Welcome to part 2 of the beautiful Moroccan inspired elopement session that was part of the Sage & Dust workshop this past June out at the Wolf Willow Winery, south of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan right on the banks of the river. If you missed the first part (the reception feast and couples session on the beach) you can check it out here.
The second part of the session was the sunset ceremony up on the banks of the Saskatchewan river and Hawthorn Floral Atelier created a stunning circular backdrop that was straight out of a bridal magazine!! They were inspired by the prairie desert and used dried palm leaves and pampas grass with just a few pops of Moroccan warmth in the flowers! It was beautiful and was the perfect touch for the golden hour ceremony.
The bride swapped her reception jumpsuit for a silver sequin A line gown, with a fitted V neck bodice and illusion sides. This beautiful dress was created by the talented Claire La Faye.
Paper Ocelot made the most beautiful his and her vow books. The delicate hand written vows made for the perfect touch for the ceremony and is an amazing keepsake for the years afterwards!
We ended the evening with some beautiful photos at dusk! It was the perfect end to this amazingly beautiful styled elopement! Claire and Stacie, thank you for all your work putting this (and all the others) together! You two are so very talented and creative!!
Side note, did you know I offer elopement sessions!?! I do! I would love to go on an adventure with you and capture your first moments as husband and wife in a very relaxed atmosphere! If you are considering an elopement I would love to be considered! Jump on over to the contact page and send me a message!
So I hope you enjoy these few (ok, ok, many!) photos from the this Moroccan inspired sunset elopement!
Don’t forget to check out the Moroccan inspired elopement reception post here.