Vintage Ontario Wedding
Ashley and Craig crafted a lovely handmade wedding using their own two hands and a lot of creative brainpower. Those tiny origami cranes hanging from the tree under which they married is the sweetest background for some heartfelt nuptials. Ashley found her vintage dress at a second hand store and altered it to a length and style of her liking, resulting in a phenomenal one-of-a-kind creation. Their day, and their quirky and inventive portraits, were all captured by Renaissance Studios Photography. Be sure to check out all the goodness (including their tea towel invites) in the gallery.
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Wedding Vendors (Ontario, Canada):
Photographer: Renaissance Studios Photography / Wedding Venue: The Hampton Barn at Belwood Lake Conservation Area / Wedding Cake: Pia’s Bakery / Wedding Dress: Vintage / Felt and Button Bouquets: DIY
Such a sweet wedding! I love the hay bales, paper cranes hanging behind the bride and groom as they exchange vows, and all the pretty little details… especially the DIY felt and button bouquets! Gorgeous!!!
I love the invitations! Any idea who did them? Thanks!
Those invites are truly amazing!!
Oh, I LOVE those bridsemaids dresses! Where are they from?
i LOVE how they strung the cranes for the ceremony!!
We’re flattered to have Ashley & Craig’s wedding on the Ruffled® blog! 🙂 We’ll be back with more information on the vendors for the tea towels and bridesmaid dresses…thanks again for the feature! Love 🙂
the paper cranes are perfect!
I love this wedding. I love the attire. Both the bride and groom look great. I love grey suits!
That first image is stunningly beautiful!
I LOVE this wedding. The bride looks amazing!!
Any news on the vendor they used for the tea towel invitations? They’re to die for!! I am checking back daily anxiously awaiting who did the printing 🙂
Thank you so much for your incredibly sweet comments and love. 🙂 I tried to post the information here but I’m not having much luck (maybe over the character limit?). I noticed that Shawn posted the information that I sent them on their website (https://www.rsblog.ca/?p=11703).
Hopefully I’ve covered it all!