Today’s enchanting manor inspiration evokes a sense of Old World romance through its bold ruby hues and elaborate climbing floral arrangements. There’s an airiness about it too, contrasted perfectly by the sexy and almost mysterious mood. From the bride’s unconventional gowns (doesn’t that last one look like a waterfall?) to the lunar-textured charcoal cake, these images from Purple Tree Photography will have you hooked!
From the stylist, Petals and Pearls: This styled shoot was prepared by a handful of Toronto’s most talented, fun-loving and creative vendors. I and the photographer, Svetlana from Purple Tree Photography, envisioned a dreamy, effortless yet bold shoot. We wanted to mix unconventional elements together that all spoke a bold tale of lust and love. Our talented florist brought this to life on another level. With her own creative juices, she put together flowers that were both pretty and rough, mixing large luscious red peonies with organic linear floral (many she hand-picked from her own green space) Our model, hair and makeup translated the same vibe beautifully, all the while staying with current makeup trends. Our bridal attire was unconventional, relaxed both elegant and relaxed, and a touch of character with an alternative grey hued gown. We chose one of Toronto’s most enchanting landmarks for this shoot, Graydon Hall Manor, a venue that encompasses the beauty of old world with today’s twist.
Photography: Purple Tree Photography
Event Panning and Styling: Petals and Pearls
Floral Design: Coyote Flowers
Venue: Graydon Hall Manor
Gowns: Sash and Bustle
Hair and Makeup: Jen Evoy Makeup Studio
Special Event and Furniture Rentals: Bash Panache
Flatware, Stemware and Plates: Plate Occasions
Vintage props: Sweet Bee Tea Party