Today’s blog post is the embodiment of romantic elegance sharing an intimate elopement with golden tones that are the most beautiful in late summer. Incorporated were locally grown blooms that were foraged the morning of the elopement, giving a authentic & uniqueness that stands out to make this celebration even more intimate feeling. Tender moments captured in such a delicate way reflecting soft beauty such as the film it was photographed on. Truly a beautiful feature!
“Where love has a will, there’s a way! This romantic, boho intimate elopement, featuring a real couple, was inspired by romance, the warm tones of late summer, and the intimacy that is found in a small ceremony or an elopement. We used this vision across all of the details – the dress, the decor, the accessories, the stationary, and the venue – and the florals rounded off this romantic elegance with backyard blooms complementing this intimate elopement inspiration.” – Ana Douglas Photography
“The morning began at the Carriage Studio where local HMUA, Celina, gave the bride a romantic updo with loose, trailing curls, and soft, natural makeup. A small gold and pearl hairpin topped off the effortless, boho look. In a sun-drenched room, we captured the tender moment as the final adjustments were made and the bride was zipped up in her effortlessly romantic gown adorned with a delicate lace overlay, billowy, sheer sleeves, and a dramatic V-neck bodice.
The bride met her groom, who donned a classic black tuxedo and bowtie, under a fairytale stone archway in a field nearby, with only whinnying horses in the neighboring paddock as witnesses. There, they exchanged their vows and declarations of love – tender moments that were all captured on film. The beaming couple then posed for their newlywed portraits just as the rays of the sun began to set on the horizon.” – Ana Douglas Photography
Ana Douglas Photography – “Akin to the warmth of the late summer sun, our color palette for this special day transitioned from caramels and peaches to deep plum. Locally grown and foraged that morning were cosmos, zinnias, and lacey yarrow that floated over the fullness of the garden roses. The bride’s bouquet had a heavy hit of David Austen – Juliet roses, tied with trailing hand-dyed silk ribbon.”
Photographer Ana Douglas / Venue Carriage Studio / Stylist / Planner / Designer Teryn Lee Photography / Floral Designer Ivy May Floral Design / Dress Boutique Lisa’s Bridal / Makeup Artist Celina Seib / Hair Stylist Celina Seib / Men\’s Formalwear Black & Lee / Rentals Camilia Supply / Accessories / Decor BHLDN / Film Lab Canadian Film Lab / Workshop Host Teryn Lee Photography / Stationary The AYLA View / Florist’s Farm Terra Flora Organics / Shoes Charles David Shoes