A soft and airy, rustic romantic wedding at Airship 37.
One of my favourite wedding venues in Toronto is Airship 37. It’s impossible to be bored when designing weddings for this space as the possibilities are endless!
For bride Kerry, it was important to create a soft, romantic aesthetic to balance the industrial feel of the venue. She wanted to drape the ceiling, but knowing it would be a huge expense, I encouraged her to rethink the idea. Together we brainstormed how we could draw the eye down to the tables rather than up towards the ceiling. By creating a focal point in the centre of the room above the head table, we tricked the eye into focusing on that rather than the industrial lighting of which she wasn’t fond. We layered warms shades of taupes, blush and cafe browns over top of various shades and textures of white.
We kept things simple and focused our attention on doing the most important things really well. This saved a bunch of money while still creating the soft and airy rustic romantic wedding aesthetic.
The ceremony altar we built with Ashley Elaine Florals was one of the prettiest we have done so far! Simple copper piping draped with fabrics of varying textures and a lush floral accent was just enough to soften the barn board wall. We added candles in varying heights behind it to pull the eye right to the centre of the altar.
Megan Laura Photography was on hand to capture all the beauty. They are some of my favourite photos to date. For the rest of the team scroll down!
Photography // Megan Laura Photography.
Planning and Design // Laura Olsen Events.
Florals // Ashley Elaine Florals.
Hair and Makeup // Jen Evoy Hair and Makeup.
Venue // Airship37.
Day-of Stationery // Paula Lee Calligraphy.
Invitation Suite // Minted.
Officiant // Enduring Promises, Ron Shantz.