We’ve got a colorful, California-dreamy treat for you guys today! First up, this spunky + bright Palm Springs styled shoot from the creative minds at Love by Lynzie Events + Design. And later today…are you a wedding artist and wondering how to put together your own styled shoot? Or maybe you’re just curious about what really happens behind the scenes when a bunch of vendors come together? We’re thrilled to have Lynzie herself on GWS to give us an exclusive look at how this shoot came together – plus a few tips you’ll definitely want to Pin for later.
That’s coming up next! But for now, let’s get inspired for summer, shall we?!
Here’s how Lynzie and team approached the day: A small group of Toronto event vendors dreamed of flying to Palm Springs to shoot in the dessert and with flora and fauna that is totally unavailable to us here in the Great White North. We were dying for cacti, palm trees, sweeping dusty landscapes and that perfect California Sun. We teamed up with some local vendors to create our version of colourful magic. We were extremely inspired by the local, vibrant bougainvillea and knew we wanted it to play a big role in the shoot. We were also looking for a new alternative to macrame and decided that a fresh take on wooden beaded curtains were a must. Our bride needed to be bohemian and soft, yet daring enough to rock a bouquet filled with saturated hues and edgy jewels.
Braedon Flynn was on hand to capture all the pretty, pretty details! Let’s have a look:
Pigment and Parchment created the super-fun invitation suite to set the tone for the day! Already loving the hand-painted bougainvillea and breezy tones!
Doesn’t this bouquet just look like a party?! Revel Petals pulled out all the stops with the summery floral designs!
The next generation of macrame? We say YES! This beaded background is the epitome of simplicity meets STATEMENT.
We also love this look for an outdoor brunch or bridal garden shower!
Loving the tassels incorporated everywhere: bouquets, jewelry, and little details throughout.
Talk about pulling it all together! This masterpiece is designed by cake artist, Nadia and Co.
Let’s talk about her dreamy look for a second! Toronto boutique, Ferre Sposa, provided the lovely gowns for the day which were styled by Jennifer Dang. Her fresh look was created by make up artist, Sarah Smith.
Lynzie told us: My favourite thing about the shoot was how we brought together a like minded team from different corners of North America. We melded our styles seamlessly and worked together to create a portfolio piece that could attract local brides for our Cali vendors, and expand the minds of our local brides up here in Canada.
And be sure to check out this gorgeous film by Wild and Free Films.
So creative and fun! Stay tuned to catch the behind the scenes from this shoot later today!
photography: Braedon Flynn // venue name: Casa De Monte Vista, Palm Springs, California, USA // event design: Lynzie Kent for Love by Lynzie Events + Design // planning: Jess Forstner for Love by Lynzie Events + Design // florals: Revel Petals // wedding dress boutique: Ferre Sposa // hairpiece: The Loved One // makeup artist: Sarah Smith // videography: Wild and Free Films // paper goods: Pigment and Parchment // handmade details: Jesi Haack Design // cake: Nadia and Co // tabletop rentals: Archive Rentals // furniture rentals: Archive Rentals // linen rentals: La Tavola Linen // models: Megan Cameron // fashion stylist: Jennifer Dang