This garden-inspired South Asian bridal shoots dares to be boldly different from all things usually associated with South Asian weddings. Soft pastel colours, against garden like moss juxtaposed against soft touches of gold set the tone. The glamour is in the intricate details versus the usual bright colours and grandeur.
From hand-sewn layered flowers in the first gown to the leaf beaded embroidery on the second gown, there are subtle nods to the theme throughout. Hand made resin name cards on the reception table, with a floral design adds a nice touch. Vintage tableware combined with modern flatware and unique floral design keeps this styled shoot elegant and contemporary. Minimal jewelry has been used versus traditional south Asian jewelry and headpieces. Very special detail has been paid to keep the makeup fresh and skin like for a discerning bride that wants to look like herself on her big day.
Handmade rings are from a local Toronto gold smith. This is a complete team of female-led vendors who want to provide a fresh and new perspective to south Asian bridal themes and event design.
–Nicole Sharma, INXVII Events
Concept & floral design: Lena’s Floral Designs
Planning & Coordination: INXVIII Events
Photography: Lula King Photo & Film
Venue: The Glasshouse Studios
Luxury bridalwear: INXVIII Fashion Inc.
Wedding bands & rings: Liane Vaz Designs
Luxury fine china, tableware, furniture & gold gates: Roselle & Co
Cake: Decadent Delights by Ashley
Resin placecards: Carli D Collective
Makeup: Soniya’s Makeup Artistry
Hair: KKD Beauty
Lashes: Soniya’s Cosmetics
Model: Liv Grewal
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