Inspired by the colour orange and the mystique around the butterfly motif, we designed this look to feel like an enchanted forest wedding. Butterflies are not only beautiful, but represent a time of transformation and new life. We created a wedding look that also embodied this positive energy and magical nature. As seen in Bridal Affair Magazine. Photos: Purple Tree Photography.
The invitation suite was designed to mimic the exact orange roses used in the tablescape, while the calligraphy elements provided a romantic aesthetic to the overall look.
Rose hedge centrepieces were created to continue the look of the forest behind the tablescape. The butterflies overhead were made to look like they were blowing in the wind, adding to the enchanted feel of the forest. Clear plexi favour boxes with orange roses gave it a pop of modernity. Gold flatware and ornate gold chairs elevated the tabletop look, giving it a regal accent.
This showstopping wedding cake mimicked a lot of the elements from the enchanted forest, including a see-through element in the middle of the cake. Sitting on top of one of the rose hedges and in front of golden gates, the wedding cake display was to die for.
The bride’s dress was chosen for drama. This look was mystical and enchanted, and only an equally bold ballgown would fit this look. The lace detailing on the gown gives the dress an elegant touch. The groom’s tuxedo featured a textured alligator print for an added layer of detail.
Planner: Veronique, Rebecca Chan Weddings & Events
Photo: Purple Tree Photography
Flowers: Ooh La La Designs
Cake: Sweet Philosophy
Invitations: Paper Damsels
Venue: The Symes
Tabletop rentals: Simply Beautiful Decor
Backdrop: Dance Floor Decor
Chairs: Glamourous Affairs Inc.
Favours: The Blossom Box Inc.
Makeup and Hair: Jen Evoy Makeup Studio
Dress: Camellia Wedding Gown
Groom’s suit: Garrison Bespoke
Models: Danielle Pagura and Matthew Gucciardi