Susan & James at The Warehouse

Modern, minimalistic and intimate would best describe the wedding of Susan and James. Rather than spending their budget on lavish decor and a traditional sit down dinner, the couple focus on what mattered most to them - good food, good alcohol and most importantly good company. They exchanged vows in front of 200 of their closest friends and family followed by a stand up reception with multiple food stations provided by the amazing staff at Food Dudes. Guests had the option of an open east coast oyster bar, dumpling station, grilled cheese, wagyu sliders and lobster roll to name a few.

Lastly, keeping with the casualness of the theme instead of a bouquet toss Susan chose to do a bouquet cutting ceremony instead. Each girl chose a ribbon from her bouquet and James cut each ribbon Susan selected while her eyes were closed. It’s a bit hard to explain but you’ll get what I mean if you scroll through the photos.

Beautifully captured by: Jessilyn from Rhythm Photography


Style Shoot - The Morning Frost

The term less is more was definitely prominent in this creative shoot styled by owner and lead wedding planner Jeannie from A Blush Moment. Simplistic was key when it came to executing a minimalist theme with clean lines, gold accents and an almost monochromatic colour palette. Tucked away in the heart of the distillery district Airship 37 was the perfect venue for this minimalistic shoot. An open space area made it possible to style the shoot from the ground up. Everything from the modern Ikea dining table to the ghost chairs from Chairman Mills to the hanging gold geometric prisms from A Blush Moment were carefully chosen for the shoot. Every item had its place.

White pillar candles, which ran along the length of the dinning table, replaced the flower centerpieces commonly seen in weddings. The place setting was kept to a minimal with accents from the gold cutlery. The touch of gold was carried through in the hairpieces and earrings provided by The Loved One. The bride had her hair and makeup done by May from Muah Beauty before she slipped into two classic yet contemporary gowns provided by Elmwood Brides. The groom wore a custom grey suit from Wingmen Suits. A 5-tier cake created by the talented team at Sugar Tiers was the showstopper of the day. It definitely was too pretty to eat.

This wedding shoot was captured beautifully by Anita from Rhythm Photography as well as Norris from Norris Films. Both photos and video showcased this timeless occasion for years to come.