30 May 2011
Jennifer + Noel were married this past weekend in historic fashion (literally!) at Queenston Heights in Niagara-on-the-Lake, site of Brock's Monument, Canada's famous War of 1812 memorial tower overlooking the breathtaking Niagara River.
The dreamy tones of our 'Glow' palette featuring soft yellow, ivory and cognac set the mood for the space, while the garden roses, white hydrangeas, tulips, heaven-scented lily of the valley and peonies did all the heavy lifting design wise!
Best wishes and many blessings to Jennifer + Noel!
Noel's hat pin from his days in the Canadian military provided the emblem detailing on Jennifer's soft yellow bridal bouquet! Check out the cute bouquet 'collar' ruffles ...
We caught the Mr. and Mrs. shortly after having made it official ... loving the wardrobe!!
3 July 2010
So we're officially in those warm, heady days of summer and holiday weekends make for super wedding celebrations ... especially in Niagara-on-the-Lake!
Robin + Dennis tied the knot this past weekend ... outdoors overlooking the Niagara River from the deck of the Queenston Heights Restaurant in Queenston. A hop and a skip down the Niagara Parkway brought their guests to quaint Niagara-on-the-Lake and the Imperial Ballroom at Queen's Landing Hotel, where they celebrated and dined in utmost style!
The bride's 'Charmed' palette was a perfectly pretty combination of blush pink, ivory and white ... classic beauty never goes out of style. Cheers to summer weddings!
Charm is one of those palettes that brides always seem to return to ... here's an idea of the colour / texture palette we were working with.
The bride and bridesmaid's bouquets ... with callas, roses, lisianthus and orchids.
In addition to being a unique wedding destination, Queenston Heights is also a memorial to The War of 1812 where we Canadians kicked the Americans back across the River ... for the first and last time! Don't worry, it's all good ... we're friends now.
The Imperial Ballroom at Queen's Landing always looks pretty in pink (and white) ... so these centerpieces were right at home!