Wedding days are a wild, wonderful, love-filled blur. Your alarm goes off in the morning and…poof! The day’s over and you’re running through sparklers hand-in-hand with your sweetie toward your happily ever after. That fast-forward feeling is exactly why so many of our brides (and probably most of your married friends) advise to take small pauses throughout the day to savor each other and the moment.
That’s exactly why we love this wedding editorial. It’s part of this enchanted wood shoot, and in this week’s chapter, our bride and groom drift together sharing champagne in a canoe. Honey, if ever there was a way to step back and absorb the moment, it’s from the floating perspective of a boat for two. These two also visit one of the lovely horses at the venue—affording not only stellar photo-ops, but an opportunity for alone time.
So, girls, even if a boat and horses are not available at your venue, steal away some minutes here and there—the memories and photos will be 100% worth it!
Enchanted Wood Wedding Editorial Vendors
bride’s finery: Astrid & Mercedes Minuit, Lea-Ann Belter Lucette | photographer: Lula King Photography | creative director + event planner: Raven Luxury Events Inc. | florals: Henna Florist | cakes: Dolledup Cupcakes & Sugar Suite Cakes | invitations: Castlefield Design | makeup: Makeup by Elisha | hair + jewelery: Alist Beauty | linens + tabletop accessories: Have A Seat | furniture rentals: Detailz Couture Event Rentals | suit: Topshop | wedding ring: Michael Hill | Models: Rebecca Bond & Stephen Tracey | venue: Mahraz Cottage, Nobleton, ON