As we spring forward, I’m sharing some winter wedding inspiration to remind us how beautiful our Canadian winters can be. This was a chilly (but fun!) day spent in collaboration with some talented ladies and gents in High River, just after a fresh snowfall. The vision for this shoot was inspired by Rebecca‘s idea to create a winter wedding on a crisp white backdrop, along with a 1950’s wedding dress and furs I curated for Calamity Jane Vintage. Our team worked with a colour palette of soft pink, with pops of navy blue and gold in a peaceful, snowy scene. It was also featured on Green Wedding Shoes — what an honour!
We wanted to push the boundaries of what’s expected for a winter wedding and incorporate unique, memorable details — complete with a vintage style hat made entirely of fresh flowers, and a fresh flower muff. To contrast the traditional gown and serene white backdrop, hair and makeup choices were more high fashion. Robin wore a sharp magenta eye a paired with soft pink lips, and wild, textured hair.
Photography | Gabe McClintock
Concept & Flowers | Rebecca Dawn Flower Design
Fashion & Beauty Styling | Justine Celina Maguire for Calamity Jane Vintage
Styling & Creative Direction | Pink & Honey (assisted by Brooklynne Gladysz)
Cake & Desserts | Crave Cookies & Cupcakes
Paper Goods | Uh Oh My Deer
Hair & Makeup | Claire Marjanen Makeup (assisted by Whitney Wong)
Models | Robin Moodie and Adam Conrad
Thank you to Green Wedding Shoes for featuring this shoot.