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Romantic florals in an unexpected ocher and bubblegum pink combo take center stage in this inspiration shoot set at the industrial Cotton Factory in Ontario. With creative direction by Lindsay Plank Events, the aesthetic is inspired by sculptural and delicate ikebana Japanese-inspired florals by La Petite Fleur, handmade artisan goods, a fresh take on raw crystals, chiffon with pops of pink and traditional garden roses creating a wedding story that’s functional, and sophisticated. Stand out details include the gold and marble cake with delicate sugar flowers by Pearls & Spice, orchids in the bouquet and a sculptural centerpiece. The team enlisted the skills of Jennifer Xu to style and photograph the stunning editorial and the images are all here for your perusal.

Photography & Styling: Jennifer Xu // Planning & Creative Direction: Lindsay Plank Events // Floral Design: La Petite Fleur // Calligraphy & Stationery Suite: Flourish & Quill Paper Co. // Venue: Cotton Factory // Dress 1: Carol Hannah // Dress 2: Elizabeth Dye // Dresses: Sash & Bustle // Hair & Makeup: Paje Honor // Bridal Accessories: The Loved One // Cake & Sweet Treats: Pearls & Spice // Tabletop Decor: The Perfect Table// Wedding Rings: Carey Pearson Designs // Furniture Rentals & Styling: Tufts & Toile // Raw Crystals: Atlas Trove // Shoes: Jimmy Choo // Bridal Robe: Sarah of By CATALFO // Model: Melody from Plutino // Venue Consultant: Venue Counsellor, Laura Beck