This elopement, at the secluded edge of Big Horn Lookout, combines unique & eclectic styling, moroccan florals, and east-Indian influences. Banff Elopement Photographers Virginia and Evan captured this intimate Alberta elopement inspiration among the expansive rolling foothills. Designed by Brontë Bride, this styled elopement mixes Moroccan accents with Alberta’s bold landscape. It’s the ideal blueprint if your dream elopement aesthetic includes an autumnal palette, breathtaking views and a soaring sunset!
From the Florist
Whatever your dream for your wedding day is, do it your way! Elopements are becoming more and more popular, and we love how some couples are opting for an intimate yet beautiful day in the mountains over a large traditional wedding.
The earthy palette of Pine For Cedar’s dried florals contrasted with the steel blue accents to create an intimate tablescape for eight, filled
with hues of rich burgundy, steel blue and gold. Handlettered names on deckled-edge place cards by Debbie Wong Design brought a feminine and organic feel the earthy set up.
Creative Direction: Brontë Bride // Styling: Rebekah Brontë Designs // Photography: Virginia and Evan // Florals: Pine For Cedar // Hair & Makeup: Bare Beauty // Dress: Cameo and Cufflinks // Jewelry: Joanna Bisley Designs // Ring: Evorden // Stationery: Debbie Wong Design
Loved how this shoot turned out! Virginia and Evan are wizards capturing that sunset and landscape OMG!