Apr 03, 2018

Graydon Hall Manor Wedding Shoot

Red Creative Shoot at Graydon Hall Manor

We produced this shoot along with Wassal from Petals and Pearls, and collaborated with a bunch of the most creative and talented vendors of Toronto. Since our vision called for something effortlessly bold, we opted for a lot of raw and natural materials to get that unfinished look. Starting with the stationery, Paula Lee Calligraphy kept the edges of the paper rough and we thought it would be cool to use the concrete floor as the backdrop, adding to the natural theme. The florals from Coyote Flowers took this shoot to another level. They were designed to play with various height levels, mixing red peonies and using linear florals as an accent. Of course, no other colour says bold than red, matching with the model bride’s look of natural confidence.

The bridal attire strayed away from the traditional with a relaxed flow and a tint of grey – it’s the perfect style for the those who are comfortable going the unconventional route. Graydon Hall’s majestic old-world beauty is unlike anything else in Toronto, making it an easy choice of venue for the style we wanted to accomplish. The interior of the manor includes intricate details creating an air of sophistication while maintaining the warmth and comfort of a home.

Let’s talk about the table setting by Plate Occasions. The sheer antique blue dye napkin adds a splash of colour amongst the dramatic flare of red in the flower arrangement. Further accentuated by the rich gold utensils, the light play of colours created a dreamy springtime vibe. The charcoal grey cake by the Cocoa Cakery also sported the undone cement finish look to top off the enchanting celebration.

This shoot was featured on Ruffled! Check out the post here.

Co-Producer – Petals and Pearls
Venue – Graydon Hall Manor
Hair & Makeup – Jen Evoy Makeup Studio
Florist – Coyote Flowers
Bridal Gown – Sash & Bustle
Cake – The Cocoa Cakery

Table Setting – Plate Occasions
Stationery – Paula Lee Calligraphy
Table & Accessories – Bash Panache
Vintage Props –Sweet Bee Tea Party
Videography –Elle & Be Films

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