The shoot was loosely titled ~ ‘Vintage Vogue’ From the simple nature of what the two day shoot became. Recently published in ‘Ottawa Wedding Magazine’
VOGUE, speaks of the fashion element of the shoot with the use of the luxury dress’s from Ashton Station Bridal, featuring Toronto designer, Rita Vinieris. We had five models, one central location, the backdrops were all very rustic and or worn buildings so the dresses would stand out as finished beauty, polished gem per-say. Vintage is a reflection of the props chosen, dresses featured etc… the images really speak for themselves.
We were a group of talented wedding professionals in the local market place ~ from photography / styling – hair & makeup / set production / dress designer, props & models. The vibe that was going around during the shoot was ‘Ottawa’s best kept rural secret’ as the majority of us are located either in the west end of Ottawa or the Ottawa valley.
the TALENT to pull it all together:
PHOTOGRAPHY: Annemarie Gruden, Annemarie Gruden photography
MAKEUP: April Bradford, Beauty by April Bradford
HAIR: Nicole Beima, director of hair at Mahogany salon
DRESS COLLECTION: Ashton Station Bridal
DRESS DESIGNER: Rita Vinieris, based out of Toronto, her lines are RIVINI and ALYNE bridal collections, as seen in ‘Kleinfields’ & ‘Say Yes to Dress’
SET PRODUCTION: Nicole Ouelette, Wedding Junction
• The Sugar Post, Vintage photo props
• Terry Irish, 1934 Ford Phaeton
Carleton Place, the old mill and surrounding outdoor areas
Thanks to: James Maculasik for the use of the Mill.