When you’re in Canada and the winters can be a bit harrowing, it’s time to put your creativity to work and come up with wedding inspiration that oozes springtime warmth. Martina Wendland and The Creative Details drew their design from greenhouses while tying in classic wedding flair with a dreamy palette of blues, grays, and cream tones. One thing to certainly have on the list was an abundance of greenery and La Petite Fleur provided that and beautiful arrangements of roses, lilacs, and ferns. It’s amazing what you can dream up when you’re wishing for spring!
From the photographer, Martina Wendland: The Great North blesses us with some seriously long winters… time to hunker down by the fire and plan and dream of all things spring. The Creative Details & I put together this styled greenhouse inspiration with these words in mind: organic, classic, styled simply, pretty, garden + fresh. We had an amazing group of vendors and thoroughly enjoyed putting together wedding inspiration in a spot we all dream of some day hosting a wedding – the perfect early-spring escape from our sometimes late-to-arrive mild weather. Decked in row upon row of ferns, succulents, and blooms, the greenhouse hosted our whimsical + live wedding display.
La Petite Fleur provided gorgeous arrangements of garden roses, Mimosa flowers, lilac and fern. A large harvest table set against a backdrop of foliage provided the head table. The Creative Details chose muted blues, grays and creams for the table settings and Brandy’s floral arrangements filled the table with a lush display of soft colour. MOD Custom Catering provided an on-site salad bar with fresh vegetables and local goods, while Crumb and Berry satisfied the sweet tooth with hand painted macaroons, a naked cake and lemon rosemary shortbread cookies. Our models, a real couple, were outfitted by boutique dressmaker, Anais Anette and local designer menswear shop, Paul Puncher. Beautiful lace adorned the bride and a dapper navy suit had the groom looking smart. My favourite part about this session was putting a twist on the rustic theme we see so much of up here in Canada. The earthy and organic vibe modernizes that rustic trend, while still appealing to that demographic. I love the way the vendors used simple and timeless elements to bring this inspiration shoot to life.