" We wanted something romantic, dramatic, and rich in colour and texture. Our goal was to break the traditional ideals of wedding style and colour palettes. "
by Red Button Photography
As a collective, we wanted to create a luxury inspired photo shoot; One that would reflect our personal and unique style, as wedding vendors. We wanted something romantic, dramatic, and rich in colour and texture. Our goal was to break the traditional ideals of wedding style and colour palettes.
Amelia ball-gown by Farage Paris
We found our perfect venue and worked to create a style that would complement the intricate detail of the space. Our goal was to break the traditional ideas of wedding style and colour, and show brides how beautiful a wedding can be, when you think outside of traditional colour palettes and design.
Originally built as a Department store in 1907 with an addition in 1910, the Burroughes is continually defining Queen Street West as the tallest building on this trendy stretch. The Burroughes was not always known as such. Only until recently, once Queen Street Partners purchased and repositioned the property, did the name emerge. After much thoughtful research and consideration did what we celebrate today become a recognized brand.
The elegant black, white and gold wedding invitation by Primarily Paper (Waterloo)
Cake Designer: Every Occasion Cakes
Tuxedo and Mens' Attire: Joseph's Clothiers, London ON