green wedding shoes / by Brittany Mahood

academy florists

academy florists

This editorial came from a creative space of craving a different perspective on jewel tones and florals. While I love the soft and neutral colors that have been so popular the past couple of seasons, Jaclyn of The Glamour Effect and I wondered what was next. What comes after the beautiful watercolor inspired designs? So we envisioned a moodier scene of darker florals, bolder statement pieces while still being shot in a luminous setting…

The shawl the bride is wearing was used as the statement piece that served as the inspiration for the rest of the details. Having one detail that means something to the couple or captures the mood they want for their wedding makes the decor process so much easier, they can then hold every other detail in the wedding up to that.

This editorial was recently featured on the creative wedding blog, Green Wedding Shoes.

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moody wedding inspiration-2-2

the glamour effect

the glamour effect

academy florists

academy florists

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moody wedding inspiration-3-2

laugh love cakes

laugh love cakes

academy florists

academy florists

makeup expressions by rimpal

makeup expressions by rimpal

academy florists

academy florists

brittany mahood

brittany mahood

winnipeg winter inspiration

winnipeg winter inspiration

academy florists

academy florists

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moody wedding inspiration-6

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moody wedding inspiration-64

the glamour effect

the glamour effect

the glamour effect

the glamour effect

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winnipeg winter wedding-1-2

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winnipeg winter wedding-4

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winnipeg winter wedding-5

planning + styling: Jaclyn of The Glamour Effect //  photography + styling: Brittany Mahood Photography // florals: Academy Florists // hair: Karen at Vanhoft Hair // makeup: Makeup Expressions by Rimpal // cake: Kayla of Laugh Love Cakes // ring: Mokada Jewelry // film scanned + processed by Richard Photo Lab