An Elegant Woodland Wedding In Lake Louise

An Elegant Woodland Wedding in Lake Louise - Bride and Groom

For their , Adam and Erin knew they wanted to give their guests a weekend getaway they would never forget. “Our wedding weekend started on a Friday, when we gathered with our family and friends at the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise for our rehearsal dinner, which included hot chocolate and s’mores by the campfires,” Erin recalls.

On the Saturday, Erin and Adam exchanged vows in an elegant woodland-themed wedding in the Chateau Lake Louise’s Victoria Ballroom. After the ceremony, guests were treated to horse-drawn sleigh rides. “It was a great way for our guests to experience the Rocky Mountains,” Erin smiles.

When the Victoria Ballroom was transformed for the reception, the couple was floored. To complement their white, cream, taupe and brown palette, gold accents were peppered throughout the room. “The long wooden tables were paired with gold table numbers, candles and charger plates, which were absolutely gorgeous,” Erin shares. “We also loved the floral runners.”

Instead of a cake, Erin and Adam opted to serve freshly baked pies. “It went nicely with our warm, intimate wedding theme!”

Erin Britow and Adam Kinnaird, February 6, 2016, Lake Louise, Alberta.

Photography courtesy of Brittany Esther.

Vendors
Ceremony and reception venue: Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise
Bridal gown: Blush by Hayley Paige from Delica Bridal
Bridesmaid dresses: David’s Bridal
Groom’s tux: Armani from Harry Rosen
Groomsmen attire: Derks
Wedding planner: Jennifer Bergman Weddings
Flowers: Fabloomosity
Stationery: Pinkpolka Invitations and Stationery
Hair and makeup: Botega Hair
Music: DJ Kwake from Premiere DJs by Urban Metropolis
Rentals: Special Event Rentals
Sleigh Rides: Brewster Adventures
Photo Booth: Creative Photo Booth

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Real Weddings: Bari & Jimmy’s Interfaith Outdoor Museum Wedding

Bari and Jimmy tied the knot in a unique interfaith outdoor museum and celebrated their marriage in a lively reception at the Ybor City Museum Garden in Tampa.

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The Details

Bride’s Name: Bari
Groom’s Name: Jimmy
Venue: Ybor City Museum Garden
Wedding Date: February 4, 2017
Bridal Gown Designer: Theia; purchased from Your Dream Bridal in Massachusetts
Florist: 2Birds Events
Photographer: Finny Hill Photography
Videographer: Brandon Kari Productions
Cake: Mini Doughnut Factory
Wedding Coordinator: Coral & Vine Event Design
Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Adrianna Papell, Aidan Mattox, J Kara, & Alex Evenings
Honeymoon: We’ll be traveling to Portugal and Spain in December 2017…couldn’t go right after the wedding because of tax season, and we wanted something else to look forward to once the wedding fun was over!

The Story

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bride and bridesmaids hugging silk robes

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bridesmaid helping bride get ready

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barber shop sign

groom getting haircut

groomsman helping groom get ready

groom posing in white jacket black bow tie

groomsmen in black tuxes black bow ties

bride holding lush bouquet

bride posing in middle of road

ring bearer in tux

flower girl in poofy white gown

groom in white jacket waiting for first look

bride groom first look

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bride groom kissing during first look

lush green and burgundy bouquet

bride groom pose in front of wood door

bride groom smiling after ceremony

groom whispering in bride's ear

bride and groom petting their dogs

bride and groom holding dogs on leashes

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My husband and I got married at a little known Tampa venue this past February. In our opinion, The Ybor City Museum Garden is underutilized and underrated, which is a shame because it’s quite literally picture perfect, versatile, affordable, and a coveted, historic state landmark. Ybor City was founded in the 1880s and was populated by thousands of immigrants, mainly from Cuba, Spain, and Italy. It’s been known as an extremely unique and successful city since its inception and is probably best known for the hundreds of millions of cigars that were rolled annually in the factories. Downtown Tampa and its surrounding historic neighborhoods, like Ybor, have been successfully revived over some time, and we hang out there pretty often these days. There are breweries, pirate-themed bars, authentic deviled crab, the BEST paella around, live music, drag queens, cigars…what more could you want?

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wedding guestbook papers

fun wedding program with illustrations

outdoor ceremony setup with chuppah

leafy arrangement tied to ceremony chair

reserved sign on ceremony chair

chuppah with white and pink fabric

jewish wedding ceremony cups and wine bottle

chuppah on sign

wedding guests watching ceremony

bride and groom talking with officiant

groom kissing bride's head

parents walking groom down aisle

groom hugging dad at altar

groom waiting at altar for bride

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ring bearers get to altar

flower girl ring bearer with wood sign

bride walking down aisle with parents

bride and groom holding hands at altar

ring ceremony

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bride wiping tear ceremony

groom placing scarf over bride

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bride groom first kiss

groom smashing glass

bride signing chuppah

groom signing chuppah

Prior to getting engaged, we basically became professional wedding guests, attending 13 together in three years…so when we finally got engaged, we were more than ready for it to be our turn. When we started planning, we were having trouble finding local venues to accommodate our needs (interfaith wedding with close to 300 people invited) that weren’t completely overdone or ridiculously expensive, so when we came across a wedding at the Garden one night after dinner (right under our noses—about 10 minutes from our house) we were very surprised and very hopeful. We made a phone call, had a site visit, and booked it within one weekend; it was one of the best decisions made regarding our wedding.

My husband and I are each one of four siblings (I’m a twin, at that), and we’re both passionate, loud, and fun-loving (dubbed the lives of the party by our friends and family), so it wasn’t a surprise to anyone in our closest circles that we wanted a wedding that was big, FUN, and DIFFERENT than anything we’d experienced before. The Ybor City Museum Garden was equal parts unique, romantic, and practical, essentially enabling us to create that exact vibe. The majority of the elements of our wedding were that of a classic garden affair, but it was dotted with eclectic and quirky details, industrial cityscapes, and a WILD dance party at the reception. We just wanted to put our own twist on the classic ideas we loved.

black and white wedding directional signs

diy wedding seating chart

marble fountain

outdoor wedding ceremony in plaza greenery

long tables with greenery

long curvy tables with white tablecloths and candles

sweetheart table set up next to fountain

curved tables with greenery and pillar candles

diy coaster place card

doughnut bar setup

signature cocktail sign with dog cartoons

woman posing for caricature artist

fountain lit up at night

bride and groom holding hands father's toast

bride and groom feeding each other doughnuts

bride and groom posing outside museum

What were your favorite or most memorable aspects of your wedding day?

My favorite aspects of our wedding include the caricature artists we hired instead of a photo booth or related takeaway…our guests absolutely loved it; including our dogs in our first look with the help of a special pet photographer (portion of proceeds benefited local animal rescues); the linen used to cover the top of our Chuppah…it was my maternal grandmother’s; the Rabbi…because she’s my cousin :); trading wedding cake for mini doughnuts…Jimmy & I built the doughnut wall we used to display them; the 12-piece band we splurged on…who played light jazz during the cocktail hour and Fetty Wap during the reception; going full romantic glam for my bridal look but changing into ASOS high top sneakers after the ceremony; dedicating my bouquet to my mom instead of throwing it, since I’m the last of the four sisters to get hitched; and finally, the surprise Star Wars themed sendoff I planned for my self-proclaimed nerdy husband, complete with a visit from Yoda himself.

bride groom first dance

groom dancing with mom

father daughter dance

bride and groom toasting with friends

bride and groom lifted on chairs hora

groom with arms spread open

jazz band playing during wedding reception

bridesmaids laughing drinking reception

bride and friend dancing

guy in suspenders dancing at wedding

packed wedding dance floor

bridesmaid dancing

groom dipping bride dancing

wedding guests dancing on outdoor dance floor

bride singing on stage

Do you have any advice for future brides?

As far as advice to brides planning their own weddings, I’d say DON’T SWEAT THE SMALL STUFF (which I wish I would have done less of), go with your gut instincts, and don’t do things just to please other people like in-laws, other vendors, etc. For those having big weddings, I highly recommend having a welcome party after the rehearsal dinner the night before (where all guests are invited—you don’t have to pay for anything, and there doesn’t need to be a host…you can just tell them where you’ll be hanging out after) in order to get some of the schmoozing out of the way so you are able to ENJOY more of your actual wedding reception and spend less time doing the formalities of going table to table. I also recommend you pick a few nights per week to NOT do anything wedding-planning related to take some mental breaks as you go through the process. ?

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From Wedding to Home: 1960s Coastal California

Did you see this morning’s 1960s-inspired Coastal California wedding in Cayucos, photographed by Jenn Emerling? [insert link once scheduled] If not, make sure to pop on over and check out all the eclectic details! If that wedding was totally your jam, and you thought to yourself something along these lines, “This décor! Those chairs! Everything! I want that in my house!” Then you’re going to LOVE this installment of our From Wedding to Home series! 


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A Romantic Styled Wedding With an Edgy Getaway

Romantic Meets Edgy Inspiration

Spring is in the air over here on the West Coast and we’re fully embracing the new blooms, freshly flavored treats, and evening bike rides! Today’s inspiration combines all those things…though, this version of the “bike” certainly takes it to a whole new level! Jason + Sara at Concept Photography pulled together a team of artists in Orlando to create an edgy, romantic styled shoot, calling on a mix of natural and metallic elements to set the stage.

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Louise and Robin’s Tuscan wedding at La Foce

You guys! This destination in Tuscany is STUN-ing. Set at La Foce, the scenery is absolutely spectacular—the couple even made sure to capture all the ariel shots with a drone! The details, planned by Italian Style Weddings, are classic, filled with pastel roses and let the gardens and architecture of the villa and estate shine. With photography by Lilli Kad Photography and film by Alessandro Bordoni Films, this one is sure to delight!

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What made the wedding special and unique?

Having all our closest family and friends together in a spectacular venue like La Foce, surrounded by the beautiful Tuscan scenery made the wedding a truly memorable and special day for us. We were very fortunate and thankful that all our guests were flying in from around the world to celebrate with us. It wouldn’t have been the same without the people we love there. We are also obsessed with the venue so having a drone there to capture the aerial shots was the best decision we ever made!

louise-robin-1louise-robin-19louise-robin-109louise-robin-224Tell us about the gown and where/how you found it!

I must have tried on over 30 dresses but finally found my dress in a bridal boutique in Wimbledon. It is a La Sposa gown and I fell in love with the long scalloped lace train and the sweetheart neckline. The dress has two layers – the underneath layer is fitted in a mermaid silhouette with delicate lace and crystal details. The outer layer is a transparent delicate tulle surrounded by scalloped lace. I am extremely indecisive and specific about what I like and don’t like so I found the whole process quite hard. However, it’s true when they say you just know when you’ve found the right dress because as soon as I tried it on I knew it was the one!

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What were some touches added to make the wedding personal?

We wanted our families to be involved and feel like they were a part of the wedding ceremony. During the ceremony our mothers were invited to light a unity candle together to symbolize the union of our families. This was a special moment for us especially since our families only met for the first time the day before the wedding!

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What was the most memorable part of the day?

For me, walking down the aisle was the most memorable part of the day. I couldn’t wait to see Robin and all the guests, and I had a massive smile on my face the entire time. The weather was perfect, the location, the music and the setup of the ceremony was exactly how I wanted it, so seeing it all for the first time was very exciting.

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Tell us how you met and became engaged.

Robin proposed in London at The Shard. It was a total surprise and a private moment together as he organised for us to have the entire bar to ourselves. I thought we were just going for a nice lunch and did think it was slightly odd we were going to a bar at midday but I didn’t suspect anything. I was so shocked and speechless that before I even said yes the ring was already on my finger! I’m glad he chose to propose in London because this is our home, where we met, where we fell in love and where we share so many memories together.

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Wedding film in Tuscany – La Foce || Louise & Robin from Alessandro Bordoni on Vimeo.

Videographer: Alessandro Bordoni Films // Photography: Lilli Kad Photography // Wedding Planner: Italian Style Weddings // Venue: La Foce, Tuscany // Officiant: Diane Rossi

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Louise and Robin’s Tuscan wedding at La Foce

You guys! This destination in Tuscany is STUN-ing. Set at La Foce, the scenery is absolutely spectacular—the couple even made sure to capture all the ariel shots with a drone! The details, planned by Italian Style Weddings, are classic, filled with pastel roses and let the gardens and architecture of the villa and estate shine. With photography by Lilli Kad Photography and film by Alessandro Bordoni Films, this one is sure to delight!

louise-robin-322

What made the wedding special and unique?

Having all our closest family and friends together in a spectacular venue like La Foce, surrounded by the beautiful Tuscan scenery made the wedding a truly memorable and special day for us. We were very fortunate and thankful that all our guests were flying in from around the world to celebrate with us. It wouldn’t have been the same without the people we love there. We are also obsessed with the venue so having a drone there to capture the aerial shots was the best decision we ever made!

louise-robin-1louise-robin-19louise-robin-109louise-robin-224Tell us about the gown and where/how you found it!

I must have tried on over 30 dresses but finally found my dress in a bridal boutique in Wimbledon. It is a La Sposa gown and I fell in love with the long scalloped lace train and the sweetheart neckline. The dress has two layers – the underneath layer is fitted in a mermaid silhouette with delicate lace and crystal details. The outer layer is a transparent delicate tulle surrounded by scalloped lace. I am extremely indecisive and specific about what I like and don’t like so I found the whole process quite hard. However, it’s true when they say you just know when you’ve found the right dress because as soon as I tried it on I knew it was the one!

louise-robin-313louise-robin-302louise-robin-315louise-robin-314louise-robin-382louise-robin-390louise-robin-319
What were some touches added to make the wedding personal?

We wanted our families to be involved and feel like they were a part of the wedding ceremony. During the ceremony our mothers were invited to light a unity candle together to symbolize the union of our families. This was a special moment for us especially since our families only met for the first time the day before the wedding!

louise-robin-588louise-robin-598louise-robin-535louise-robin-522louise-robin-582

What was the most memorable part of the day?

For me, walking down the aisle was the most memorable part of the day. I couldn’t wait to see Robin and all the guests, and I had a massive smile on my face the entire time. The weather was perfect, the location, the music and the setup of the ceremony was exactly how I wanted it, so seeing it all for the first time was very exciting.

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Tell us how you met and became engaged.

Robin proposed in London at The Shard. It was a total surprise and a private moment together as he organised for us to have the entire bar to ourselves. I thought we were just going for a nice lunch and did think it was slightly odd we were going to a bar at midday but I didn’t suspect anything. I was so shocked and speechless that before I even said yes the ring was already on my finger! I’m glad he chose to propose in London because this is our home, where we met, where we fell in love and where we share so many memories together.

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Wedding film in Tuscany – La Foce || Louise & Robin from Alessandro Bordoni on Vimeo.

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Inspired by Nature: Winter Wedding Flowers By Sarah Winward

Sarah Winward of Honey of a Thousand Flowers is a floral designer who we have always admired. Among the many things we love about her work is the way she allows nature, the setting and environment, and the season to inspire her designs. This gallery is the perfect way to highlight this, with unique winter flowers that we know you’ll love.

While most of us wouldn’t be brave enough to host an outdoor ceremony during winter, this beautiful setting seems to beg for it. This old dock in front of a quiet pond is accented with florals and blankets in a muted palette that don’t detract from the greyed wood; while handmade ice candles give a delicate nod to the season. Inside, the design is warmed up with copper accents and bright green tones in the flowers, while a pussywillow branch installation floating above the guests reminds us of the cool temperatures outdoors.

Read on for more from floral designer Sarah Winward, about her collaborative design for this workshop with Laurie Arons:  
“This welcome dinner was held in the blue canteen building at the ranch. It is this adorable building with a canvas top and walls. We took inspiration from the copper bar in the space, and then built the look of the dinner around that. We filled the table with delicate spring flowers spilling down the table, and created this wild branch hanging installation to float above the tables. Attendees were greeted with a warm drink, and walked through the ranch to the canteen where they were able to warm up around the fire before being welcomed in for dinner. It was such a fun way to start the week!

As a part of the workshop, we also created this ceremony setup so that Laurie could demonstrate and discuss how she approaches the ceremony design and function at her events. We wanted the ceremony décor to be light, and compliment the natural surroundings. We chose this spot right in front of the icy pond for the ceremony, and I created florals by taking inspiration from this location, and kept it delicate so that it didn’t distract from the natural beauty. Simple floral clusters growing from the benches, and some votive holders made from ice at the head of the aisle.”

Floral Design Sarah Winward for Honey of a Thousand Flowers | Photography Jose Villa Photography | Event Planner Laurie Arons Special Events | Wedding Dress  Naeem Khan | Wedding Dress J. Mendel | Event Design + Styling Daniel Tran | Wedding Cake Perfect Endings | Venue The Ranch At Rock Creek

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DIY Wrist Corsage

Diy wrist corsage

I’ve been a planner and florist for nine years, and until a few years ago wrist corsages have been the bane of my floral career. Here were my two major dilemmas:

  1. How do I make a corsage that doesn’t look like an 80’s prom throwback? Answer: Use dainty flowers; spray roses and ranunculus are my go-to!
  2. How do I make said dainty corsage so it doesn’t fall apart the second the MOB starts flailing around on the dance floor? Answer: It’s all about the slap bracelet (yeah, you heard me right), tiny zip ties, and a hot glue gun.

This Flower Moxie Tutorial will change your life! You can use this technique for making wrist corsages with real or faux flowers (I always prefer real).

Supplies:

  • Slap bracelet corsage with adapter
  • Green stem tape
  • 2 tiny zip ties
  • 1/2-inch ribbon
  • 1 1/2-inch ribbon
  • Flowers and greens
  • Low-temp hot glue gun or professional floral glue*

*Personally, I don’t care for floral glue. I find it doesn’t set up quickly and it’s like working with honey. However, if you’re a floral purist, then I salute you!

Step 1

Start the party by making two small boutonnieres, wrapping them with stem tape. Keep stems long, you will trim up later!

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Step 2

Scooch the boutonnieres close together, wrapping and tightening them down with a small zip tie. This is where the long stems come in handy: use them to pull the buds together!

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Step 3

Once zip is fully tightened, go ahead and trim off the excess tie and stems.

DIY wrist corsage

Step 4

Use your second zip tie to secure the tied flowers to the plastic adapter. Then, use your 1/2-inch ribbon to hide your zip ties.

DIY wrist corsage

DIY wrist corsage

Step 5

Apply hot glue or floral glue to the center of your ribbon and throw in a pretty center bud! Make your way around the floral piece and continue to glue in little bits of greenery and flowers until you’ve hidden your mechanics.

DIY wrist corsage

DIY wrist corsage

Step 6

Since I know the wedding you’ve been dreaming of does not include a slap bracelet, you will hide this with a 1 1/2-inch ribbon. But trust me, you will love the way the slap bracelet refuses to slide around even on the smallest of wrists!

DIY wrist corsage

DIY wrist corsage

YOU’RE DONE! Great job, now dance the night way!

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1960s-Inspired Coastal California Wedding

Coastal California Wedding

Visions of VW buses, vintage glassware, Priscilla Presley, and an overall 1960s-inspired vibe set the tone for this in Cayucos, California. Maureen + Jeff were inspired by the area’s many mid-century beach homes (which Maureen vacationed in during her childhood), and all the surrounding hues of ocean blue + verdant grass. Here’s the caveat — Cayucos is a small seaside town without many options for wedding venues. The solution? M+J found a bluff overlooking the pier — a completely blank piece of land without any amenities — and with the help of Beijos Events, they built their wedding space from the ground up! They chose the tent, the tables, chairs, décor, even the bathrooms! The whole day was completely their own and we absolutely LOVE that.

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