White + green – so clean, classic + bridal! Photographed by Frances Beatty Photography This city wedding was held at 99 Sudbury – a one of a kind loft space in the heart of Queen Street West.Continue Reading
Couples can plan their heart out when it comes to their wedding day. Down to every 15 minute interval – but you know what?! Life is unpredictable as heck! Much like who we fall in love with. You just gotta roll with it – And for this couple, that’s exactly what they did! (Spoiler alert: the groom was injured on their wedding day)
On February 17, 2018 – Steph + Conor weren’t going to let a little accident stand in the way of proclaiming their love for one another. A few weeks shy of their wedding date, the groom became injured while playing basketball – which resulted in a boot-like cast, crutches and at times, even a wheel chair. Shot by talented Tamara Lockwood, Steph + Conor’s small, intimate wedding had a big, adorable story!
As a wedding florist, you get the chance to build the magical day so many little girls and boys dreamt about… Their wedding day!
If you’re like me – you’ve had the lucky opportunity of getting picked as wedding florist + bridesmaid on the same wedding. Not once, but twice has this happened in my career. It’s amazing, stressful and so so so heartwarming! But since, we’re just a few days shy of an anniversary – I’ll chat about my oldest gal pal’s wedding day at Hart House (October 2017).
Meet the Mr & Mrs! Aren’t they so adorably in love?! Talk about a match made in heaven!
Even as a wedding florist, weddings make me emotional! Often at set ups, while our couples are in the midst of their ceremony, the THORN crew are hiding out in the near by shadows. I have my crew to back me up in this – I am watching overwhelmed with emotion. I’m diligently listening to every word exchanged, every vow, and of course, that roar of applause by the guests as couples takes their first kiss as husband and wife. Every damn time, there’s tears of joy streaming down my face.
Months and months of wedding planning, quote revisions, hand selecting each and every floral stem, pre-wedding site visits, all the meetings, e-mails and phone calls – they all came down to create this absolutely perfect and special moment for two people unconditionally in love. As their florist, getting to witness that moment of our client (even from the sidelines) is completely overwhelming. Working on weddings just warms my heart!!
Shot by the talented Drew Austin, this wedding trailer is seriously good! I just adore the song selected for this! Harvest Moon by Neil Young. YASSS – Dalia, you’re such a lovely, badass, bride babe! Muah!
VIDEOGRAPHER: Drew Austin, The Lovers Club Films
VENUE: Toronto Event Centre
THORN connected with Olivia of Liv Chic Events when working together at Drysdale Tree Farms last wedding season. I was delighted when her invitation made its way into our inbox, because I love creative collaborations with local vendors! And I especially love the winter rustic vibe of this styled shoot. The ever-so talented Emily (Emily Lauren Photographer) the nailed every detail!
Last month I blogged about our ‘Times Like These’ collaboration with a fun team of local vendors. The styled videography + photography shoot was held in the unique, industrial Jam Factory T.O. The theme around the shoot was this romantic couple embracing their first dance.
Click through to view the stunning photography shots by Gillian Foster Photography
The shoot also featured the ‘#TheJustMarriedJacket’ which originated in Toronto. If you haven’t heard about the travelling bridal leather jacket – click here
After shooting a gorgeous wedding together last season (2017) – the sweet, talented & world-travelled photographer: Emily Michelson – reached out to THORN floral to collaborate on this vineyard shoot. THORN said – Cheers!
This dreamy styled shoot took place on a vineyard located in St. Catharine’s, Ontario – once again Emily blew me away with her magic behind the lens!
Another throwback to pre-opening days! Photographer Tania Dee (Verveine Studios), asked THORN floral to join the team on this Enchanted Garden editorial shoot. Held during sunset at Colbourne Lodge, which is located in one of my favourite green spaces in the city – High Park, Toronto.
Did you know Toronto’s first Architect build Colbourne Lodge for him and his wife in 1836? Talk about romance! As a west-end Toronto girl, I was all over this dreamy shoot! Colborne lodge is now a historical museum, and holds small weddings and events during warmer months.
This shoot was published on : Champagne Sweets Wedding Blog