Autumn toned florals, casual chic elopement attire, and a boho canopy tent for two, makes this indoor elopement inspiration especially unique. Wedding Designer Rebekah Brontë Designs decided to bring the outdoors inside, opting for a nature-inspired feel for this fall wedding aesthetic. Large stones, boulders, and pieces of marble peeked through the florals and canopy blankets to ground all the elements within the venue.
Tin Roof Event Centre, a new wedding venue in Lacombe, was the perfect location for True to Hue‘s workshop earlier this year. Calyx Floral Design created the perfect statement arch piece for this intimate ceremony, with Red Deer photographer Ash Maclean Photography artfully capturing all the dreamy moments between this couple.
These free standing floral columns are such a great shape for this space, commanding attention in front of the venue‘s wall of windows, but still blending naturally into the ground. We love this arch style from Calyx Floral Design, as it often can be moved and repurposed for the reception afterwards, with a little planning and coordination beforehand.
Vendors: Ochre Workshop by True to Hue // Styling & Design: Rebekah Brontë Designs // Instructor/Photographer: Ash Maclean Photography // Venue: Tin Roof Event Centre // Floral Design: Calyx Floral Design // Hair & Makeup Artist: Bare Beauty // Bridal Gown: Park & Fifth Co // Jewelry: The Bobby Pin