What’s lovely, rich, romantic, modern, and timeless all at once? This shoot at Toronto’s Campbell House Museum!
If you haven’t been, the Campbell House was built in 1822, and its historic Georgian interior has been lovingly maintained. Gorgeous fixtures, elegant finishes, wood floors, sweeping staircases, and historic color—it’s all there. To that, photographer Rosewood Weddings and their team of wonderful wedding vendors brought a moody modernity that vibes so beautifully with the space and its history. Vintage crystal and lace mingle with deep red florals, a chocolate drip cake, and a spare simplicity, and then there’s our bride and groom. Partnered with a perfectly tailored suit, our Iris gown’s sleek shape and sheer bodice are what strawberries are to champagne.
See more of this editorial on Love Inc., where it’s also been featured.
Campbell House Museum Wedding Editorial Vendors
wedding dresses: Lea-Ann Belter Iris , separates via Catherine Langlois | photographer: Rosewood Wedding Photos | venue: Campbell House | florals: The Weekend Florist | calligraphy + invitations: Georgia Corestti | makeup + hair: Nicole Grittani Artistry | wedding cake: Happiness is Sweet | prop styling: Kristen Lim Tung | jewelry: Emily Gill Design | models: Kylie Biro + Alex Biro