A very glamorous vintage inspiration shoot

Who’s up for some classic vintage inspiration? I’ll hand over to the very lovely Sylvia from Paul Nelson Images (who shot these beautiful pictures) to tell you all about this gorgeous shoot!

“Both Paul and I are huge fans of the time period between 1940-1960, so we were really excited about creating a theme that would suit that time period.  We got a really rare opportunity to use a white, convertible, vintage Riley.  Our plan originally involved a different set and location, but on the way there we found a private driveway situated in a magical looking forest.  The setting was just too perfect for the vintage feel and the vintage car to pass up.”

“The bride wore a stunning “Gwen” wedding dress by Magdalena Gmyr from her 2011 collection. You can see her creations in Martha Stewart Weddings along with other magazines and shows.  The jewelry was provided by a wedding accessories and jewelry designer Karolina Keeler.  Her exquisite collections are featured in Wedding Bells, WedLuxe magazines.  Her pieces are very high end, elegant, and timeless.  The bride also wore a vintage Blusher with rose jewel veil. This glamorous yet simple blusher veil was courtesy of another very talented Toronto based veil designer Sharon Chironda from Posh Veils.  Her veils are stunning and as the name suggests – posh. “

“The unbelievable floral creations were created by Lisa DeRose from DeRose Designs & Floral Boutique.   Lisa DeRose was kind enough to create  stunning bouquets and boutonnieres for us on very short notice.  They involved the feathers to match the “My Fair Lady” cake.”

“Ayoma Fonseka from Ayoma Cakes has devoted so much of her time that she didn’t really have, by staying up all night to create a true masterpiece of a wedding cake.  She created a “My Fair Lady” themed cake to match our elegant somewhat 50′s inspired theme.  Ayoma has been featured in many publications .  Sandra Fernandes from Small Impressions created stunning invitations and stationary to match the elegance of the theme and black and white colours of the cake.  She created a glass invitation that was simply gorgeous.   Her invitations are masterpieces and having her creations featured in multiple wedding publications is a testament to that. “

All images © Paul Nelson Images

















Photography: Paul Nelson Images

Photo shoot coordination and planning: Sylvia Nelson, Paul Nelson Images

Location: Halton County Redial Railway Museum

Wedding Gowns: Magdalena Gmyr

Groom’s attire: his own

Jewelery: Karolina Keeler

Veils: Posh Veils

Florist: DeRose Designs & Floral Boutique

Invitations: Small Impressions

Cakes: Ayoma Cakes

Makeup and Hair: Dynamic Images Professional Hair and Make-up

Day of Coordination:  Beyoutiful Beginnings, Susan Ramroop

Models: Monica Zahorka, Edwin MacIsaac

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