Nestled in the quaint Cobble Hill community on Vancouver Island, a whimsical editorial shoot was created to embrace and celebrate the beauty and story of The Sound Of Music. With dreams of running through fields we created a wedding design that embraces the natural beauty of its surroundings. While also celebrating the playful personality of Maria. A team of exceptional wedding vendors created an experience that transported us to a different time, and a world of dreams.
The Creative Team Behind the Shoot
- Photography- Sarah Nicole Photography
- Planning and Creative Design – Sydney of Powerful Moments Events
- Decor and Rental Items – Trend Rentals and Design Studio
- Florals and Venue – Wild Floret
- Hair and Makeup – Kaylee Ashley Beauty
- Dress – Shades of White
- Model – Ashley
- Stationery – Ayla Pena
- Jewelry – Fair Jewelry
- Grazing Board – The Noble Grazer
- Cake – Cobble Hill Cake Co
- Hopps – Cobble Hill Hopps
- Published on Rocky Mountain Bride
We chose to highlight two beautiful bridal looks, one that embodies the simple elegance and a more traditional feel that Maria could put forward. The other embraces Maria’s colourful excitement for life and fun. The playful pops of colours florals in the dress bring a perfect express of fun and whimsy. Both dresses came from the wonderful Shades of White bridal salon.
For hair and makeup we had the incredible Kaylee Ashley Beauty working with us. She created a look that offered a soft and sweet feel while still providing depth and eye catching beauty.
Stationery that felt like it came straight from a fairytale. The ever so talented Ayla Pena created this dreamy stationery set, showcasing handmade and torn paper, exquisite calligraphy, and custom designs. In other words, I can honestly say Ayla has something special when it comes to her talent and eye for design.
There was an incredible collaboration between all vendors to create something unique and breathtaking. Wild Floret came forward with the brilliant design to incorporate Hop vines into the floral structure. Embracing what the local community produced these Hopp vines came from a local farm and took the completed design to the next level.
I think it would be fair to say this incredible team not only had a wonderful time working together to bring this editorial piece to life, but we enjoyed the hard work together and celebrated the success with cake! Is there a better way to wrap up a shoot? We can’t think of anything 😉