We showed you the inspiration behind this gorgeous Boho Wedding styled session in our last blog post. Now, we’re revealing the final results.
This Boho session features an eclectic wedding couple that are fashion forward and not afraid of colour. Traditional is not the word we would use here. Think of layers of rich textures like lace and velvet, combined with distinct shapes found in the flowers as well as the vases or vessels used to hold the flowers. We wanted to evoke an almost mystical moodiness to everything too.
As a side note, I must say that designing this overall look was a great challenge for Evelyn Clark Weddings. Our clients tend to choose more of a classic elegance for their wedding style. But, we had to remember that we were not designing for a traditional wedding! “Styled” wedding sessions are a great way to showcase creativity and new ideas, so we dove in head first!
All the wedding pros involved really knocked this out of the park. From the unique florals to the beautiful cake (this went viral…it was every.where.) and sultry models, our vision really came to life…even if we had to move things indoors.
Please enjoy the stunning photos. This workshop was featured on Green Wedding Shoes!
But really though, can you imagine attending a wedding where the napkin ring and wedding favour was a handmade gemstone bracelet cuff and necklace? We thought it was a great way to bring in the gemstones while creating a practical wedding accessories!
We can’t wait until next time, We Three Workshops!
Planning, design & styling: Evelyn Clark Weddings | Photography: We Three Workshops (Kat, Sharon, Tricia) | Floral design and concept: Fabloomosity | Dress: Rue De Seine (“Fox”) from The Bridal Boutique (Calgary) | Male attire: Pieces sourced from Espy Experience | Jewellery (used as table pieces and favours): Coutukitsch | Stationery: Em Hen Art | Decor: Gathered Table Supply / Orange Trunk Vintage Rentals / Bella Linens (formerly Celebration Creation) | Cake: Kake | Hair and makeup: The Pretty Haus | Models: Peyton Gastel (Sophia Models International) and Joey Braunwarth (Numa Models)