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Micro Wedding Magic - A Styled Shoot

Last year, at the height of the pandemic, we were asked to participate in a series of styled shoots as floral designers (by way of Envision Floral Studio) and since we were basically not doing anything else, we figured why not?

Right around that time, we were also experiencing a lot of social chaos. There was the Black Lives Matter movement that was rising all over North America after the death of George Floyd. There were riots still happening in Hong Kong. There were murder hornets. And then, of course, we were still navigating the ins and outs of lockdown and quarantine, including the wedding industry. In the history of planning weddings, the newly coined term "micro weddings" was even new to me.

In these photos, we were able to show what was possible and present ideas within this new concept of the small wedding. As someone who has planned weddings with an average guest count of 150 and up, it was a lot of fun being a part of something that was small and intimate.

Also, this marked the beginning of our signature "statement bouquet" - a larger-than-life, big bloom, big impact bouquet that is bound to make guests go "holy moly!". We've since made lots of them for actual brides and we LOVE making them.

This shoot was featured in Munaluchi Bride, Today's Bride, and even Global News shortly after - icing on the cake!

Thanks to Danielle Andrews, the mastermind behind this shoot, for asking us to participate. We had a blast.

Vendor Team:

Venue: The Alderlea

Photographer and Videographer: Poetic Stone Studios

Creative Director and Planner: Danielle from WPIC Inc. and The Wedding Planners

Officiant: Danielle from My Wedding Officiant

Stationery: RSVP by Whim

Masks: Sew Ethereal

Models: Syreta Finnigan, Motaniel Ngina, Cassandra Worrell, and Garrick the DJ


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