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Photographs Courtesy of: Alex & Monica from Lightbox Studio
Photos Courtesy of: Cora Gheorghe Photography
Photos courtesy of: de Belle Photography
Magog, a city in southeastern Quebec, about 120 km east of Montreal, is not unknown to many a Montrealer. It falls within the belt of the Eastern Townships tourist region and boasts cute restaurants, shops and stunning views. Nestled away through one of the many stunning tree lined roads is The Hermitage Club. It is a beautiful venue with magnificent views, and architectural buildings straight out of the vintage victorian era that will make any couple want to consider this as a potential venue.
On January 28th I sponsored an event at the Montreal Musueum of Fine Arts in honour of the Young Philantrhopists Circle. The event theme was the colours of Jazz in the 1920’s Modernism Movement. An evening full of music, burlesque performances, good food and drink. The flowers had to do justice to the electric atmosphere, so of course there needed to be rich colours, eye catching detail and bling to bring it all together.
If you are looking for some jaw dropping wedding inspiration look no further. Zofia and Marc planned this day down to every detail, from ties to shoes, with no detail being overlooked to bring this magical day together. Our first meeting, like with many other couples, began with an inspiration collage of their wedding Pinterest board. Designers have conflicting views over Pinterest boards and whether they help or hinder in the wedding planning process. For me, I think that so long as the couple is open to variations on the design, as well as being realistic with regards to their budget, then the images that the couple assemble can really help you to get an idea of the style and feel the couple is trying to achieve.
The event took place at L’Orpailleur Vineyard in the Eastern Townships. The flowers were going to be used as the couples primary décor. They wanted to stay true to the natural setting of the venue all while capturing the hearts of their family and friends to create a romantic setting. The color palette that they were inspired by were blushes, pinks, burgundy’s and whites. Textures were also a key part of this design, using complimentary greens and large protea’s as a primary focal point added that wow component.
The pièce de résistance for the event (aside from Zofia of course) by far was the ceremonial arch, although the cedar hedge was no small feat either. This piece was truly a labor of love. The base of the arch was made up of curly willow that I weaved together by hand, while creating key junction points to place the main focal floral pieces. The structure was further enforced with seeded eucalyptus and magnolia and from there inspiration just took off, and this 4 ft long ceremonial masterpiece was created. This piece served multi functions for the bride and groom, in that after the ceremony it was used as the floral runner of their sweet heart table.
Beautiful Day, Beautiful Couple… Congratulations you Guys!!!
Photographer and photos courtesy of: http://www.michealbeaulieu.com