Today’s styled shoot, brought to us by Wendy of Asian Fusion Weddings is the perfect inspiration for a multicultural winter wedding! Here’s Wendy to tell us more:
Canadians are celebrating the 150th anniversary of Confederation and February 15 is National Flag of Canada Day. This is not only a powerfully symbol, it is a tremendously meaningful one in our Canadian identity. Canadian history may not be as long as other nations, but it is still certainly rich with much to celebrate.
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The West Coast is Canada’s gateway to the Asia-Pacific. It offers many forestry related goods such as lumber, newsprint and other paper products. British Columbia is also known for mining, fishing, fruit orchards and wine.
The colour scheme was inspired by the lumberjack red and black plaid. It was then paired with silver grey for The Rocky Mountains and mining industries. The various wood tones represent our vast forestry lands and the little hint of fur reminds us of our past fur trade days that were once a very significant industry for Canadians.
Like many of the creative partners on the team, my parents and grandparents were immigrants to Canada. Therefore I’ve grown up with the best of two worlds. I celebrate my East Asian cultural roots while being able to embrace the amazing one that Canada exemplifies.
I believe Canada’s most precious resources are its people besides its natural resources. Being diverse means that there’s a broad base of viewpoints to draw upon. Being open to creating dialogue ultimately means the potential to formulate new ideas and enhancing existing ones. This shoot is just one example of how diverse backgrounds can create something phenomenal when we work as an united team.
Here’s a video from Summerfield films from this gorgeous styled shoot:
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Wedding Planner: Asian Fusion Weddings
Photographer: Rhythm Photography
Cinematographer: Summerfield Films
Gown: Ferre Sposa
Accessories: The Loved One and TYTAN Ties
Shoes: Fluevog and Peter Feeney
Hair and Make-up: May Nguyen
Bridal Stylist: Hilary Cameron
Groom’s Attire: Garrison BespokeCatering: Hawley Crescent
Sweets: Shirley’s Sweet Creations
Stationery: Ferris Wheel Press
Linen Rentals: Have A Seat
Table Top & Chair Rentals: Event Rental Group
Vintage Rentals: Southern Charm Vintage Rentals
Female Models: Logan Burke of Velocci and Andrew Summerfield
Venue: Bob Rumball ManorCanadian Red and Black styled shoot from Asian Fusion Weddings