LOVING OFF THE LAND - Winter Wedding Inspiration

The morning of a fresh snowfall, a small team of creatives strapped on snowshoes and ventured into the wilderness. A quiet blanket of white snow is the perfect backdrop to an intimate, romantic affair, and yet so few people consider winter for their wedding.

"We want to provide couples with ideas and visual inspiration for creating an intimate, beautiful winter wedding.”

Our story is of a young couple living off the land in a remote, off-the-grid cabin in a beautiful forest. Their life has been built together in the woods around them, and they decide their intimate wedding shouldn't be any different. The snowy woods are the perfect backdrop for private vows and a romantic meal featuring local food and spirits. They stay warm wrapped in vintage blankets, before retiring to their small cabin.

This shoot features jewelry and attire from a variety of small scale, artisanal vendors, both vintage and new. The styling, decor, catering and location are all accessible, real wedding vendors who can help couples create a winter wonderland of their very own!

Deepest thanks to our models, real-life couple Rebecca and Jill, whose warm glow belies the freezing temperatures:)

We are thrilled to have this shoot featured by Love Inc. Magazine

See below for full list and contact for all our amazing vendors

 

Floral arrangements by The Flower Shop  Decor and styling by Make Merry Events

That gorgeous cake? Dairy free AND gluten free! Thanks, Conscious Catering:)

Charcuterie and food styling by Frederic Tandy of Ratinaud French Cuisine Handmade bowtie by East of Ordinary

This beautiful silk vintage piece provided by Penelope's Boutique Hand-stamped clay romance by Harbourside Designs Nova Scotia spirits by Lunenburg's Ironworks Distillery 

Floral headpiece by Oh Dina! Peekaboo studs by Tori XO

Fox ring and snake bracelets by Angela Grace Jewelry
Silver bangles by Tori XO

Photographer: Lindsay Duncan of Eldie Photography

Art Direction: Lindsay Duncan/Rebecca Taussig of The Stronghouse

Vintage silk dress & fur stole: Penelope’s Boutique

Vintage wool cape: Fancy Lucky Vintage

Headpiece: Oh Dina! Millinery

Suit: Shirt, Pretty Things; Pants, Dagg & Stacey

Bowtie: East of Ordinary

Jewelry: Provided by The Stronghouse

Hair/Makeup: Sasha Taylor

Food styling and charcuterie: Frederic Tandy, Ratinaud French Cuisine

Cake and dips: Conscious Catering 

Spirits: Ironworks Distillery

Floral design: The Flower Shop

Décor/Set design: Make Merry Events

Stamped clay hearts: Harbourside Designs

 

Venue: Windhorse Farms


Comments

Luxury Flats Lady(non-registered)
Oh wow, this reminds me so much of Narnia!
Fotograf Nunta Brasov(non-registered)
Its absolutely a entertaining article. I am agree with you if you have creative mind you can make something extra-ordinary from ordinary. All theat matters is your creativity, the rest is limitless.
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