This vintage-inspired Saskatchewan wedding features vintage styling with boho chic accents, and neutral hues of toffee and rust that pair beautifully with the more earthy olive tones found in the florals and foliage. Even the images from Photography By Taiya showcase a vintage-inspired film aesthetic! The recent photography trends of blurred images and black and whites can easily be spotted throughout this entire elegant and timeless wedding day.
From the Photographer:
The ceremony space, Local Market YQR in Regina Saskatchewan, invites the light to pour in throughout the day. The bright and airy space allows for a variety of ceremony design options, and we love how this couple chose to incorporate dried florals on this uniquely vintage metal arch style.
We love the incorporation of blurred images and black and white photography for this vintage-inspired Regina wedding. The motion blur photography trend has really taken off this past year and we love how it can really bring an image to life, making us feel like we’re in the moment and focusing on the emotion rather than the details. This film-like aesthetic and use of on-camera flash really takes this vintage vibe to another level (and we can’t get enough of it!).
Bride Alyssa, switched up her styles with two ruffled bridal gowns. Not only did the bride design her gowns, but she also got them from the Philippines. They perfectly accented her style and love of vintage.
What better way to end the night than a sparkling sendoff surrounded by family and friends!