Three looks. One photoshoot. After working with Lusine from Shotlife Studio on a prior project, we knew we had to work together again! Vendor connections are so important in the industry and she’s turned in a dear friend of mine. For this editorial, we kept it simple, focusing only on the bride and groom and featuring their attire, accessories and most importantly connection.
We started off with a Milla Nova by Lorenzo Rossi dress. A gown that dropped jaws. The train on this dress was one of a kind. Once we had the model up on the steps where we could see the full length of the train, the whole room stopped what they were doing and stared. That was the moment when I knew we got the shot! For accessories we went bold. The earrings styled along are the definition of luxe! Pearl headbands are also one of the trendiest fashion pieces right now and translate so well in bridal and re already seen on bridal runway shows. Tara Fava’s Jewellery is a collection of work that you must check out. I know I can always find amazing pieces from her and even considering a pair myself. Our groom wore custom suits designed by My King & Bay, a Toronto bespoke clothier curated all details from the fit, the fabric, the buttons, the lining and the lapels. I pulled a classic black tux, a bright mint green suit and a beautiful emerald velvet suit. Scroll down to see how it all translates in photos! Links for all vendor are at the bottom. These images say it all!
Planner/Co-Concept Designer/Stylist – LoveLee Celebrations, Photographer/Videographer/Co-Concept Designer – Shotlife Studio, Florist – Bloomberry and Co., Makeup – BlushxBalm, Hair – Bridal Hair Couture by Katie, Dress – Milla Nova By Lorenzo Rossi from Blushing Bridal Boutique, Bridal Accessories – Tara Fava Jewellery, Rings – Cynthia Findlay Antiques, Model – Dulcedo Models and Elmer Olsen Models, Venue – Mint Room Studios