Dominike-Arielle and Laurent had to postpone their wedding day not once, but twice! In 2019, the surprise arrival of their first child had them pushing their dream day to 2020, but then, Covid-19 came and turned things upside down. Their disappointment was crushing. That’s when their photographer came in to treat them to something extra special. With the help of planners and designers, Foudamour, they created a nature inspired wedding shoot based on the mood of the far North. Then, a few days before the shoot, D-A and L asked their vendor team if they could actually make things official with a real wedding ceremony!
The team inspired by “Boreal minimalism”, a homage to the rugged terrain of the region, located in Northern Quebec. They loved the contrasts evoked by the rigidity of the stone and the fluidity of the water, between straight lines and curves, between shadow and light, between the minimalist decor and wild floral arrangements. White Willow Paper Co. designed the beautiful wedding invitation suite in a palette of warm neutrals. It was important to the vendor team that a theme of straight and curved lines be present throughout the decor, and you can see that here in these gorgeous papergoods! Atelier Carmel combined blooms from the local flower farm, Fleurs La Garance, with wild grasses they gathered from the property to create this moody and inspiring circle arch. The nature-inspired, wildflower look continued to the tablescapes. Neutral and earthy tabletop rentals from Tenue de soirée, wooden furniture pieces from Groupe ABP, and handmade ceramics by Looks Like White all added to the minimalist aesthetic. The vendors thought of every detail, including the adorable and beautiful hand-painted Lecavalier Petrone chocolate favors. Take a look at the beautiful wedding below!