It was just ever so nice the other morning to wake up to an email asking if my photo could be used in Today's Bride. It was even more exciting to see it was from a session from a little ways back and it is still receiving so much love. This brings me to today's blog about making your wedding timeless. Many might think that in order to make a wedding timeless it cannot be a time piece or a certain theme which is clearly not the case. I do think it's important to spot the mullets of our time but also not be afraid to make you wedding have a voice or showcase something that resonates with you. Every detail should be taken into account and that is why it is so important to work with your photographer and planner in regards to lighting and seasons and timelines but that's for another time and another blog.If you like what you see from a session like this one it is important to note that all attention to every detail was made from a session like this. I think when your expectations fall short it is from letting this slide. Planning a wedding is a lot of work and it's easy to think certain things won't matter but it isn't the case. You can be left with things you might not have considered like vacant spaces on table settings, clutter in areas that would have been perfect settings and the list goes on and on.
I utterly love how everything came together in this session. Inn on the Twenty in Jordan, Ontario provided the perfect backdrop for a style like Gatsby. I love a vintage styled venue like this one that lends itself so well to so many specific wedding themes. With lace dresses and edgy slicked hairdos, Glitzy stylish hair jewels and red lips. Here is the link to out publication and also a few of my personal favourites from the day.