush Magazine Posted on December 16, 2016

Some of you may have never heard of a pop-up wedding. Let us fill you in! Pop-Up weddings are perfect for couples who don’t have the cash or for couples with other priorities, such as; travel, buying a home, starting a family etc. And because not all of us enjoy wedding planning, they are a great option for couples who don’t want to invest up to a year orchestrating an event.

Here enters Evented, an Edmonton based company, that specializes in pop-up style weddings and elopements. To introduce Blush to the idea of pop-up weddings, Evented partnered up with local wedding vendors to show our readers that you can have a beautiful and small wedding that entirely shows off your style, and the love between you and your partner!


European Inspired Rustic WeddingAlex + Franky: European Inspired Wedding

Posted by Blush Magazine Posted on December 9, 2016

Like many people, Alex and Franky met at work while they were both working at Earls.

The Proposal

It was a warm day in April. Alex and Franky went for brunch at Sugarbowl because Alex had been craving chicken and waffles for a long time. After lunch he asked if he could show her something and they went for a drive to Cloverdale Hill. From the top of the hill he pointed out spots that were meaningful to them. He pointed out one of the locations and asked Alex what it made her think of and she responded “well, it’s where it all began”. Franky was standing behind Alex the entire time, when she turned around he was down on one knee proposing. 

The Big Day

The couple were in search of an old European style church for their wedding day and something rustic for the reception. The grooms family has used the Goretti Centre several times for events and when they met to discuss their vision for their wedding they were extremely helpful. The inside of the Goretti Centre fit what they had envisioned perfectly, adorned with beautiful chandeliers and crown moulding. To add some personal touches the bride and her mother in law made individual tiramisu for each guest and the bride and her mother made her grandmas butter tarts for dessert. Also, the couch used in some photos was the groom’s grandmothers.

Favourite Moments

Alex:When I walked through the doors and saw Franky standing at the front and saw how many people came to celebrate our wedding with us.”

Franky: “The second I saw Alex standing at the back of the church.”

Engagement Ring Cut


First Dance

‘Remind Me’ – Conrad Sewell

Father-Daughter & Mother-Son Dance(s)

‘My Little Girl’- Tim McGraw

‘Never Alone’- Lady Antebellum

Newlywed Advice

“Hire a wedding planner, even if its just for the month/day of. It will save you so much stress and grief.”

Looking Forward to Most Now Being Married

“We haven’t lived together before so we’re most excited to finally moving into our house together and be able to wake up next to each other every day and go to bed next to each other every night. As cheesy as that sounds”


Barbados – Sandals Resort


Ceremony Venue: St. Josephs Basilica | Reception Venue: Santa Maria Goretti Centre | Marriage Officiant: Father Martin Carroll | Wedding Planner: Tessa Labbe ‘Unbreakable Vows’ | Design & Décor Coordinator: A Chair to RememberCake: The Art of Cake Catering: Santa Maria Goretti Centre | Floral Design: FabloomosityPhotographer: BettiJane | Rentals: A Chair to Remember | Backdrop: The Paper Wedding | Stationery: Glossie Invitations | Music (DJ or Live): Revolution DJ | Transportation: Last Minute Limousines | Bridal Gown Boutique: The Bridal House | Bridal Gown Designer: Casablanca | Bridesmaid(s) Boutique: Novelle Bridal ShopBridesmaid(s) Designer: Dessy Collection | Groom’s Suit/Tux Designer: Canali | Groom’s Suit/Tux Shop: Henry Singer | Groomsmen Suit/Tux Designer: Jones New York | Groomsment Suit/Tux Shop: Tip Top Tailors | Bridal Hair Stylist: Salon and Spa Roxx, Amanda Collier | Bridal Make Up Artist: Salon and Spa Roxx- Danielle Figeat | Bridesmaid(s) Hair Stylist: Salon and Spa Roxx,| Bridesmaid(s) Make Up Artist: Salon and Spa Roxx | Jeweler: Giancarlo Bruni Bossio


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