Deep Cove Winery Wedding...where colour is beautiful and out-of-the-box thinking creates a magical wedding inspiration palette. A wine cellar draped in burnt orange/yellow flowers and fabric in one of the most original wedding ceremony backdrops we have ever seen.
Weddings and elopements can be non-traditional in that they present to the world a couple’s personalities. This shoot even makes a clay pig look beautiful! The mood is enhanced by using only candlelight from myriads of pillar and tall candles lined along the aisle. Afterward, the bridal couple goes into the light amidst lush floral and a guitar.
The bridal style is just as unique as the rest of this palette. The groom is wearing a grey suit, white shirt, and patterned suspenders/bow tie. The bride is magical in a flowing gown (the grey skirt boasts an impressive slit up the front) with a white ballerina bodice. The bride’s bouquet is a bold mix of burnt yellow and orange blooms. The candlelit shadows reflect the artistic look across the walls of the wine cellar and bring the eye right onto the couple themselves. Which is the point! Micro weddings and elopements are allowing couples to marry in spaces never thought of before and allowing for more artistic freedom.
The cream cake sitting on a glass plate stand boasts a more colourful floral design and is surrounded by lanterns and candlesticks. The dried grasses are a way to add a tiny bit of trend and complement the theme perfectly. We really love this Deep Cove Winery Wedding for the wonderful creativity and imaginative west coast feel.
PHOTOS: Dayla Weiss Photo | PLANNER/DÉCOR: Eva of Beauty Bride | HAIR: Dayla Weiss | GOWN: She Wore Flowers | JEWELRY: By Lacey Janette | MENSWEAR: Outlooks for Men | MUA: Alexandra Loughton | FLORAL: Jennings Florists | CAKE: Cake by Taryn | SIGN/PAPERY: Love Letters Co. | MODELS: David + Hailey