Chilly + Sweet Styled River Wedding

Ahhhhhhh. I’ve been holding on to these photographs since JANUARY. I know, I know. That’s not even that long but it has been so hard to keep them to myself and not share too much before the shoot was featured.

I can’t say anything but wonderful things about this entire day. From every single vendor apart of the day, to the experience, to the beautiful hidden venue and the fun we had during the day. I had the opportunity to work with so many talented and amazing industry vendors from the Calgary/Canmore area who I haven’t had the chance to work with or even meet yet. When Clarissa with Foxtail Floral Designs asked me to be apart of her vision, I was so honoured and flattered.

Here’s some words about our styled shoot which I’m so happy to announce was featured on Confetti Wedding Magazine’s blog this morning. Click the link HERE to see more!

“This shoot was inspired by the love of the quiet winter outdoors of Rockyview County, surrounded by tall fur tree’s swaying in the cool & crisp air with the river flowing in the background. We knew Winter was the perfect season to capture this hidden & romantic venue, The Crossing at Ghost River, with snow covered trees and only the sounds of the freshly iced over river. The Pine loft was the perfect setting to capture that balance between chilly but sweet. With it’s warm caramel pine tones, we knew we had found the perfect setting. We styled the day around soft caramel roses, dusty shades of eucalyptus, subtle accents of cotton, with hints of champagne, navy blue hues and gold tones. It was quaint, quiet and everything we had envisioned, tucked away in the middle of the forest.”


































































The Amazing Vendor Team:
Florist/Design: Foxtail Floral Designs
Rentals/Design: Orange Trunk  
Planner/Design: Coco & Ash 
Photography: Miranda Weston Photography
HMUA: Robin Hubert with Ave Beauty
Groom Attire: Ed Williams Menswear 
Accessories: Apostle Boutique  
Couple: Brandi Wilcox and Stephen Vieira





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