wedding design Tag



We are crushing hard on clean neutral pallets this winter and this minimalist, winter wedding incorporates these tones with a fine art twist! Its important to offset the coolness of the neutral tones with warm elements like earthy ceramics, warmer fabrics in napkins or ceremony blankets, and of course lighting will warm this pallet as your event changes from day to night, clean to cozy. As usual, we’ve pasted linnks to where we found each photo below – enjoy!


  1. These marble escort cards, found on Alicia Keats, are adorned with crystals and the perfect winter wedding detail. The icy palette of natural elements is such a great way to stick with a winter theme but keep it bright and modern. Mixing cool elements with warm ones is what winter is all about!

  3. This simple and raw hanging floral piece, found on Green Wedding Shoes, adds a fine art element and  pop of colour to the neutral pallet.  Maintaining an understated and clean look with florals will keep your look modern.

  5. Who says minimalist can’t be fun and playful!  We didn’t select this Kaviar Gauche dress because it was “wintery”, it is, however, simple, modern and covered in BUTTERFLIES!  You can create that high fashion, editorial look with almost any dress by accessorizing right, or in this case, not accessorizing!   Natural un-styled hair, very light luminous makeup and little to no jewelry (except that ring of course!)

  7. Using earthy, organic looking ceramics like these for your table setting are a great way to keep your look modern but add warmth with the natural looking plates and bowls, and these ones are to die for!

  9. CANDLES!!! Warm, lovely, cozy candles – lots and lots of them to take that cooler  neutral palette and sprinkle the warm and fuzzies all over it!


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We are thrilled to share our first DREAMY shoot, a desert boho wedding, styled and designed by yours truly!  Of course we couldn’t have done it without the collaboration of such a stellar and creative vendor team – check out the list of vendors below to learn about some of the exceptional talent we have in the Okanagan.  The venue, La Punta Norte Guest Inn, was the perfect backdrop for this shoot.  With miles of sagebrush and breathtaking lake views paired with a perfectly cloudy Okanagan fall day, this location delivered exactly what we were looking for in all its Dreamy-ness.


Taking inspiration from the landscape, we incorporated a spiritual side of the desert with warm earth tones of brown and burnt orange and paired them with raw crystals of amethyst and fluorite. The vast amount of sagebrush surrounding the shoot acted as an incense wafting its sweet aroma throughout, so naturally we took a few shots of the model burning sage against the stunning backdrop of the lake – how could we not! The 70’s also have a place in this shoot, in true boho wedding fashion, by incorporating vintage finds like the ceramic plates, colour pallete and wardrobe. Fun fact:  The blue hippie dress so elegantly worn by our model was actually worn as a wedding dress in the 70’s in a legit hippie wedding!


This shoot was magic to be a part of and its earthy romantic vibe came directly from our hearts. We are always inspired to curate wildly romantic spaces, and look forward to the next opportunity to do just that.  We hope you enjoy!


Styling + Design: Dreamy Wedding & Event Planning

Photography: Photography by Zandbeek

Bouquet & Floral Cuff: Passionate Blooms Floral Co.

MUA: OMG Okanagan Makeup Goddess

Stationary: Wolf + Wander Calligraphy

Venue: La Punta Norte Guest Inn

Model: Chelsea Goshulak


Oh, Autumn you Goddess! It’s time to embrace the changing colours, smells and flavours that make the disappearance of summer a little easier to take.  Mixing vivid jewel tones like emerald green, ruby red and sapphire blue with metallic elements isn’t a new trend, but it’s a gorgeous one and the perfect palette for a fall wedding; timeless, elegant and a little on the dark and cozy side.


  1. Setting the tone  of an event from the start with  theme consistent stationary is always a fabulous idea!  Selecting paper and envelopes in the colour palette of the event and detailing with gold or copper foil is a classy look that stays true to your décor. This stationary from Heart of Opal does just that!

  3. We LOVE this floral arrangement! It was designed for an Elegant Barn Wedding combining multi jewel-toned florals with brass canteens like this brass tea pot.  Using brass and copper objects like vases, candlesticks and unique trinkets  to your centerpieces can add a bit of old world charm and decadence to your aesthetic. 

  5. Next we explore two of my favourite trends; watercolours and geode cakes!!  This stunning, tiered geode cake layers drippy, translucent jewel toned watercolours that makes for a very romantic fine art look.  The pairing of the water colours with the Art Deco structure of the geometric shapes in the metallic copper is breathtaking.  This doesn’t just add wow factor – it adds holy #$@%!! factor.

  7. Furniture is another area where jewel tones and metallic combinations can shine.  These sapphire blue antique chairs combined with the industrial gold café chairs are the highlight of this table rather than a background element. The rich combinations of colour and texture in the chairs is juxtaposed with the industrial setting of the old brick warehouse and truly makes this look stand out.

  9. For a bohemian take on the trend, this table is adorned with mismatched, bowls, plates, chargers  and  glassware creating a relaxed and eclectic look.  The rustic table and brass candlesticks make this look extra boho chic.  Add a few  wool Mexican blankets for seating and you have yourself a party!


So…. what’s your favourite image and why?  I think  I will have to go with number 4 because those blue antique chairs are to die for!!