Aztec Inspired Wedding Shoot by Genevieve Renee Photographie January 28 2016

We’re always eager to work with local businesses to create beautiful collaborations. Is there a better way to showcase the heart and soul of all the creatives in our city? We don’t think so!

This Aztec Inspired Wedding Shoot with photography by Genevieve Renee, styling by J'Adore Décor and mismatched bridesmaid dresses from Adorn achieves all our wishes and dreams of creating a magically pretty local is lovely partnership. 

See the original post on Joy-Wed blog!

Aztec Wedding Inspiration | Genevieve Renee Photographie | J'Adore Decor | Joy Wed blog

From Jennalee + Jamie of J'Adore Décor: It has an out-of-the-box appeal, it's playful, and provides inspiration to brides looking for their wedding theme to stand out. With a focus on an Aztec Wanderlust concept, there is still an underlying tone of modernized romance, without fully crossing over into the "boho" trend. 

The inspiration behind the editorial was drawn from nature, the colours of autumn and the ever growing trend of tapestry art. We wanted to keep the concept focused around the bride and her bond with her bridesmaids, as well as keeping the freeing definition of wanderlust in touch with their surroundings. The goal was to keep the environment fun, free and colourful - while incorporating the raw beauty of Mother Nature. 

We steered away from ones traditional concept of a wedding, and put a lot of focus on mismatched elements, which is evident in everything from the bridesmaids dresses, to the furniture and decor that is used. The vision for the cocktail setting was to have a guest friendly space that was comfortable and interactive. The Caesar bar was designed to urge the attending guests to DIY their drinks to enjoy in the outdoor furniture lounge. 

The idea behind this editorial was to continue our love of providing future brides & grooms new, fun & different concepts for planning their wedding day. We feel this shoot  holds true to who we are as event planners and demonstrates that weddings don't always need to be "ordinary".