We celebrated leap-year by using our extra day in February to create a styled winter wedding session at the Hart House!
Kristen Hunter and I worked together to line up a list of local vendors to tell a visual story of what your wedding could look like at the new wine and tapa restaurant in Camrose’ downtown core (they are now offering intimate wedding packages).
The recently renovated restaurant retained the best of its historic elegance while adding a modern flare and the result is a stunning eatery whisks you away into a new world when you enter. It’s a true gem for Camrose.
I really wanted to show how beautiful the building is (inside and out) and so I chose not to use a lot of extra gear during the shoot. Instead I let the ambiance of the restaurant be my guide.
The other vendors had the same thought and that resulted in minimalistic floral accents, simple- yet beautiful stationary and the most beautiful naked cake I’ve ever seen!
Our models (a married couple and one of my good friends who played the bridesmaid) were fabulous to work with. Thanks to each of you for being ridiculously good looking and having so much fun! (Also, thank you for doing everything I asked you to do even though it might of felt like I was bordering on the ridiculous at times. It was SO worth it).
Natasha from Bespoke Beauty was our hairstylist and Nadisha from Vanity by Nadisha took care of the makeup. I highly recommend you look both of them up if you need hair and makeup vendors for your wedding!
I want to say a huge thank you to all of the vendors that came together for this! Without everyone’s hard work this wouldn’t have been possible. Thank you for trusting me to capture images that highlight all of your talents!
[tg_accordion title=”Click here to view the full vendor list!” icon=”” close=”1″]Hair- Bespoke Beauty Canada
Makeup Artist- Vanity by Nadisha
Design/decor – Kristen Hunter Events & Decor
Stationary- Paper Blush
Venue/food- Hart House Wine and Tapa
Dresses- Tish’s Fashions
Cake- Cute & Classy Cakes
Models – April & Jon McCorquindale, Brianna Schultz
Flower – Frankie’s Flower Shop[/tg_accordion]
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